The NSW Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres has instructed the Combat Sports Authority of NSW to conduct an early review of the Combat Sports Act 2013.
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The first set of state-wide guidelines for managing concussion in sport has been launched today.
More than a quarter of a million parents in NSW have downloaded an Active Kids voucher in just ten days, in a sign of the programs overwhelming success.
New South Wales athletes heading to the 2018 Commonwealth Games are set to benefit from a half-million dollar funding boost from the NSW Government.
More than one million school children across the state are now eligible for the NSW Government’s new annual $100 Active Kids voucher.
Sydney’s 14 show-stopping cricket games scheduled for the world-class ICC World T20 2020 tournament are set to boost cricket participation and local cricket facilities across NSW thanks to a $6 million funding allocation which formed part of the successful bid.
There are only a couple of weeks remaining until parents can claim a $100 voucher for their school-enrolled children thanks to the NSW Government’s new Active Kids program.
On Thursday, 15 February 2018, the Office of Sport is undertaking a major upgrade of its website infrastructure which will require disabling TLS 1.0 encryption. As part of this upgrade the website may experience a brief outage between 10am and11am.
Local communities across NSW are set to benefit from the recent announcement of $50 million in funding allocated towards Centres of Excellence for NSW NRL clubs.
Sydney’s iconic Academy of Sport and Recreation at Narrabeen is set to undergo a $1.2 million makeover of the athletics track surface, grand stand and amenities which will benefit tens of thousands of local and visting athletes.