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nsw.rugby

Founded Year

1882

About NSW Rugby Union

NSW Rugby Union is the governing body for the sport of rugby union. NSW Rugby's mission is to care, connect, and unify the game in NSW. The union organizes events and camps for rugby and also offers matches, coaching, tickets, and hospitality services. It is based in Daceyville, New South Wales.

NSW Rugby Union Headquarters Location

Banks Avenue David Phillips Sports Complex

Daceyville, New South Wales,

Australia

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NSW Rugby Union Patents

NSW Rugby Union has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Bipedal humanoid robots
  • Lingerie
  • Spilomelinae
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11/27/2020

Sportswear brands, Spilomelinae, Undergarments, Bipedal humanoid robots, Lingerie

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11/27/2020

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Sportswear brands, Spilomelinae, Undergarments, Bipedal humanoid robots, Lingerie

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Latest NSW Rugby Union News

IP law expert Katrina Rathie joins SBS board

Apr 3, 2022

Share Former long-time King & Wood Mallesons partner Katrina Rathie joins the SBS board as a non-executive director, adding to her board responsibilities at NSW Rugby Union and ASX-listed Bubs Australia. Katrina Rathie has been appointed as a non-executive director to the SBS board. Peter Braig Ms Rathie brings to the board 35 years’ experience as an adviser to companies in the media industry, having been a partner at King & Wood Mallesons for 27 years, leading the Sydney practice and helping set up the IP/brad protection division, which now spans 350 people across China, Australia and the United States. Sydney-based Ms Rathie has been a non-executive director for the past decade, starting with the charity sector at the Starlight Foundation, adding her Bubs Australia non-executive director role in July last year, and joining the NSW Rugby Union board in January 2020. Ms Rathie is also a member of the advisory board of Media Diversity Australia. She was the winner in the boards and management category in the prestigious Financial Review 100 Women of Influence awards in 2019. Ms Rathie replaces Professor Sally Walker, who finished up on the multicultural broadcaster’s board on February 22. Advertisement Communications Minister Paul Fletcher congratulated her on the appointment, stating he looks forward “to seeing the valuable contribution she will make to the SBS board”. “She will strengthen the already diverse skills available to SBS’s leadership team,” he said. Cultural perspectives Ms Rathie holds a commerce/law degree from UNSW and is an alumni leader of UNSW Business School. She is also the NSW patron of the Asian Australian Lawyers Association. Ms Rathie was nominated for the vacant board position via a selections panel process. The SBS board consists of the managing director, the chairman/woman, and no fewer than three and no more than seven other non-executive directors. Advertisement The incumbent chairman is George Savvides, who is joined on the board by SBS managing director James Taylor. The non-executive directors are Peeyush Gupta, William Lenehan, Dorothy West, Vic Alhadeff , deputy chairman Christine Zeitz and Nyunggai Warren Mundine. The SBS board must collectively comprise people with a diversity of cultural perspectives, include a person who has an appropriate understanding of the interests of employees, and at least one of the directors must be Indigenous. Collectively, the board must possess an appropriate balance of expertise in the areas required to govern the SBS effectively, including an understanding of Australia’s multicultural society and the needs and interests of SBS’ culturally diverse audience. The board meets six times a year, with remuneration of $48,746 a year for non-executive directors. Miranda Ward is a journalist covering media and marketing for The Australian Financial Review based in the Sydney office. Connect with Miranda on Twitter . Email Miranda at miward@afr.com Save

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  • When was NSW Rugby Union founded?

    NSW Rugby Union was founded in 1882.

  • Where is NSW Rugby Union's headquarters?

    NSW Rugby Union's headquarters is located at Banks Avenue, Daceyville.

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