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News from the Department highlighting funding, initiatives and projects in the sport and recreation industry.
Stadium to light up with 15,000 LED lights
Tuesday 31 Jan 2017
Night-time events held at Perth Stadium will be illuminated through the biggest sports lighting system in the world.
Research sweetens Swim for Fruit program
The Royal Life Saving Society WA's Jessica Cruickshank has been awarded the Dr Heather MacGowan OAM Scholarship, Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies announced today.
Upgrade and expansion of Collie Motorplex
Monday 30 Jan 2017
The Liberal National Government will upgrade and expand Collie Motorplex through a funding allocation of $2.57 million.
Premier League club coming to Perth Stadium
Sunday 29 Jan 2017
Another sporting coup has been secured for Perth Stadium with Premier League powerhouse Chelsea heading to Western Australia for an international friendly match with Perth Glory.
West Coast Fever to play in Northam
Thursday 26 Jan 2017
Northam netballers will get a chance to see a special up-close West Coast Fever game next month, Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies announced today.
National Premier League game for Geraldton
Monday 23 Jan 2017
Soccer fans are in for some fancy footwork when Geraldton hosts a National Premier League WA game at the re-developed Wonthella Oval later this year.
$5.7m for regional athletes, coaches and officials
Regional sport is the winner after the Liberal National Government today announced $5.7 million to support regional athletes, coaches and officials.
More seniors active with SilverSport program
Thursday 19 Jan 2017
More seniors will have the chance to get active with the expansion of the popular SilverSport pilot program to Albany and Bunbury.
Pool funding splashes for safety and training
Wednesday 18 Jan 2017
Pool goers across Western Australia will benefit from funding for safety and training through the Community Pool Revitalisation Program.
$3.5m for regional sporting facilities
Saturday 14 Jan 2017
Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies today announced 10 regional sport and recreation projects would share in $3.5 million to improve local facilities.
$8.4 million for sports facilities in Perth metro
Tuesday 10 Jan 2017
Grassroots sport in the metropolitan area will benefit from $8.4 million in funding for projects including installing floodlights, synthetic turf and upgraded facilities.
Plan ahead for Armadale and Thornlie Line disruption
Thursday 05 Jan 2017
Armadale and Thornlie Line passengers have been urged to make alternate travel arrangements or leave extra time to make their journey ahead of a 17-day rail disruption, which starts tomorrow evening.
Plan for more mountain biking in Perth and Peel
Tuesday 13 Dec 2016
The Liberal National Government has invited the community to have a say on the draft Perth and Peel Mountain Bike Master Plan 2016-2026, released for public comment today.
Friday 09 Dec 2016
Armadale and Thornlie Line passengers are being urged to plan ahead, with a 17-day disruption on the Armadale and Thornlie lines just four weeks away.
More than $500,000 in grants for local sporting clubs
Thursday 08 Dec 2016
Community sport across Western Australia will benefit from the latest round of Liberal National Government grants for sport and recreation projects.
Bledisloe Cup coming to Perth Stadium in 2019
Wednesday 07 Dec 2016
One of the biggest rivalries in world sport is coming to Perth Stadium in 2019 when Western Australia hosts its first ever Bledisloe Cup match.
New sports stadium for Esperance community
Tuesday 06 Dec 2016
Esperance will get a new sports stadium as part of a $4.06 million investment through the Liberal National Government's Royalties for Regions program, Regional Development Minister Terry Redman announced today.
New Albany home for cricket and soccer
Wednesday 30 Nov 2016
Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies today officially opened the new $2.2 million western precinct pavilion for cricket and soccer at Albany's Centennial Park.
Friday 25 Nov 2016
Armadale and Thornlie Line passengers are being urged to plan ahead, with a 17-day disruption on the Armadale and Thornlie lines just six weeks away.
Sports carnival brings youth together
Thursday 24 Nov 2016
Today more than 200 students from four Perth high schools will compete in the second annual Communicare Multicultural Schools Cup.