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  • MCG composts food waste onsite

    Jun 03, 2011

    An onsite Closed Loop Organics Unit that converts food waste to 10 per cent of its original weight within 24 hours has been unveiled at the MCG.

  • Parking fee rise aids Yarra Park sustainability

    Cars in Yarra Park

    May 30, 2011

    The MCC today advised of an increase in the price of vehicle parking in Yarra Park from $8 to $10 for patrons attending events at the MCG and other venues in the precinct.

  • MCG Rite of Passage photos available

    2011 MCG Rite of Passage group photo

    May 30, 2011

    View the photos from the 2011 MCG Rite of Passage event, held on Sunday May 29.

  • Netball takes over hallowed turf for shootout on Saturday

    Winners in the Great Netball Shootout competition

    May 27, 2011

    The oval ball will be replaced by netballs at the MCG this Saturday as netball fans flock to the hallowed turf to participate in the finals of the “Great Netball Shootout”.

  • Young Victorians celebrate football Rite of Passage at MCG

    Hawthorn's Sam Mitchell with his son at the MCG

    May 26, 2011

    This Sunday, May 29, more than 550 lucky young Victorians will have the opportunity to experience the thrill of stepping onto the hallowed MCG turf at the MCG Rite of Passage event.

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DON’T try telling these Indian fans that last night’s World Cup semi-final was just a game. One kid sliced his own tongue - and that’s not the worst of it.

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THERE was hope for India for as long as MS Dhoni was still at the crease, but in the semi-final of the World Cup the Indian skipper simply gave up.

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Dave Warner’s battles continued, while Steve Smith was perfect. See who starred and who struggled in the semi-final against India.

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AUSTRALIA’S Aaron Baddeley is the talk of the US PGA Tour after a scarcely believable birdie made him clubhouse leader in the Texas Open.

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CHAZ Mostert topped the opening V8 Supercars practice session at a soaking wet Symmons Plains circuit for the Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint.

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