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The Socceroos are on the home stretch – three matches remain on the road to qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil - including the crucial last-game blockbuster against Iraq at ANZ Stadium on Tuesday 18 June.

MONSTER Jam – As Big As It Gets. It’s one of the most intense family entertainment experiences on the planet and tickets are on sale now.

Have you been wondering who those guys are roaming around the Sydney Showground Stadium in coloured cricket kit?

The Toy and Game Expo is the premier public event within Australia for the exhibition and demonstration of all the latest in toys and games.  The Expo provides visitors with an opportunity to test out and play everything from favourites such as Monopoly, to the newest addition to the Lego range.  The Expo includes:

Supanova Pop Culture Expo is where, under one big roof, the public comes face to face with Supa-Star celebrities and the creative talent that inspire their imaginary worlds.

Wired for Wonder will be held at NIDA on 31 July or 1 August 2013 and will be attended by a broad group of entrepreneurs, business owners and enterprises - both emerging and already successful. It will bring together the best of storytellers, world changers and social innovators to engage, inform and inspire.

Sydney Olympic Park hosted the Audi Drive Program this May. Allphones Arena was the daily meeting point for a fleet of 25 Audi vehicles, driven by representatives from Audi dealerships state-wide. The event involved a conference and luncheon held in the Grand Ballroom, and a host of car demonstrations and driving exercises which took place at Eastern Creek.

Progressive metal pioneers Tool captivated crowds over two huge nights at Allphones Arena. Fans were treated to a light show equally as impressive as Maynard Keenan’s distinct vocals and two hours of hits from the band’s highest selling album.

The business community at Sydney Olympic Park generously donated some time away from their desks on a crisp Autumn morning to collect rubbish in Bicentennial Park, displaying significant achievements that can be made when communities work together.

The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs recently appointed Raelene Castle to the position of Chief Executive Officer, with her duties to commence on July 15.

Castle joins the Bulldogs from Netball New Zealand where she has overseen exceptional growth in commercial and broadcast revenue during her six year tenure as Chief Executive.