The Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre
31 May 2010 - Consultancy - Sally Green
The Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre can accommodate a range of track and field events. Built to Olympic and International Accredited Athletic Federation Standards it's returfing job had to be of the highest class.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!
31 May 2010 - Consultancy - Nigel Fahey
Soil micro-organisms are frequently referred to when the subject of soil is raised, but this substantial subject is seldom covered in more than superficial terms. Soil micro-organisms play a vital role in the biological processes that occur in healthy living soil.
Groundsmanís Charitable Deeds for Tsunami-Ravaged Phuket
31 May 2010 - Cricket - Editor
A groundsmanís charitable deeds hope to ensure the tsunami-ravaged community of Phuket continues to recover from its devastating natural disaster six years ago.
The Greg Normans Designed Danang Golf Club.
30 May 2010 - Golf - Press Release
Less than a month after unveiling the most authentic links-style course in Southeast Asia, Danang Golf Club has drawn the curtains back on its sophisticated new website, www.dananggolfclub.com.
Divot Divas at the British Open
30 May 2010 - Golf - Editor - 1 comment
When it comes to keeping things neat and tidy, a womanís touch is often best. And it would appear the same rule applies to top-class golf courses.
Rain Bird announces new range of fixed depth magnetic flow meters
30 May 2010 - General News - Press Release
Rain Bird Australia can now supply a series of three state-of-the-art, highly sophisticated fixed depth insertion electromagnetic flow meters for use with conductive liquids in pipe sizes between 80 and 200 mm.
$500,000 Anonymous Donation to Maungakiekie Golf Club
30 May 2010 - Golf - Editor
A $500,000 donation from an anonymous source has enabled Maungakiekie Golf Club to chip itself out of a financial bunker.
Adelaide Oval Farce
29 May 2010 - General News - Editor - 2 comments
Was there ever a more deceptive, incompetent and shabby political exercise in post-State Bank South Australian history than the farce the upgrade of Adelaide Oval has become?
Can America Catch the Cricket Bug?
29 May 2010 - Cricket - Editor
For a team sport to succeed in the United States, it usually needs to have been born there. A sport that can last for ages; sometimes doesn't produce a winner; and looks to many American eyes like a deeply weird version of baseball where the ball bounces, nothing much happens if a batter misses it, and you're never quite sure who's winning? It's a longshot.
Bateau Bay Sporting Complex
28 May 2010 - A.F.L - Sally Green
The rehabilitation and redevelopment of the Bateau Bay Landfill site includes the construction of a high quality AFL oval and two junior soccer fields.
The Keeper of the hallowed turf
28 May 2010 - Cricket - Tom James
Mick Hunt is celebrating twenty-five years as head groundsman at one of the most prestigious sporting venues in the world, the iconic Lordís. Tom James talks to him about his career and the pressures he faces to maintain the hallowed turf which is the home of cricket!
Ted Baker elected as AGCSA Board trade representative
27 May 2010 - Industry News - Press Release
Globe Australiaís Ted Baker has been elected by AGCSA trade members to the position of AGCSA board trade representative for the next two years.
Autumn & Winter Diseases
27 May 2010 - Consultancy - Greencast
With cool wet weather slowly beginning to move into some areas, it is a good time to look forward to some of the common diseases that can be expected to occur.
World's Fastest Lawnmower
27 May 2010 - On The Light Hearted Side - Press Release
On Saturday 22nd May, the Countax Runningblade mower broke the record for the World's Fastest Lawnmower, by travelling at 86.069mph at Pendine Sands in Wales.
Groundsman Unearths a Giant Dinosaur
27 May 2010 - On The Light Hearted Side - Editor
A school student and groundsman have unearthed a giant dinosaur-like sea creature in a vegie garden, 100 million years after the ancient inland sea it once roamed dried up.
2010 Football World Cup: TORO has already taken the field
26 May 2010 - Football - Parkland Press
As world cup fever sweeps across the globe, TORO has already taken the field. Preparing the turf in South Africaís top stadiums. Preparing for battle Ė the FIFA World Cup, 11 June 2010.
Irrigation and Sports Turf Management Workshop
26 May 2010 - Education - Jenny Zadro
This years annual workshop will cover Irrigation and Sports Turf Management. The workshop will look at the latest remote controllers and remote sensors, water storage, water testing techniques and irrigation scheduling.
Sporting Amenities Guide to Workplace Safety
26 May 2010 - Health and Safety - Francesca Pottinger
With approximately 34,000 cases of skin cancer and 200 melanomas caused by sun exposure in the workplace every year, Pro-Visual Publishing has responded with a call for education with its 2009/10 edition of the Sporting Amenities Guide to Workplace Safety.
John Deere Reports Second-Quarter Earnings Of $547 Million
25 May 2010 - Industry News - Press Release
Net income attributable to Deere & Company was $547.5 million, or $1.28 per share, for the second quarter ended April 30, compared with $472.3 million, or $1.11 per share, for the same period last year.