R2K has lodged a petition with Kogarah Council in support of the upgraded floodlighting at OKI Jubilee Stadium. The petition, which attracted in excess of 1,300 signatures, was lodged with Kogarah Council this morning (31/01/2005).
WITH the neighbour notification period drawing to a close for the lighting Development Application (DA) at Oki Jubilee Stadium, a petition has been received by Kogarah Council against the installation of the light towers and poles.
KOGARAH Council have passed a Development Application (DA) that will allow the area outside Jubilee Oval facing the Princes Highway to be used as a training area. As a result, the surface of the area will now be upgraded. The Dragons had previously been granted with a temporary licence to use the area for a 12-month period.
THE Illawarra Steelers are looking to the future with cautious optimism after posting mixed results on their 2004 balance sheet.
While the Steelers Club posted an encouraging profit of more than $498,000, the company overall, which is also responsible for football and other operations, returned a $648,400 loss.
A Development Application (DA) has been lodged with Kogarah Council for the installation of permanent lighting at Kogarah's Oki Jubilee Stadium. The lighting upgrade is fully funded as $8 million was allocated to Oki Jubilee Stadium following the re-election of the Coalition Government.
The installation of permanent lighting will prove beneficial for the sporting and community events that are currently staged at the site and will ensure that Oki Jubilee Stadium remains competitive with other sporting venues going forward.
THE results of the first R2K survey are in and the survey results provide an interesting snapshot into the mindset of St.George-Illawarra supporters on the eve of 2005.
REPRESENTATIVES from Kogarah Council and St.George DRLFC's Robert Stone gave local residents an exemplary presentation on the continued upgrade of Oki Jubilee Stadium.
KOGARAH Council and the St.George RLFC will meet with the local community on Wednesday (Dec 15) as part of the consultation process for the continued upgrade of Oki Jubilee Stadium.
THE NRL has released the draw for season 2005. The 12 St.George Bank Dragons' home games are:
THE Prime Minister?s office will shortly send a cheque for $2,455,000 to Kogarah Council for the next stage of the upgrade to OKI Jubilee Stadium. Kogarah Council has received advice that the funds will be available within the next few weeks, with the remainder of the $8 million grant being paid over the next two years.