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Williams Advanced Engineering and Airbus Collaborate on Technology Innovation

Williams Advanced Engineering and Airbus have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to bring Formula One-inspired technology and innovation to aerospace and share in the wealth of experience at Airbus.

The collaboration will focus on the ways in which ultra-lightweight materials, battery technologies and electrical cell chemistries can be integrated on Airbus’ Zephyr High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) programme. 


Curtis Rona signs with Rugby Australia and NSW Waratahs

Wallabies winger Curtis Rona has signed with NSW Waratahs and Rugby Australia after committing to a two-year deal until the end of 2019. The former Western Force flyer enjoyed a memorable 2017, with the 25-year-old earning his debut at both Super Rugby and Test level.

Rona scored on his international debut against the All Blacks in Sydney before Tests against South Africa and Japan.  


Air Canada proudly flies the flag with renewed Canadian Olympic and Paralympic partnership

Air Canada announced today that it has renewed its sponsorship as the Official Airline of the Canadian Olympic Committee and Canadian Paralympic Committee. The four-year agreement extends through the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 and the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

“As Canada’s official airline, we believe our country deserves to be celebrated,” says Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada. “The Canadian Olympic and Paralympic teams represent the best of Canada, showing off the ambition and drive of our people. We’re proud to be a piece of home connecting those athletes to their country while they’re abroad, and helping to make sure they arrive ready to perform at their very best.”


South Africa finish third as New Zealand clinch Cape Town Cup

New Zealand claimed their maiden HSBC Cape Town Sevens title as South Africa had to settle for bronze after a pulsating day of action in the Mother City.

The Springbok Sevens team had to work very hard to beat Fiji in their quarter-final early on the second day of the tournament, and despite trailing by 21-12 at the break, Neil Powell’s team fought back to win 31-26.


Top chefs to cook up a storm at Australian Open 2018

In a Grand Slam first, a premium and exclusive food experience titled the AO Chef Series will be presented in conjunction with Australian Open 2018 at The Glasshouse this summer.

The AO Chef Series will bring together some of Australia’s and the world’s much loved and most respected chefs to create incredible personalised dining experiences in a series of pop-up restaurants. 


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