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As part of its commitment to ensuring access and inclusion for all users of Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney Olympic Park Authority is seeking feedback from the community to inform the development of its Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP) 2019-22.

All Park users, persons with disability, carers, and community-sector organisations are invited to have their say via a short 5-10 minute survey, which will be open until Wednesday 31 October 2018.

Lifestart recently welcomed their new Central Sydney Mobile Team to their Head Office at Sydney Olympic Park.

Lifestart supports children and young people aged 0-24 years and living with disability to be part of everyday life in their community.

Australia's greatest Socceroo Tim Cahill will pull on the green and gold one last time in an emotion-charged farewell match for his country against Lebanon.

Cahill, who announced his retirement after the 2018 FIFA World Cup, will be recognised for his contribution to the sport when the Socceroos meet Lebanon in the international friendly at ANZ Stadium.

She's back, Sydney! Ten-time Grammy award winner, Taylor Swift, is bringing her reputation Stadium Tour to ANZ Stadium on Friday 2 November in what will be one of the hottest concert tours in the world this year.

The pop goddess will be returning to the scene of her phenomenal 2015 show that saw more than 76,000 fans turn out for one of the Stadium’s iconic concert moments and was eventually immortalised in her 1989 World Tour Live DVD.

Monster Jam madness has arrived!

On Saturday 13 October the deafening roar of ten 1,000 horse-power engines will fill Sydney Olympic Park as ANZ Stadium transforms into a rally track.

Featuring the world’s top drivers, Monster Jam 2018 is the must-see event for all of Sydney’s gearheads.

On a broken wing and a prayer, the Sydney Roosters were crowned NRL Premiers at ANZ Stadium on Sunday – winning the 2018 NRL Grand Final 21-6 over the Melbourne Storm.

Cooper Cronk, arm hanging lifelessly at his side as he played through a broken scapula, was the inspiration behind the Roosters commanding victory in front 82,668 fans at ANZ Stadium.

You will have seen many recent reports about data breaches in Australia and around the world. Obviously, you want to keep your and your customers’ private data secure. However, do you know your obligations?

An important changed occurred on 22 February 2018 when the Notifiable Data Breaches (NBD) scheme came into effect.

Thales has provided branded Keep Cups to employees based at Sydney Olympic Park as an initiative to reduce the environmental impact of single-use takeaway cups – which almost always end up as landfill.

According to the World Wildlife Fund, Australia produces 3 million tonnes of plastics each year, of which less than 12% is recycled. Up to 130,000 tonnes of plastic will end up in the ocean.

Figtree Conference Centre was announced as the winner of the “Excellence in Workplace Inclusion” category of the Parramatta Chamber of Commerce’s Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence (WSABE) at their Gala Awards event at Rosehill Gardens on Friday 21 September.

The Award is a great validation of Figtree Conference Centre, as one of Flourish Australia’s social enterprises.

On Sunday 14 October, thousands of riders from across NSW and beyond are expected to hop on their bikes and take part in one of the nation’s most anticipated recreational cycling events, Spring Financial Group Spring Cycle 2018.

From experienced cyclists to little ones that are just getting into bike riding, Spring Cycle offers participants of all levels and ages the opportunity to cycle through Sydney’s stunning landscape and take in the city’s most iconic sites; including the unique chance to ride across the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge on the main deck.

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