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Please find our latest Media Releases below, ready for download. For all media enquiries please contact Simon Gerathy on sgerathy@pcycnsw.org.au, or call 0424 417 844.

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PCYC Nations of Origin Promotes Reconciliation and Cultural Identity through Sport

11 July 2023

PCYC (Police Citizen Youth Clubs) NSW's annual Nations of Origin tournament is set to take place from July 11th - 14th, 2023 in Western Sydney. This four-day sporting event will bring together over 910 Indigenous youth from across NSW, representing 25 Indigenous Nations, to celebrate and promote reconciliation, cultural identity, education, and sport.

PCYC (Police Citizens Youth Clubs)NSW Launch Fully Funded Driver Education Program for Young P-Platers

22 May 2023

PCYC NSW in partnership with Transport for NSW is proud to announce the launch of a fully funded driver education program for 100 Provisional P1 and P2 drivers. The program is part of the online Traffic Offenders Intervention Program (TOIP) and aims to provide easy and affordable access to in-depth and engaging driver education to novice drivers who have committed a traffic offense.

Lismore PCYC (Police and Citizens Youth Club) Re-Opens after Floods

16 May 2023

The Lismore PCYC officiallyre-opens its doors to the community on Tuesday 16thMay afterthe February 2022 floods which devasted the community of Lismore. The devastation from the 14.4m flood levels sawthousands of people displaced, and over 1800 homes and businesses damaged.

$23 million Wagga Wagga PCYC club set to open November 25th

25 November 2022

Police Citizens Youth Club NSW’s brand new $23 million development of the multi-purpose Wagga Wagga club is set for its grand opening on November 25th, 2022.

Young people to represent their Aboriginal Nations in the PCYC 2022 Nations of Origin tournament

15 October 2022

From October 5th – 8th, over 700 young people from across NSW will be representing their Aboriginal Nation at the annual four-day PCYC Nations of Origin tournament held in Port Stephens, Maitland and Lake Macquarie.

Grant funding to continue Indigenous Basketball Progam at PCYC Marrickville

01 October 2022

The Midjuburi Ballers program is an early morning basketball program for Indigenous teens. Based on a successful pilot in 2021, PCYC Marrickville has proudly secured funding by the Inner West Council and West Connex to continue running the program through 2022.

Summer holidays are full of fun at PCYC NSW clubs

24 November 2020

PCYC NSW will be working hard to keep school kids active these Summer School Holidays with affordable and fun activities in December and January. Last year PCYC NSW provided school holiday programs to more than 45,000 children across the state and its shaping up to be another busy year! 

PCYC City of Sydney unveils Unity Wall

13 October 2020

PCYC City of Sydney will unveil its collaborative art project on Friday, 16 October. PCYC City of Sydney, the foundation club of PCYC NSW, has been working with NSW Police and Inner Sydney’s indigenous and non-indigenous communities to produce a collaborative mural.

NSW Blues to visit PCYC Orange

07 July 2020

NSW Blues State of Origin coach and PCYC NSW ambassador, Brad Fittler, will be leading a convoy of his fellow teammates into western NSW to visit PCYC Orange next week.

PCYC NSW celebrates 83 years of empowering young people

30 March 2020

On 1 April, 2020 PCYC NSW celebrates 83 years of working with Police, staff, volunteers, supporters, alumni and communities across New South Wales to empower young people.