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Hyatt Regency Coolum Hyatt Siphoned Money from Golf Resort
22 Feb 2012 - Golf - Editor
Mining magnate Clive Palmer will sue Hyatt Hotels for $60 million, accusing it of siphoning money from his Queensland resort and covering it up.
Creswick golf course Creswick Golf Course gets Thumbs Up for Hosting of Victorian PGA
22 Feb 2012 - Golf - Editor
The Victorian PGA Championship at Creswick has been praised as the best tournament in Victoria this year by tournament director Andrew Langford-Jones
Trish Kinnane, wife of Les, is comforted by her son Brent and other family and friends at the funeral at St Mary’s Catholic Church. City Remembers Legacy of Les Kinnane
22 Feb 2012 - General News - Editor
A dedicated teacher, sports administrator, groundsman and family man, Les Kinnane helped so many people in the Ipswich region.
7200R Tractor with a H480 Loader World can Reap Benefits of Australia's Skills
22 Feb 2012 - Training & Education - Editor
Tables can be turned on faltering interest in agricultural science, MARK ADAMS writes: This week's cancellation of the intake of students to the agriculture program at the University of Western Sydney has justifiably rung alarm bells.
The State Tennis Centre at Burswood WA Stadium Site is Highly Unstable
21 Feb 2012 - Stadia - Editor
Civil construction experts who worked on the Burswood casino and golf course projects in the 1980s have warned that Premier Colin Barnett's hand-picked stadium site is highly unstable and likely to lead to huge construction costs.
Paradise Palms G.C 2 Cairns Paradise Palms Jumps to No.66
20 Feb 2012 - Golf - Editor
An all-round improvement at Paradise Palms golf course has seen it rise 10 spots in the latest Australian rankings, but course director Des Shearer is still not satisfied.
Pace Turf Golf Course Sustainability Metrics
20 Feb 2012 - Consultancy - Editor
In this 7 minute video, Dr. Larry Stowell provides guidance that will help you to navigate and achieve the demands for increased sustainability at your golf course.
Cranbourne Turf Club chief executive Neil Bainbridge Cranbourne Turf Club Chief Executive Neil Bainbridge
20 Feb 2012 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
A Q&A with Cranbourne Turf Club chief executive Neil Bainbridge. Neil has always been passionate about racing and started out about 12 years ago as the manager of Stony Creek Racing Club.
Grass Seed Fresh Seeds for Growth for PGGW
19 Feb 2012 - General News - Editor
Mark Billings scuffs his boot at the ground beneath him and seems pleased enough with the patchy looking result. To any Kiwi dairy farmer this arid setting would be a scene of despair, but this isn't green New Zealand.
Land for the Bicheno Golf Club Go Ahead for Tassie Golfing Mecca
19 Feb 2012 - Golf - Editor
An 18-hole golf course with 62 homes has been approved for the East Coast town of Bicheno, adding to dreams of making Tasmania a top golf tourism destination.
Opening of the Mooloolaba Bowls Club new undercover greens. 105 year old Agnes Vickers was an original member of the club and opened the new area with mayor Bob Abbot. Photo:Warren Lynam / Sunshine Coast Daily Bowls Club a Jolly Green Giant
19 Feb 2012 - Bowls - Editor
The resumption of part of its land to widen Brisbane Rd easily could have been a death knell for the Mooloolaba Bowls Club, but the brave club has turned a potential problem into a positive.
Adelaide Oval Adelaide Oval Work to Begin Later this Month
18 Feb 2012 - Stadia - Editor
Work on the $535 million Adelaide Oval redevelopment will begin later this month with the installation of boundary fencing and site offices.
Nastek_Glasses_655.jpg Back to the Future!
17 Feb 2012 - Industry News - Editor
Look into the future with these glasses designed by NASA! The PSD lens may not look like anything special, but it is! Millions of research dollars went into the PSD lens/filter. It allows you to see plant stress long before you can see it with the naked eye.
Artist impression of a stadium at Burswood Too Late to Cancel Stadium at Burswood
17 Feb 2012 - Stadia - Editor
The State Opposition has conceded it may be unable to reverse Colin Barnett's decision to build WA's major stadium at Burswood even if it wins the next election.
Prime Minister John Key visits the new stadium being constructed at Rugby League Park John Key Visits Rugby League Park
16 Feb 2012 - Rugby - Editor
Prime Minister John Key visits the new stadium being constructed at Rugby League Park today. Joe Flynn, the acting CEO Christchurch Stadium Trust is at Key's left.
New Townsville Stadiums Joint City Stadium Plans for Townsville Revealed
16 Feb 2012 - Stadia - Editor
The first artist’s impression has been revealed of what the Toyota Cowboys hope will be their new home ground - part of a world class entertainment, events and sports precinct in Townsville’s CBD.
Shadow Creek in China Golf Construction on Hold in China
15 Feb 2012 - Golf - Editor
China, once the world’s hottest golf market, is now all but frozen stiff, thanks mostly to the latest ban on construction that threatens farm land, which the Chinese view as one of their most vital natural resources.
Bunkers being trimmed royal melbourne Australia's Top 100 Golf Courses 2012
15 Feb 2012 - Golf - Editor
Australian Golf Digest have released their 2012 list of Australia's best golf courses and Royal Melbourne West has taken out the top spot. The Royal Melbourne composite course was traditionally used in lists of Australia's best golf courses. But despite now being split into its individual east and west golf courses, it has managed to still be ranked highly
Cricket Frame How Long is Your Cricket Pitch, Checked Lately?
15 Feb 2012 - Cricket - Editor
Cameron White has become the second Australian representative to have encountered a comical pitch malfunction while searching for form in club cricket.
Rugby New Tamworth Stadium Needed
14 Feb 2012 - Rugby - Editor
Tamworth mayor Col Murray said Friday night’s sell out international rugby clash at Scully Park has only strengthened the need for a major outdoor sports stadium in the city.

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