Criteria for Artificial Turf
30 May 2008 - Cricket - Editor
Cricket Australia along with the A.F.L have released the criteria for artificial turf to be developed that will be suitable to be used on community grounds.
Plan for Nerang stadium
29 May 2008 - A.F.L - Editor
AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou will use a rare face-to-face encounter with Queensland Premier Anna Bligh in Sydney to pitch a plan to build a new stadium at Nerang.
Kauri Cliffs & Cape Kidnappers
28 May 2008 - Golf - Rob Jenkins
As a lover of great golf courses around the world, I now have a few notches on my belt as to some of the most beautiful and famous courses around the world. There are the old greats in Scotland the mind blowing courses in America but there will soon be another great golfing destination, New Zealand.
AFL Wants To Buy ANZ Stadium
27 May 2008 - A.F.L - Editor
The AFL wants to buy ANZ Stadium at Homebush Bay in an audacious bid to guarantee the success of its aggressive push into rugby league's heartland.
25 May 2008 - Consultancy - Laurence Gale MSc
Pearlwort is a perennial mat-forming plant with narrow leaves and tiny white flowers. Pearlwort can become a troublesome weed when allowed to spread and establish in turf. This weed can populate most soil conditions very quickly by seed.
Champions League final: 'Cracking job' done on Luzhniki Stadium pitch
24 May 2008 - Football - Press Release
David Saltman, who presided over the pitch at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff for the last two FA Cup finals before its return to Wembley, has said that, had attention not been directed at the Luzhniki Stadium pitch in the match build-up, no one would have commented on the surface at all.
New Compact from Massey Ferguson
22 May 2008 - Industry News - Mike Bird
Massey Ferguson has revised its 1500 Series compact tractor range with the introduction of the MF 1529M, a 28hp three-cylinder model with an 8 forward, 8 reverse Synchro-Shuttle transmission giving forward speeds from 2.3 - 27km/h.
Bendigo Chases Australian Open
21 May 2008 - Bowls - Editor
Bendigo Bowls Club is hoping to steal the sport's biggest event from the big smoke in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to host the Australian Open.
20 May 2008 - Consultancy - Jerry Spencer
Over the last few years a considerable amount of confusion has arisen in relation to fertilisers and chemicals containing this. Many of us are familiar with MAP and DAP (mono and di- ammonium phosphate) and possibly even MKP (monopotassium phosphate) all of which provide phosphorous derived from phosphoric acid (H3PO4).
10,000Sqm Of Turf For Royal Randwick
20 May 2008 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
About 10,000 square metres of grass is being grown in case the turf at Sydney's Randwick Racecourse is damaged during World Youth Day in July.
Atrazine Poisons Humans
19 May 2008 - Health and Safety - Editor
The Tasmanian Greens today called for a ban on the herbicide Atrazine in Tasmania following the release of a new study from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), which revealed that "significant effects on human placental cells" occur after exposure to as little as 20 parts per billion (ppb) of Atrazine which is half the Australian Drinking Water Guideline limit of 40ppb Atrazine.
Jacobsen At The Prestigious Pebble Beach
18 May 2008 - Golf - Peter Driver
Mowers manufactured in Ipswich (England) are being used at the world renowned Pebble Beach Resort in California, following a new national supply agreement with Ransomes Jacobsen's sister company in the USA.
The AFL "No to New Adelaide Stadium"
18 May 2008 - A.F.L - Editor
AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou said a new stadium, which could cost about $1 billion, could not survive without AFL football and the AFL would not play there.
The Temuka Golf Club is Undergoing An Upgrade
16 May 2008 - Golf - Editor
The Temuka Golf Club is undergoing an upgrade. Over two decades ago, a special meeting of all members of the club decided to install fairway watering throughout the course.
Kinloch Golf Course Fails
16 May 2008 - Golf - Editor
Financier Hanover Group is selling the Jack Nicklaus-designed Kinloch Golf Course in Taupo and many of the surrounding properties under mortgagee instructions after the development failed to take off.
New Head Curator For Bellerive Oval
15 May 2008 - Cricket - David Johnston
The Tasmanian Cricket Association has appointed Marcus Pamplin to take over from Cameron Hodgkins as Bellerive Oval's new head curator.
15 May 2008 - Golf - Tim Lobb
With the planet's temperature rising and worldwide concerns over 'global warming' and 'carbon footprint,' Tim Lobb, of renowned golf course architecture practice Thomson Perrett & Lobb, tells us just how green is golf? And what are course designers doing to help save the planet?
Mackay Waits On Canberra For New Stadium
14 May 2008 - Rugby - Editor
When Member for Dawson James Bidgood boarded a Canberra-bound flight yesterday, he carried with him the hopes of an entire region.