On Thursday 19 October, the Office of Sport hosted the Unleashing the Value of Women's Sport forum in Sydney. It was a day full of inspiring speakers at the forefront of women’s sport in Australia.
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Spectators and players from community sporting clubs will benefit from a state wide rollout of the Local Sport Defibrillator Program from today.
Hundreds of promising rugby league players, along with established champions of the game are set to benefit, with construction underway on the New South Wales Rugby League Centre of Excellence at Sydney Olympic Park.
This year’s Western Sydney Marathon is expected to attract the biggest line-up in its history, with more than 1,500 runners expected to pound the pavement this Saturday.
Regional sports Academies were yesterday acknowledged for the important role they play in supporting the development of talented young athletes, coaches, and officials across New South Wales.
Cricket fans in regional New South Wales will again be thrilled by the excitement of Big Bash cricket this summer.
Hundreds of local sports clubs and sports organisations across the State are set to benefit from more than $10 million worth of grants announced today by Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres, with a focus this year on encouraging more female athletes into sport programs.
Construction of a world-class elite surfing training facility began today with the first sod turned on the $5.6 million Hurley Surfing Australia High Performance Centre Expansion.
Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has welcomed an exciting milestone for the Women’s Rugby League World Cup, with today marking 100 days until the world’s first standalone event.
The NSW Government today announced a major funding boost for new and existing sports facilities in regional NSW as part of the $100 million Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund.