Troon Golf Launched 2011 Card Program
22 Sep 2010 - Golf - Brett Brooks
Troon Golf,® the leader in upscale golf course management, development and marketing is proud to announce the launch of the 2011 Troon Card Program
PILA group’s Rugby League goal posts installed at ASICS new Headquarters
22 Sep 2010 - General News - PILA Group
Your dream of playing sport and relaxing during work is now a reality. ASICS recently opened their ‘Field of dreams’ head quarters at Sydney’s Eastern Creek.
Polaris starts a Diesel Revolution
21 Sep 2010 - Industry News - Press Release
Polaris has broken new ground with the launch of the Polaris Ranger Diesel. Certainly it is ticking all the boxes and more for what you would expect of a diesel 4x4 Side x Side.
Sydney Firm gets $20m WIN Stadium Tender
21 Sep 2010 - General Sports - Editor
A Sydney construction firm will get the lion's share of more than $28 million of work on WIN Stadium's new western grandstand, NSW Premier Kristina Keneally announced yesterday.
Adelaide Oval is Simply the Best
21 Sep 2010 - Cricket - Editor
South Australia's $100 million project to revitalise its jewel of sport is on target to be ready by late October and plans have been put in motion for Adelaide Oval to be the custodian of the Sheffield Shield.
TigerTurf supports Stroke Awareness Week
20 Sep 2010 - Synthetics - Press Release - 1 comment
Here in New Zealand, TigerTurf's reputation has been built over 24 years under the Astrograss brand. TigerTurf rebranded in 2005 expanding into the global synthetic turf market.
Victorian Government Recognise Thomson Perrett’s International Success
20 Sep 2010 - Golf - Helen Perrett
Thomson Perrett has been recognised by the Victoria Government for its international success by being shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Small to Medium Services’ category of the 2010 Governor of Victoria Export Awards. The winners will be announced on 4 October at Government House.
Man Jailed for Punching Greenkeeper
20 Sep 2010 - Bowls - Editor
A man standing trial for punching the 67-year-old greenkeeper of the Mooloolaba Bowls Club was yesterday found guilty in the Maroochydore District Court of serious assault.
SACA says the MCG wicket is best in Australia
20 Sep 2010 - Cricket - Editor
SACA administrators are talking up the MCG's wickets as the best in the land. It's part of the debate as the public relations war heats up over plans for drop-in wickets at the Adelaide Oval.
Invercargill's Stadium Southland Roof Collapses
20 Sep 2010 - General Sports - Editor
Heavy snowfall in the South Island yesterday forced users of Invercargill's Stadium Southland to flee after a roof collapsed.
Dealing With Precision
19 Sep 2010 - Industry News - Rene Lubbers
Modern farming is all about getting the best out of a piece of land, no matter where you live or what conditions you face. The key to this is fine tuning the operation, and that’s where precision agriculture steps in.
Leigh Harrison - winner of the Parkland Young Amenity Horticulturist of the Year
19 Sep 2010 - Industry News - Parkland Press
Leigh Harrison is the winner of the NZRA Parkland Young Amenity Horticulturist of the Year competition
What's it all about? Algae!
18 Sep 2010 - Consultancy - Steve Nicholls
In our first article, The Wracks Progress, we looked at the historical uses of seaweed and, following the lead from the Rio Earth Summit, how many alternative uses have been, and still are being found. In this article we shall be looking at the growth, harvesting and sustainability of the seaweeds used in our ecologically superior products.
Increased Demand for Barrier Nets
17 Sep 2010 - General Sports - John Cann
Abel Sports has been busy lately installing Barrier Nets , with safety issues with errant balls from various sports , golf , football etc many Councils and Sporting organizations are turning to Barrier Netting to rectify this problem.
The $688 million World-Class Pakenham Thoroughbred Track
17 Sep 2010 - Racing / Equestrian - Press Release
The planned $688 million world-class thoroughbred racing and training facility at Tynong has been given the green light by the Brumby-government.