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  • Sustainability hits a six at home of sport

    MCG Light Tower

    Nov 18, 2014

    Energy efficiency upgrades will confirm the MCG's standing as one of the most environmentally sustainable stadia in the world – and save enough electricity to power the light towers for nearly six years.

  • MCG function caterers kicking goals

    The award-winning EPICURE team at the MCG.

    Nov 01, 2014

    The MCG was named Best Venue Caterer at the National Savour Australia Restaurant and Catering Awards for Excellence last week.

  • More Saturday afternoon footy at the MCG

    2013 AFL premiers Hawthorn Football Club

    Oct 30, 2014

    The MCG will host 45 matches in the 2015 AFL home and away season, commencing with Carlton v Richmond on Thursday April 2, less than four days after it stages the ICC Cricket World Cup Final.

  • Recycling facility brings huge water saving

    The Water Recycling Facility in Yarra Park.

    Oct 17, 2014

    With National Water Week starting on Sunday, an innovative underground water recycling facility housed outside the MCG has saved enough water to fill almost 100 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

  • NZ World Cup cricketers savour the 'G

    New Zealand BLACKCAPS captain Brendan McCullum outside the MCG on October 7, 2014.

    Oct 08, 2014

    The BLACKCAPS New Zealand cricket team visited the MCG on October 7 as part of a familiarisation tour ahead of next year’s ICC Cricket World Cup.

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UNCAPPED Queenslander Joe Burns has beaten former Test opener Ed Cowan to the punch and will play for Australia in the Boxing Day Test.

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JUST because Australia is short of batting talent does not mean it should hand out gold passes to players who are struggling to deliver.

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MIKE Hussey​ and Jacques Kallis proved class is ageless when they guided the Sydney Thunder to a comfortable win over the Brisbane Heat.

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MELBOURNE City’s derby hero Erik Paartalu said his side’s win was a crucial step in bridging the gap to big brother Melbourne Victory.

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NATHAN Burns fires Phoenix into top four — and himself firmly into the Socceroos’ Asian Cup frame. Read our Round 11 A-League review.

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