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Casey Sports House welcomes local sports development staff and administrators

A number of state and local sporting associations now have a new home in the City of Casey following the official opening of the Casey Sports House on Monday 24th August 2015. Located…

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Aug 31, 2015 Recreation / Sport / Venues /


Transformed Goods Line walkway connects Sydney’s Railway Square to Darling Harbour

The Goods Line, a new, innovative urban corridor and open space, linking Sydney's Railway Square with the suburb of Ultimo and the city's Darling Harbour, has been opened. Inspired…

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Aug 30, 2015 Environment / Parks / Recreation / Venues /


Huge summer of international cricket for Wellington

Wellington has been awarded some of the biggest games of the summer of cricket, following New Zealand Cricket's announcement of its international schedule for the 2015/16 summer. In a…

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Aug 30, 2015 Sport / Venues /


Naturebank encourages ecotourism opportunities in the Pilbara

The Western Australian Government's Naturebank program is offering investors the opportunity to develop new nature-based tourism ventures within the Millstream Chichester National Park…

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Aug 30, 2015 Environment / Government / Recreation / Tourism /


Latest IHRSA member retention report examines likely fitness club promoters and detractors

The International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association's newly released Member Retention Report (Volume 3, Issue 1): What Differentiates Promoters from Detractors? focuses on…

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Aug 30, 2015 Billing / Fitness / Marketing /


No Wi-Fi but Hong Kong’s Ocean Park is among world’s riskiest attractions for phone hacking

Hong Kong theme park Ocean Park has been branded one of the world's riskiest visitor attractions for exposing mobile devices to cyberattacks, alongside New York’s Times Square and…

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Aug 29, 2015 Attractions / Safety / Security / Technology / Tourism /


More women on sports boards would reduce doping and match-fixing

More women on the boards of sporting organisations would likely to lead to less corruption, doping and match-fixing, according to La Trobe University Professor Catherine Ordway. Speaking…

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Aug 29, 2015 Culture / Sport /


Swim Australia announces partnership with Australian Innovative Systems

Leading learn-to-swim and water safety authority Swim Australia has announced an official Partnership with Australian Innovative Systems - the award-winning manufacturer of water…

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Aug 29, 2015 Aquatics / Education / Environment / Safety /


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