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The Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre will be transformed into a world-class indoor venue under plans for a $50.5 million upgrade of the facility announced in early January by the NSW Government.

The upgrade will involve the construction of canopy roof structures over Ken Rosewall Arena and Show Court 1, creating an all-weather high-performance venue for tennis, Super Netball and other indoor-court sports.

Ths is an update on the status of the Opal Towers building in Sydney Olympic Park.

The paramount concern for the developers and builders of Opal Towers is to ensure the interests and welfare of the residents as well as for Icon (the builder) to uncover the underlying issue which caused the cracking and have this resolved ASAP.

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Late afternoon on the 24 December, the Opal Towers residential building in Australia Avenue was evacuated as loud cracking noises were heard raising safety concerns for residents.

Bassam Aflak, Director, Ecove advised “the developers and builders are waiting on further information from the engineers however it is understood the issue is with a concrete panel.

The sound of bagpipes and drums will ring out across Western Sydney next year, with the NSW Government securing The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in an Australian exclusive.

Minister for Tourism and Major Events Adam Marshall was today joined by Minister for Veterans Affairs David Elliott, Brigadier David Allfrey and a chorus of bagpipers to announce that the famous Tattoo will take place next October at ANZ Stadium.

Sydney Olympic Park will become the home of cricket in NSW after the state government and Cricket NSW announced that a new $50 million high-performance Centre of Excellence will be built in the precinct at Wilson Park.

The government has committed $30 million towards the construction of the centre alongside the Parramatta River, to be funded from future property development projects within Sydney Olympic Park.

Following a Welcome to Country from Gadigal elder Uncle Allen Maddenn, a traditional smoking ceremony and dance performance by the Koomurri Aboriginal Dance Troupe, the official ground-breaking has taken place, hoardings are up and work is underway on Sydney Olympic Park's first standalone pub.

The new 1,380sqm, 4-level venue including an elegant rooftop bar with expansive views is being constructed by FDC Construction & Fitout and set to open in early Spring 2019.

This international event for wounded, injured and ill veteran and active service personnel, highlights the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation, generating a wider understanding of and respect for those who serve their country.

With her schedule of 9 shows, the longest run of shows ever for a solo artist at the Arena, P!NK has smashed the ticket sales record at Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena, with her Beautiful Trauma World Tour that wrapped up on Wednesday 19 September 2018.

Fans travelled far and wide to experience P!NK's Beautiful Trauma World Tour, who is notorious for raising a glass to getting the party started, and she certainly didn’t disappoint.

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