Office of Sport
The safety of combat sports participants is set to improve following today’s announcement that the NSW Government will introduce a new bill to amend the Combat Sports Act 2013.
Sports fans are a step closer to seeing the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup on Australian soil following today’s naming of the Hunter region as the proposed host location.
In a win for the people of NSW – and a huge boost for jobs and tourism – the NSW Government has today announced plans to bid for 10 world cups in the next 10 years.
An off-duty Sydney doctor who revived two fellow footballers over three weeks has called on all sports clubs to take advantage of the NSW Government’s $4-million Local Sport Defibrillators Grant Program.
Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has paid tribute to the extraordinary contributions of volunteers to community sport at a special awards ceremony last night.
Sport and active recreation will receive a major boost in NSW Budget 2018 with almost $537 million invested in local facilities and initiatives across the State.
Community sporting groups in regional New South Wales are set to benefit from the release of key strategies supporting sports planning and delivery over the next five years.
Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has today joined Newcastle Knights Chief Executive Officer Philip Gardner to unveil plans for the long anticipated Newcastle Knights Centre of Excellence.
Thousands of local cricketers are set to benefit from more than $6 million in grants now available through the NSW ICC World T20 Cricket Legacy Fund.