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Month: May 2020
29 May
2020

Pop Up Bottle Shop at Pullman Hotel

  • May 29, 2020
  • SOPBA

If you are in the area, come and check out the Pullman Hotel’s pop up bottle shop. Open daily from 9am – 4pm the shop is located in Bacar Restaurant and Bar. There are many excellent wines and beers on sale at great rates along with many spirit and fine liqueurs.

29 May
2020

Time to outsource your IT?

  • May 29, 2020
  • SOPBA

There are many reasons for outsourcing your company’s IT such as cost, complexity, capability. Cyber security alone requires constant attention from IT professionals. Have you considered how much time your employees are spending with tech issues, instead of focusing on their own jobs? Technology is constantly changing, and it takes a lot of time, effort..

28 May
2020

FastTracking the Future

  • May 28, 2020
  • SOPBA

FastTracking the Future is a school education program that provides syllabus aligned experiences for K-10 students. It aims to support students along the Sydney Metro alignment to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed citizens. They do this by providing teacher-developed learning activities that link to the Sydney Metro project; its..

28 May
2020

Record Numbers at Olympic Parklands During Pandemic

Sydney Olympic Park has recorded its largest month for visitors to the parklands in April since it began monitoring numbers in 2003 as people turn to walking and cycling during the COVID-19 pandemic. The record month occurred despite all park play areas, picnic tables and bbqs closed and witnessed more than 336,000 visits across the..

28 May
2020

New Small Business Commissioner for NSW

  • May 28, 2020
  • SOPBA

Minister for Finance and Small Business Damien Tudehope has announced the appointment of Chris Lamont as the new NSW Small Business Commissioner. Mr Lamont will lead the Office of the Small Business Commission, which is responsible for advocacy, strategic advice, free to low-cost mediation and support to small businesses across the state. Mr Tudehope said..

13 May
2020

14-year weed removal project in historic site comes to an end

The final stand of Lantana, a nationally recognised invasive weed species, will be removed this month from the Brickpit at Sydney Olympic Park as part of an ecological restoration project now in its 14th year. Over the period, more than 20,000 square metres of Lantana has been removed and in excess of 50,000 native plant seedlings..

04 May
2020

Message from the CEO May 2020

  • May 4, 2020
  • SOPBA

Coronavirus. COVID-19. These new words have become such a huge part of our lives in just over two months that a simple Google search for COVID-19 returns over 3 billion results. New phrases such as ‘social distancing’, ‘flattening the curve’ and ‘self-isolation’ are commonplace and never have we been told so much to wash our..

04 May
2020

Sydney Olympic Park Open Takeaways

  • May 4, 2020
  • SOPBA

During this difficult time for all retailers it is so important that we – businesses, residents and visitors – support our many food and beverage outlets to provide much needed income. Included below is a list of cafes and restaurants in Sydney Olympic Park that are open and doing takeaways. Oporto; McDonalds; Dominos; Subway; Organic..

04 May
2020

Sydney Olympic Park Authority lets a 25,637sqm site in Homebush West

  • May 4, 2020
  • SOPBA

Sydney Olympic Park Authority has let a 25,637sqm site in Homebush West for 99 years to local developers Trumen and Norman Property Partners. The site is located in Sydney’s “last mile” industrial precinct at 201 Parramatta Road, Homebush West, and directly opposite the Sydney Markets. Joint venture partners Trumen and Norman Property plan to start..

04 May
2020

Australians’ Concerns about COVID-19 Easing

  • May 4, 2020
  • SOPBA

Australians’ level of ‘extreme concern’ about COVID-19 has fallen to 47%, down 28% from its peak of 75% five weeks ago, but they still support a measured response that ensures a safe re-start for the economy. Newgate Research’s latest survey of 1569 Australians taken between Monday and Wednesday last week indicates Australians closely link getting..