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  • Join the MCG on Facebook and Twitter!

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    Oct 29, 2010

    Got a question or some feedback about the MCG? Want to keep up with the news as it happens? Then join the thousands of others connected to the MCG on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

  • Yarra Park water project plans revealed

    Yarra Park outside the MCG

    Oct 21, 2010

    The long-term environmental future of Melbourne’s iconic Yarra Park – the gateway to the MCG - has received a major boost, with proposed plans revealed for a multi-million dollar water recycling facility and major park improvements.

  • Records tumble in Melbourne Marathon

    2010 Melbourne Marathon winner Japhet_Kiporir crosses the finish line at the MCG

    Oct 10, 2010

    A Kenyan cattle farmer and an Ethiopian woman mentored by Haile Gebrselassie broke long-standing records in the Melbourne Marathon, which finished at the MCG today.

  • MCG Community Day a big success

    A happy family enjoying 2010 MCG Community Day

    Oct 04, 2010

    Hundreds of fans, young and old, enjoyed a kick on the famous MCG turf and posed with the premiership cup as part of a highly successful MCG Community Day.

  • MCG's Great Southern Stand to get $55m refurbishment

    An aerial view of the MCG

    Sep 15, 2010

    The Great Southern Stand at the MCG is set for a $55 million facelift, with the Melbourne Cricket Club confirming a $25 million commitment to the project, with work to commence next year.

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NICK Kyrgios will have to reprise the magic of Wimbledon to survive the US Open’s first week after copping a horrid draw.

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TOTTENHAM Hotspur wins to close in on a place in the group stage of the Europa League while Hull City has plenty of work to do to join them.

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SHARKS captain Paul Gallen and the other 16 players under investigation have accepted guilty pleas for taking prohibited substances. BLOG WITH BUZZ

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AUSTRALIA has found a worthy replacement for Ian Thorpe with Thomas Fraser-Holmes reaffirming his position as the world No.1 in the 200m freestyle.

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IN an explosive interview, the billionaire talks about severing his ties with Australian sport. He got sick of being blamed for the Knights’ poor results, can’t wait until the Jets ‘are out the door’.

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