Lake Claremont Golf Course in for a Fight
30 Oct 2008 - Golf - Editor
Residents are set to force Claremont council to hold a special electors' meeting over the future of the Lake Claremont Golf Course. They said a survey by the council this month was loaded against retaining the golf course.
Chirnside Oval Gets Funding Boost
29 Oct 2008 - A.F.L - Editor
Wyndham’s sports lovers will be kicking goals with Chirnside Oval receiving $700,000 in funding to be used for improvements at the ground.
AAMI Stadium latest Stadium affected by Crisis
28 Oct 2008 - General Sports - Editor
AAMI Stadium's upgrade is in doubt as the State Government reconsiders its $100 million pledge to the arena, while the public again demands a brand new complex.
Perth’s New Football Stadium in Doubt
23 Oct 2008 - General News - Editor
The future of Perth’s new football stadium remains in doubt. Plans for a $1.1 billion, 60,000-seat stadium at Kitchener Park have been put on hold with the change of government, with Mr Barnett refusing to commit to it.
Queen Elizabeth Oval Pitch Vandalised
23 Oct 2008 - Cricket - Editor
Vandals have damaged the fragile Queen Elizabeth Oval pitch, prompting concerns that Bendigo's show-piece ground will not be ready to host cricket next week as planned.
Hallowed Sporting Pitch Turfed Out
23 Oct 2008 - Cricket - Editor
Hallowed turf on which many of New Zealand's greatest sporting moments occurred is being put out to pasture, but it will live on at the home of a sports legend.
Dunedin's New Stadium Still Hanging in Balance
21 Oct 2008 - Rugby - Editor
Dunedin's proposed new $188 million covered rugby stadium continues to hang in the balance, with a February deadline looming for a major funding target and the global economic crisis threatening like a black cloud over a project that could make or break the struggling Otago union.
Does Hindmarsh Stadium cut it?
19 Oct 2008 - Football - Editor
The calls for a purpose-built football stadium in Adelaide are growing louder after Wednesday night's Asian Champions League semi-final was sold out five days before kick-off.
Ringwood C.C knows all about Droughts.
16 Oct 2008 - Cricket - Editor
Ringwood Cricket Club knows all about droughts. Last season the Rams broke one of the longest First XI premiership droughts in district cricket with their first flag in 34 years. Now a drought of a different kind has turned the club’s campaign for back-to-back titles into a “logistical nightmare”.
Growling Frog Course Looks Safe
15 Oct 2008 - Golf - Editor
Whittlesea Council has defended its decision to invest in the Growling Frog Golf Course despite operating losses of more than $2.3 million in its first four years.
DuPont Acelepryn Insecticide
8 Oct 2008 - Industry News - Editor
DuPont Acelepryn Insecticide is an entirely new insecticide class with a novel mode of action. Studies prove that it delivers superior results with the lowest application rate (lb ai/acre) ever utilized for white grub control.
New Synthetic Soccer Pitch for Moreland City Council
8 Oct 2008 - Synthetics - Editor - 1 comment
Local residents, sporting enthusiasts and students in the Fawkner area and surrounding suburbs will be able to play year-round on a new synthetic soccer pitch, thanks to a $300,000 Brumby Government grant.