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The unseen work of football ground staff, who ensure the grass is always greener
While pitches at Euro 2016 have struggled to cope with unseasonably heavy rain, England’s dreary weather has made Premier League ground staff world experts.
DCMS committed to sport funding despite Brexit – although emergency Budget...
Government funding for Sport England and UK Sport is not expected to be cut as a result of the UK voting to leave the European Union – although the landscape could change if chancellor George Osbor
Sport England makes six new board appointments
Swimming World Champion Karen Pickering, Sported chief executive Chris Grant and Leicestershire County Cricket Club CEO Wasim Khan are among the six new appointments to Sport England’s board.
Government invests £10m in rugby league infrastructure as part of World Cup bid
The government has pledged to plough £10m (US$13.2m, €12m) into rugby league infrastructure in the north of England as part of a bid to host the 2021 World Cup.
Turfcare advice at SAPCA Sports Surfaces Symposium
IOG regional pitch advisors, Andy Clarke and Darren Symonds, both of which work within the FA, ECB, RFL and Sport England-funded Grounds & Natural Truf Improvement Programme, will be hosting a
Outdoor Demonstrations Return to SALTEX 2016
The organisers of SALTEX have announced that outdoor working demonstrations will be returning to the 2016 exhibition, which will be held on 2 and 3 November at the NEC, Birmingham.
European Commissioner confirms glyphosate license will be extended
Over recent months Andriukaitis has led the European Commission's attempts to get member states to reach an agreement on whether to extend glyphosate's license.
SALTEX 2016 Launches Photo Competition
Organisers of SALTEX 2016, which is being held on 2 and 3 November at the NEC, Birmingham, have launched a new photo competition in which one winner will receive two VIP tickets to SALTEX and the I
EU committee unable to agree on glyphosate
Glyphosate's license will expire in six days unless the European Commission steps in to relicense the popular chemical, after an EU appeals committee returned "no opinion" on the matter.
The EU Referendum
A statement by the Institute of Groundsmanship