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Date: 16th August 2016

The famous Maracanã has already wowed the world once, as host venue of the spectacular Rio 2016 Olympic Games opening ceremony.

Date: 10th August 2016

Rugby league's relationship with the government will continue to burgeon despite a raft of changes following Brexit, according to the Rugby Football League’s (RFL) planning director. 

Date: 4th August 2016

A new video campaign from the Royal Parks celebrates the best bits in all eight of its parks - and highlights the efforts being made to bring in extra income to fund them.

Date: 3rd August 2016

The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG), the leading membership organisation for everyone involved in the management and maintenance of sports pitches, landscape and amenity facilities in the UK, has

Date: 1st August 2016

A sustainable drainage project on a London housing estate has been put to the ultimate test - being deliberately subjected to extreme flooding.

Date: 1st August 2016

The hosting of major sporting events has contributed £1.6bn (US$2.1bn, €1.9bn) to London’s economy since the 2012 Olympics, according to a report. 

Date: 27th July 2016

Community rugby and the academies of professional rugby clubs will receive fresh investment following a new £200m+ agreement signed between the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Premiership Rugby. 

Date: 26th July 2016

SALTEX 2016’s all-encompassing and free-to-attend LEARNING LIVE programme is set to explore what impact leaving the European Union will have on the industry, when the exhibition opens its doors at

Date: 25th July 2016

Grassroots rugby clubs in Wales will be able to bid for infrastructure funding as part of the Welsh Rugby Union’s (WRU) £1m (US$1.3m, €1.2m) facility improvement scheme.

Date: 25th July 2016

Submissions to the upcoming public parks inquiry must tell the "hidden stories" of the damage budget cuts have wrought on specific local parks to have the greatest impact, according to parks consul