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Effective Sporting Organisations: A Practitioner’s Perspective

The success of national sporting systems depends on the effectiveness of its component parts. In Australia and many countries with similar...

AIS Arena to reopen in 2023

Canberra’s largest indoor venue, the AIS Arena, will reopen for major sport and community events.

CAS comments on the support of sport released in last night’s 2022-23 Federal Budget

Minister for Sport Richard Colbeck said the 2022-23 Federal Budget underlines the Government’s commitment to sport as the nation embarks on a decade-long schedule of major sporting events.  

New funding program to build capacity of State Sporting Associations in Western Australia

Media release courtesy of the Government of Western Australia. State Sporting Associations (SSAs) will have access to a new program that...

More Sporting Opportunities For Indigenous Victorians

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting more Aboriginal Victorians to get into the game by providing grants for travel to sporting events or to purchase uniforms and equipment.

A big boost in infrastructure delivered to 11 sports by AIS and Australian Government

The Australian Government and Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) have delivered a big boost to 11 National Sporting Organisations (NSOs), awarding more than $1.15m for sporting infrastructure projects around the country.

CAS applauds grant program to help regional sporting events bounce back

Sporting events across rural and regional Australia are set to benefit from the Morrison Government’s Regional Sport Events Fund.

Sportscover Australia to support East Coast flood recovery effort

Sportscover Australia is offering similar support to that provided to affected communities by the 2022 SE Queensland and Northern NSW floods.

Record funding for Australia’s winter Olympians

The Morrison Government has backed Australia’s winter athletes as they kick-start their Olympic campaigns in Beijing.

Olympic and Paralympic receive boost for Paris 2024 and beyond

The Morrison Government continues to back Australian high-performance sport with a $257.5 million investment for National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) to take them through to the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games and beyond.