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HSBC Sydney 7s is back and better than ever before.

Experience rugby like you’ve never seen; fast paced and full of flair. Its non-stop, long passes, fast running, try scoring SEVENS! The Aussies took out the Men’s and Women’s titles in 2018 and will be back for more glory in 2019 at the Spotless Stadium in Sydney’s Olympic Park – share the moment and experience that winning feeling!

The Australian sporting public will be given the chance to farewell the nation’s greatest Socceroo, with Tim Cahill set to be recognised for his contribution to the sport when the Socceroos meet Lebanon at ANZ Stadium on Tuesday 20 November.

Cahill, who recently announced his retirement from international football, is set to pull on the green and gold one last time against the Cedars when the two teams clash in November’s international friendly at Sydney Olympic Park.

They've seen a million faces, they’ve rocked them all, and now they’re returning to ANZ Stadium.

Over an illustrious career spanning more than three decades, Bon Jovi has earned their place among global rock royalty.

The newly anointed Rock & Roll Hall of Famers will be rocking ANZ Stadium Saturday 8 December as a part of the This House Is Not for Sale Tour.

After eight days of remarkable competition that showcased the strength and resilience of the human spirit, Sydney said thank you – and farewell – to the all-conquering 500 servicemen and women from 18 nations at the spectacular 2018 Invictus Games Closing Ceremony at Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney.

The GPT Group (GPT) is excited to announce it has reached practical completion of its 15,700 square metre office building at 4 Murray Rose Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park.

The five story A Grade campus office building is the third site to be developed by GPT in Sydney Olympic Park, and will have an end value of more than $115 million. The multi-purpose complex offers a number of key sustainability, lifestyle, location, transport and design benefits.

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.

This year the Team at Property Nest & GJS Property have again combined forces to raise money for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance and are happy to announce that as a team they have taken more that 2,383,506 steps so far, with that number set to rise with a few days left in September when that count was submitted.

They would love to say they have raised a $1 for every step , but while their fund raising efforts have been greater than last year, they are a little way of the $1 per step.

October is Mental Health Month in NSW. The Business Association is supporting this important event with Australian Mental Health Advocate, John Brogden AM.

John will canvass mental wellbeing and business leadership at a unique Mental Health Month breakfast at Flourish Australia’s Sydney Olympic Park headquarters.

Tickets are still available. https://flourishaustralia.eventbrite.com.au or call Alison Perizi on 0437 069 154.

Sydney Olympic Park is within the Local Government Area of the City of Parramatta and there is plenty on offer across the region in October.

Features in October include the highly popular Parramatta Lanes Festival taking place next week. Also, October is NSW Small Business Month and the City of Parramatta is offering Small Business operators the opportunity to attend some great educational workshops.

Human beings are an inquisitive bunch. We see birds in the sky, we want to fly – so we invent airplanes. We look at the stars and wonder what they’re made of – and we design telescopes. We build submarines to explore the depths of the ocean and rockets to explore space. We study things we don’t understand until we do. All our pursuits begin with our passion for discovery and end with one recurring question: what’s next?

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