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Fix sought for sound issues as sales curbed

Fix sought for sound issues as sales curbed

Forsyth Barr Stadium officials are looking to solve the venue's sound problems after confirming ticket sales for major concerts are being restricted as a short-term fix.

Time to go, stadium head says

Time to go, stadium head says

Changes to the way Forsyth Barr Stadium is run will allow it to push for bigger acts, the outgoing chairman of the company which runs the facility says.

Crystal ball 'out', but city needs to 'get over' debate

Crystal ball 'out', but city needs to 'get over' debate

The crystal ball was broken when the Dunedin City Council decided to build Forsyth Barr Stadium, but it is too late for a refund.

Davies not worried about Wellington's roof

Davies not worried about Wellington's roof

The man in charge of Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium says he has ''bigger fish to fry'' than worry about whether Wellington will add a roof to its stadium.

Hedderwick gets all clear; DVML criticised

Hedderwick gets all clear; DVML criticised

Independent auditors have given a former Forsyth Barr Stadium manager the all clear following claims of inappropriate spending, but the company running the venue has not escaped unscathed.

Confidence football will be popular

Confidence football will be popular

Dunedin Venues Management Ltd is to underwrite next month's top-tier football clash between English Premier League team Newcastle United and Sydney FC at Forsyth Barr Stadium, it has been confirmed.

Hopes for sellout Kiwis test in Dunedin

Hopes for sellout Kiwis test in Dunedin

The Kiwis are coming back to Dunedin - after 86 years - and it is hoped the test will be a sellout.

DVML's new head seeks iconic events

DVML's new head seeks iconic events

The new broom in charge of Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium says the venue can still find success by attracting more big concerts and creating ''iconic'' events.

DVML head slams Butler's allegations

DVML head slams Butler's allegations

Allegations of inappropriate spending by a former manager at Forsyth Barr Stadium have prompted an angry retort from the company running the venue.

Company threatening to charge for OIA answers

Company threatening to charge for OIA answers

The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is threatening to charge for future responses to official information requests after being inundated with questions from stadium critic Bev Butler.

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