Darley Racing Renovations
31 Jul 2010 - Racing / Equestrian - Sally Green
Green Horticultural Group were appointed by Darley Racing to undertake renovations to their sand race track at their new facilities at Osborne Park – a total track area of 9,000m2.
Multiplex Group settles $110m Wembley Stadium claim
31 Jul 2010 - General News - Editor
Brookfield Multiplex advised on July 21 that the Multiplex Group had settled the claims for $110 million, inclusive of legal costs.
What is a 1% Saving Worth to your Club's Operation?
30 Jul 2010 - Golf - Mike Orloff
Simple maths show that for every 1% reduction in your 'cost of goods' (COG) you will save $10,000 per $1million in revenue you receive each year.
Etihad Confident of Stable Surface
30 Jul 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
Etihad Stadium chief executive Ian Collins is confident the playing surface will be in an acceptable condition for all matches it is scheduled to host this weekend.
FIFA Panel Winding up OZ Tour
30 Jul 2010 - Football - Editor
The final chance for Australia's 2022 World Cup bid team to impress the visiting FIFA delegation will arrive today when its whirlwind three-day inspection tour concludes.
The Drain Brain
30 Jul 2010 - Consultancy - Jonathan Tucker STRI
Quite simply, sustainable drainage systems aim to mimic, as closely as possible, the natural drainage of a site, in order to manage the impact of development in terms of flood risk and water pollution.
All Blacks not Getting to Train at Etihad Stadium
29 Jul 2010 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Graham Henry admitted frustration at the All Blacks not getting to train at Etihad Stadium but both New Zealand and Wallabies camps played down the growing controversy over the playing surface for Saturday night's clash in Melbourne.
Mayor Draws Line in Sand on Centenary Oval Cost.
29 Jul 2010 - General News - Editor
Port Lincoln mayor Peter Davis says the council will draw a financial line in the sand over future funding for an upgrade of the city's Centenary Oval.
Why We Need More Par-Three Courses
28 Jul 2010 - Golf - Editor
Mike Keiser, who commissions everything at the Bandon Dunes complex in Oregon as a golf purist's fantasy, is building a fifth course to add to his famous four.
Technology and teamwork ensure perfect playing conditions at Old Course, St Andrews
28 Jul 2010 - Golf - Press Release
New Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen and his caddie Zack Rasego were not the only partnership celebrating on the 18th green of St Andrews last week
UWA Pesticide Leaching Workshop
28 Jul 2010 - Education - Brendon Cant
A better understanding of pesticides and the risks associated with their routine application to vegetation in Western Australian urban, natural and agricultural environments will improve the management of potential public health and environmental risks.
$50 million plan for Ballarat AFL stadium
28 Jul 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
A Secret plan is believed to have been hatched by the State Government that will see a $50 million AFL-standard stadium built in Ballarat.
Relocation of Etihad games a possibility
27 Jul 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
The relocation of AFL games from Etihad Stadium will be considered if there is a repeat of the slippery conditions which confronted Hawthorn and St Kilda players in their round 17 match last Friday night.
Etihad Turf must Improve, says AFL
27 Jul 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
AFL Operations manager Adrian Anderson says the League was “very disappointed” with the slipperiness of the Etihad Stadium turf during the match between Hawthorn and St Kilda last Friday night.
Randwick Renovations to give Cash Flow a Boost
27 Jul 2010 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
Why build flash Randwick grandstands for once-a-year racegoers, reaching capacity about twice in a season, when Australian Jockey Club training facilities urgently need improvements?