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Statement by Peter Anderson, Chief Executive Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

For the first time, Australia’s key mental health providers have united with the NRL to launch a mental wellness campaign that will use the profile of the most watched series in Australian sport to help breakdown stereotypes and stigmas in relation to mental health.

ANZ Stadium will turn blue with a spectacular laser light show, Central Station is dressed in blue and the entire state of NSW is ready to get behind NSW coach Laurie Daley in the final countdown to Origin I in Sydney this Wednesday 5 June.

It’s a highlight on the ANZ Stadium calendar – the annual Members’ Dinner – and 2013 was no exception as a record 750 Members wined and dined in Stadium style next to sporting royalty on Wednesday 22 May.

The next two home games at Skoda Stadium, Sydney Showground pay tribute to famers and family fun.

GIANTS v Geelong – A Tribute to Farmers, Saturday 8 June, 1.40pm

Australia’s leading professional conference organisers recently indulged in an exceptional progressive dining and entertainment experience at Sydney Olympic Park, showcasing the Park as the ultimate location to host memorable conferences, functions and business events.

The now annual Laugh our Loud breakfast at ANZ Stadium to raise fruns for Special Olympics Australia just keeps getting better..and funnier!

Ita Buttrose was the guest speaker at the recent Mother and Daughter Inspirational Womens lunch at WatervieW in Bicentennial Park with 300 guests in attendance. This inaugural event leading up to Mothers Day raised raised funds for Special Olympics Australia.  

Celebrate one of Australia’s greatest sporting events of 2013 with Accor Hotels and The Brewery Sydney Olympic Park!

Be a part of all the action during the month of June at The Brewery for your chance to win a stack of amazing prizes.

The depths and heights of Sydney Olympic Park are in a constant state of change these days.

For several months, Australia Avenue boasted Sydney’s largest hole. It was 12 metres deep, 45 metres wide and 120 metres long . . . that’s bigger than a football field.

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