Australia’s elite cross country runners will take on the world’s best athletes when they contend for the 44th World Athletics Cross Country Championships in Bathurst, New South Wales, on 20 March 2021.
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Aboriginal artists from across NSW have been invited to submit artwork for the NSW Office of Sport’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Close to 1,000 NSW sports projects have shared $4.6 million in grants for purchasing equipment, improving facilities and increasing participation opportunities as COVID19 restrictions slowly ease.
The Sydney Football Stadium is boosting the NSW economic recovery by securing jobs and keeping the State’s construction pipeline delivering during COVID-19.
Sydney Motorsport Park has begun a major upgrade to cement its status as Australia’s number one motorsport venue.
Fortnightly payments of $1,500 will begin flowing to millions of Australians from the first week of May after the $130 billion JobKeeper scheme was passed by parliament last week.
On Wednesday 8 April during the Sector CEO Teleconference, Acting Minister for Sport announced that the Sport and Active Recreation Sector Recovery Working Group would develop a Draft COVID-19 Recovery Plan outlining priorities, resourcing and recovery actions for the State’s sport and active recreation sector.
The Office of Sport has launched a new content portal to help the NSW community stay physically active during the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring a variety of camp activities, the portal has loads of great ideas for parents, government agencies and sporting organisations to keep kids active.
Sporting organisations affected by the COVID-19 shutdown are eligible for grants of up to $10,000 under a new assistance scheme announced by the NSW Government.