Magazine - Articles in July 2010 (Page 2)
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?
26 Jul 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
Tasmania's Premier David Bartlett says his government will not bid for AFL matches to be played at Hobart's Bellerive Oval at the expense of Launceston's York Park.
Turf Grass Association Australia Vic Cricket Wicket Seminar Wrap Up
26 Jul 2010 - Shows and seminars - Rob Jenkins
Last week saw the annual Turf Grass Association Australia Inc. Victoria Cricket Wicket Seminar take place at the MCG-Olympic Room; well, that was a mouthful. A great turn out of over 300 made it along for the informative day at the home of Cricket the MCG in Melbourne.
26 Jul 2010 - Racing / Equestrian - Editor
The redevelopment of Randwick racecourse has been boosted by the promise of $150 million from the NSW government if the proposed merger of Sydney's two race clubs goes ahead.
26 Jul 2010 - General News - Dave Raison
The recent TPA Annual Conference witnessed the end of an era for two longserving board members of TPA.
26 Jul 2010 - Golf - Press Release
We have scheduled to comence major drainage work on holes 5, 11 and 17, this drainage work will be carried out the week after the pro am on Monday 2nd of August.
Security & Theft II
25 Jul 2010 - Consultancy - Tom James
Most crime reduction measures are common sense but, sadly, they are not common practice. Tom James questions the police about security issues, investigates what deterrents there are on the market.
25 Jul 2010 - Hockey - Gavin Darby
The Samsung FIH Champions Trophy came to England for the first time in its 18 tournament history, and the England Hockey team more than stepped up to the mark immediately with a fantastic 2-1 opening day victory over reigning champions Argentina.
Call for Fake Turf at Etihad
25 Jul 2010 - A.F.L - Editor - 1 comment
Jeff Kennett says it won't be long before Etihad Stadium follows America's NFL and has a synthetic surface as the besieged venue again came under fire yesterday.
25 Jul 2010 - Golf - Editor
The impending closure of Palm Meadows golf course could be a sign of worse to come for the Gold Coast, according to the man who helped develop the course, Geoff Burchill.
24 Jul 2010 - Golf - Editor
After 83 years of continuous play, The Oaks Golf and Country Club will temporarily close its doors for renovations on Monday, August 2.
24 Jul 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
Moonee Valley Mayor Shirley Cornish does not believe the on field achievements of Essendon footballer Matthew Lloyd are enough to warrant naming an oval in his honour.
24 Jul 2010 - General News - Mark Sanderson
The world leading turf growth regulator, Primo Maxx, is now approved for mixing with line marking paint - helping to retain line visibility for up to 50% longer. It also maintains turf quality and eliminates the time, cost and inconvenience of restoring lines burnt-out with total herbicides.
23 Jul 2010 - General News - Editor
The ACT National Trust has placed Griffith Oval No1, now at the centre of a planning row between the Brumbies and residents, on a list of heritage and historically significant places judged to be most at risk.
23 Jul 2010 - Synthetics - Editor
Driving toward Dawn Blake's suburban house, you would swear she irrigates her uniformly green lawn daily
23 Jul 2010 - Golf - Editor
Twin Creeks Welcomes New General Manager
23 Jul 2010 - Golf - Mike Orloff
There used to be an old debate I'd have with some staff of mine, "who was more important, the person you are serving in front of you, or the person calling on the phone.
23 Jul 2010 - Golf - Editor
A device that allows greenkeepers to measure the smoothness of their playing greens is in the spotlight at The Open Championship this year.
22 Jul 2010 - Editorial - Press Release
The PB-770 is a backpack blower with excellent specification. With a maximum air volume of 1440 m3/h and an air speed of up to 91.1m/sec, this backpack blower has the power to clear leaves and litter from parks, streets, stadiums, parks and other public areas
22 Jul 2010 - Industry News - Press Release
Hobart, Australia's second oldest city, is dotted with classical Victorian-style gardens, parks and natural landmarks. Helping keep many of these renowned parks in top condition throughout the year is a fleet of six new Honda HRU216M1 Buffalo lawnmowers and their operators.