The new canopy roof over Sydney’s Ken Rosewall Arena has been unveiled ahead of the inaugural ATP Cup.
Media releases by the Minister for Sport
A new sport and recreation centre will be built in Lake Macquarie after an independent review found the existing Myuna Bay centre was not safe to re-open.
Women’s sport in NSW has received a significant funding boost to help increase participation, promote leadership and encourage inclusivity.
A new $152,000 storage facility at Douglas Park Oval has been officially opened, providing a much-needed boost for local sports.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award today unveiled a commemorative national walking trail in the Blue Mountains at Govett’s Leap, Blackheath.
School students from across drought-affected NSW have the opportunity to take a break and spend a night with the stars.
The NSW Government and the University of Newcastle (UON) today officially launched a partnership to deliver UON’s ground-breaking girls’ empowerment program, Daughters and Dads Active and Empowered across NSW.
Mental Health Minister Bronnie Taylor is urging NSW-based sporting bodies wanting to improve mental health and wellbeing in regional drought-stricken areas to apply for a share of a new $1.2 million Mental Health Sports Fund.
The NSW Government has today announced the building of a new home for speedway racing in Western Sydney which will ensure the sport continues throughout the transition
The NSW Government has secured NRL Grand Finals until 2046 in a win for fans, tourism and jobs.