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DVML lease means station fully tenanted

The Dunedin Railway Station is fully tenanted, following confirmation Dunedin Venues Management Ltd (DVML) has leased a space there.

Stadium act under wraps

Dunedin Venues Management Ltd continues to be in talks about bringing another international act to Forsyth Barr Stadium, but any guesses as to who that might be are simply conjecture at this stage, a spokeswoman says.

DVML debt much understated

Where is the Dunedin City Council with its budget and how much the stadium is costing the council and ratepayers? The deputy chairman of the finance committee, Cr Richard Thomson, explains the official council view while council critic Calvin Oaten adds up all the costs as he sees them.

DVML in talks about another international concert act

Forsyth Barr Stadium could host its third major international concert later this year, just months after Paul Simon appears on stage.

DVML $750,000 profit from hosting rugby games

DVML $750,000 profit from hosting rugby games

Dunedin Venues Management Ltd has revealed another healthy profit of more than $750,000 from hosting the All Blacks and Highlanders.

DVML books $36,475 profit from ITM Cup

DVML books $36,475 profit from ITM Cup

The company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium is celebrating a rare financial win after confirming a small profit from this year's ITM Cup rugby season.

Dunedin losing ground on event incentives

Dunedin losing ground on event incentives

Dunedin could face multimillion-dollar competition from New Zealand's largest cities if it opts for a new events fund to lure more big acts to Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Stadium loss rates fears

Stadium loss rates fears

Ratepayers could be asked to reach into their pockets again, or the city's bars and restaurants could be slapped with a new targeted rate, as the Dunedin City Council grapples with a $3.2 million loss from Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Stadium finances dismay

Stadium finances dismay

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says the Forsyth Barr Stadium's finances are "not sustainable", after confirmation the company running the venue lost nearly $1 million more than expected in its first year of operation.

Firm got $40,000 to replace Davies

The recruitment company searching for David Davies' replacement at Dunedin Venues Management Ltd was paid $40,500 for its work, new figures confirm.

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