Demetriou Angry Over SACA's Oval Comments
31 Jul 2009 - General News - Editor
AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou has rebuked the South Australian Cricket Association for revealing confidential details of stadium negotiations regarding Adelaide Oval.
21 Questions with Ron Ferguson
30 Jul 2009 - 21 Questions - Simon Kars
While Pitchcare Oceania was in New Zealand, we met up with one of our long time members Ron Ferguson from Sunnybrae Bowling Club. Join us as we ask our first set of 21 questions on our New Zealand road trip!
Stadium Plans leave World Cup Bid in Danger
30 Jul 2009 - General News - Editor
The plan to completely rebuild Member's Equity Stadium will still leave Perth in danger of missing out on staging any games if Australia's bid to host soccer's World Cup is successful.
LIVE from the TGAA Seminar in Canberra
29 Jul 2009 - Shows and seminars - Simon Kars & Rob Jenkins - 2 comments
The Turf Grass Association of Australia is presenting a one day seminar at the Hellenic Club, Canberra, Phillip, ACT. The seminar will follow a similar format to last year, with guest speakers and sponsor presentations. Come down, up or accross and join Pitchcare Oceania at the TGAA Seminar in the nations capital!
Imants BV announce takeover of Koro Systems
28 Jul 2009 - Industry News - Charmian Robinson
One year before its 125th anniversary, Dutch manufacturer Imants BV has taken over the manufacture, marketing and development of Koro-Systems.
Rectangular Stadium for Perth
28 Jul 2009 - General News - Editor
The State Government says it intends to run a new rectangular sports stadium for WA itself, after turning down a council proposal to upgrade Member's Equity Stadium and instead announcing its own plan for a $160 million dollar upgrade.
Visit to Jacobsen
27 Jul 2009 - Mechanics - Eric Kulaas
The Militant Mechanic Eric Kulaas has a visit to the Jacobsen factory in the States. Check out what Eric saw on tour and his opinion of the orange beauties.
Not Just a School
27 Jul 2009 - Schools - Simon Kars
St Joseph's College prides itself on providing students with a well-rounded, balanced education, focusing on boys' academic, physical, social, spiritual and recreation needs. The school possesses a rich and proud history dating from 1881, with many notable ‘Old Boys’ including fifty plus Australian Wallabies, numerous state/provincial Rugby Union players, several Rugby League players and various international test cricketers.
Kubota 5 Star Service
27 Jul 2009 - General News - Press Release
Good products have a knack of selling themselves, but there is more to selling a machine than simply letting a customer walk away with it. Kubota Tractor Australia (KTA), are making after sales service a high priority, and this discipline is being carried out through their dealerships in the form of a 5 Star Service Program.
Edgbaston's Concerns over 'Jelly' Pitch
25 Jul 2009 - Cricket - Editor
Steve Rouse, Edgbaston's groundsman, is faced with a familiar pre-Ashes race against time, after heavy rain throughout a wet fortnight put back the preparations of the venue's Test pitch for the second time in four years.
Parkland Field Days July 2009
24 Jul 2009 - Industry News - Editor
Thanks to everyone who visited us at this year’s Fieldays – 10-13th June at Mystery Creek. Although the event wasn’t totally dry it did not put a damper on anyone’s spirits including our clients, visitors to the stand and even our staff.
ISS Australia Chooses Kubota
24 Jul 2009 - General News - Press Release
ISS Australia have a new fleet of Kubota equipment to take up the challenge of maintaining the Shire of Melton’s parks and gardens in outer Melbourne.
L4100 an exciting new addition to the Kubota Tractor Range
23 Jul 2009 - Industry News - Press Release
The new Kubota L4100 mid-range tractor now joins the well established L3200 standard tractor model that has proved so popular with a wide variety of customers. For those who want a straightforward tractor with power, speed and exceptional versatility, the L4100 is an ideal choice.
STRESS hype or reality?
22 Jul 2009 - Consultancy - Rosemary Anderson
Although stress has become a buzzword of the 20th Century and most people think they know what stress is, the whole concept of stress is actually very poorly understood.
$100-million Ballarat G.C Redevelopment Reaches the Halfway Mark.
21 Jul 2009 - Golf - Editor
Work on an estimated $100-million Ballarat Golf Club redevelopment has reached the halfway mark.