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University Of Canberra Looks Into Plans For New On-Campus Sports Hub

04 / 24 / 14

The University of Canberra "is planning to upgrade its state-of-the-art sports hub," driving plans to build facilities worth almost A$50M ($46M) at its Bruce campus, according to Chris Dutton of the CANBERRA TIMES. With the $16.5M ACT Brumbies headquarters almost complete, "plans are being put toget...

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