Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Dry zone wanted in stadium area

Dry zone wanted in stadium area

Concerns about a cocktail of booze, students and the Cricket World Cup have prompted Dunedin police to seek a temporary alcohol ban in the area around Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Not a good look: Cull

Not a good look: Cull The Dunedin City Council is to review parking arrangements at Forsyth Barr Stadium, after Wilson Parking's $65 fines were slammed as ''exorbitant and unreasonable'' by Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull yesterday.

Volunteers bitter from $65 'fines' harshness

Volunteers bitter from $65 'fines' harshness

Altruism has come with a $65 price tag for Dunedin volunteers parked at Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Stadium parking: readers tell their stories

Stadium parking: readers tell their stories

Readers flooded the ODT yesterday with comments about penalties incurred at the Forsyth Barr Stadium and other car-parks run by Wilson Parking.

Car park penalty 'unlawful'

Car park penalty 'unlawful'

Southern lawyers say motorists hit by a $65 fine or ''breach notice'' charged by a private car park provider at its pay and display machines have been handed a penalty that is not legal.

Developments in Octagon design experiment

Developments in Octagon design experiment

New seating will be installed temporarily in place of the two plane trees removed from the Octagon this week.

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