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Full capacity crowd approved for Scorchers home final

An agreement has been reached between the WA Government, VenuesLive and the WACA to ensure 55,000 tickets will be sold to the Scorchers' home semi-final at Optus Stadium.The agreement was reached on the condition that the Stadium Operator and the association put arrangements in place to entice 15,000 to 20,000

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Whadjuk Working Party recognised for stadium contribution

Aboriginal Affairs and Finance Minister Ben Wyatt today thanked the Whadjuk Working Party (WWP) for its role in the development of Optus Stadium and the surrounding park.Representing the Traditional Owners of the land, the WWP has worked collaboratively with the Stadium Project Team since 2012, providing advice on the Aboriginal

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Matagarup Bridge a permanent tribute to traditional owners

The Swan River pedestrian bridge connecting East Perth with Optus Stadium will be officially named Matagarup Bridge.The name recognises the cultural significance of the immediate Swan River area to the Whadjuk community.Matagarup is the name given by traditional land owners to the area around Heirisson Island, meaning a place where

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