The outgoing chief executive of Dunedin Venues Management
Ltd, which runs Forsyth Barr Stadium, has been stripped of
most of his media duties ahead of his premature departure
from the role.
The man about to step down from running Forsyth Barr stadium
to work for the opposition, is in the running for New Zealand
venue executive of the year.
The man running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium has been
granted an early release from his contract, and will follow
in the footsteps of another manager who has already departed,
it has been confirmed.
In Venues Management Ltd chairman Sir John Hansen has
clarified he no longer has any connection with the
Christchurch Stadium Trust.
The man running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is joining the
opposition in Christchurch, it has been confirmed.
The operator of Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is locked in a
contract dispute with the company that controversially ousted
Dunedin audiovisual providers for work at major city venues.
Ratepayers will not be hit in the pocket again despite the
company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium missing its
mark by nearly $700,000.
New financial figures have pumped up the price of Dunedin's
Forsyth Barr Stadium to as high as $266 million.
The news Dunedin will host seven of the matches in the 2015
Fifa Under-20 World Cup is fantastic for football and
sporting fans alike - and a timely boost for the city.
The beautiful game and some of its best young players are
coming to Dunedin, with confirmation Forsyth Barr Stadium
will host seven matches during the 2015 Fifa Under-20 World
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