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Sydney Sports Medicine Centre is delighted to welcome Exercise Physiologist Malena Hall, to the practice.

Malena is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Sports Scientist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and has a strong passion in exercise prescription and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries including pre/post-operative care, and strength and conditioning.

Sydney Sports Medicine Centre are excited to announce the introduction of Shockwave Therapy.

Shockwave therapy helps with the physical repair and regeneration of musculoskeletal tissues by stimulating the repair of tendons and sometimes bones, while also improving blood supply to the affected area.

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.

Sydney Olympic Park Authority has extended the trial of the P3 car park shuttle bus service for a further six months, until 30 April 2019.

The car park shuttle will be available on business days every 15 minutes between 6.45 and 9.45am, and 3.30 and 6:30pm. It does not operate on weekends or public holidays.

SOPA would love to receive your feedback about the service and how much you utilise it. Send your thoughts to

City of Parramatta’s business programs and events support the City’s new and existing businesses, its entrepreneurs and its growing workforce.

With access to quality seminars and workshops by leading training organisations and industry professionals, their programs provide an introduction to important business development tools that make starting or growing a business easier.

On November 11, the Sydney Showground will turn green for the 2018 Magners Sydney Irish Festival and play host to live music, an array of roaming performers, bars, food outlets, comedy and Hurling clinics.

With something for everyone, there’s no better opportunity to embrace your green DNA, or simply adopt it for the weekend, and share a jig and a pint, and a heavy dose of Celtic pride, with your friends and family.

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.

Technology continues to change at an increasingly rapid rate.

Respected Sydney Olympic Park based IT company and Business Association Member, Chill IT, offers their insight on the 8 emerging IT trends happening right now.

Quest Apartments at Sydney Olympic Park is offering Business Association Members a very special rate with savings from $195 per night.

Valid for check-in from now until 30 June, 2019 with inclusions such as unlimited WIFI, complimentary shuttle service and more.

See flyer attached for full details and conditions.