Recent Media Releases

NSC Awards Finalists Announced

Media release courtesy of National Sport and Physical Activity Convention The Australian Sport, Recreation and Play Innovation Awards will be presented...

South Aussie families cashing in on beefed-up sports vouchers

Media release courtesy of South Australian Government Just over $7 million has gone back into the pockets of hard-working mums and...

Hundreds of projects boost regional communities

This media release is courtesy of the NSW Government Female sporting teams will be the big winners under the latest wave...

Why investing in community sport is essential

This case study with Table Tennis Australia forms part of a series highlighting why grassroots sports funding is essential to build and develop communities that encourage participants to increase their physical activity levels

Why investing in community sport is essential?

It was clear that funding from the Federal government was imperative to National Sporting Organisations to build and develop communities that encourage participants to increase their physical activity levels.

Women Coaches Face Greater Professional and Personal Obstacles Than Men

Research courtesy of Global Sport Matters Last spring, the University of Arizona women’s basketball team surprised the college sports world by...

The National Principles of Health Education Audit Tool

Courtesy of The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) What is this? This instrument for capturing school health...

Sport Australia Hall of Fame announces eight new inductees for 2021

This media release is courtesy of Sport Australia. Eight new inductees were announced today into the nation’s most prestigious sporting club,...

Only 1 Week To Go until the 2021 National Sports & Physical Activity Convention

This media release is courtesy of NSC.  There is only one week to go before the first sessions of the 2021...

The Voice of Sport – the Story Behind the Confederation of Australian Sport: Sport Finds its Strength in the 1970s and Begins to Influence Government Policy

An article by Greg Hartung AO on Australian Sport Reflections in Part 10 of their History of Australian Sport Policy Series....

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