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Fans flock to new stadium

Fans flock to new stadium

It has been built, they have come, but unfortunately - last night anyway - they went away sad.

Limited test tickets on offer

Limited test tickets on offer

Tickets for the All Blacks v Springboks test go on sale on Monday for residents south of the Waitaki River, but the offer is not open for long.

Sunday market for stadium

Sunday market for stadium

First came Elton John, and cowboys will soon move in, but the latest announcement concerning the Forsyth Barr Stadium has a more local flavour.

DVML, stadium review to begin next week

DVML, stadium review to begin next week

A major review of Forsyth Barr Stadium and the company running it is about to begin, amid confident talk the roofed venue can yet be made to pay its way.

Talk of Dunedin Coldplay gig denied

Talk of Dunedin Coldplay gig denied

It remains unclear whether a possible Coldplay concert in Dunedin was discussed between promoters and venue management.

Tough time over budgets confronts councillors

A busy week looms for Dunedin city councillors, who will today participate in a full council meeting, followed by at least three days of deliberating on the council's draft annual and long-term budgets, during which some big decisions must be made - in the light of bad news last week about Forsyth Barr Stadium finances.

Stadium bill to hit $224.4m

Stadium bill to hit $224.4m

Failings within the Dunedin City Council are to be scrutinised after an independent review criticised budget blowouts and unauthorised spending within the Forsyth Barr Stadium construction project.

DVML shortfall - cost-cutting begins

A fresh round of cost-cutting is under way at the Dunedin City Council as it scrambles to cover a projected $2.4 million loss by the company running the Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Cull's comments anger Farry

Cull's comments anger Farry

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has "stooped to innuendo and baseless allegations" in commenting about funding arrangements for Forsyth Barr Stadium, Carisbrook Stadium Trust (CST) chairman Malcolm Farry says.

Graham, Mains each seek $500,000-plus in damages

Graham, Mains each seek $500,000-plus in damages

Otago Rugby Football Union board members Wayne Graham and Laurie Mains are together seeking more than $1 million in damages from Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull over allegations of defamation, court documents show.

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