Dunedin is ''bulging at the seams'', with many out-of-towners
among the about 35,000 people heading to the Fleetwood Mac
concert at Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight.
A fix to Forsyth Barr Stadium's troublesome public address
system could be on the way.
The rumours are true -- Fleetwood Mac is coming to Dunedin.
Dunedin city councillors are preparing for a fresh war of
words over Forsyth Barr Stadium, following confirmation it
needs another $1.81million a year from ratepayers.
Forsyth Barr Stadium needs another $1.8 million a year from
ratepayers if its financial position is to be secured, a
Dunedin City Council review has found.
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ODT columnist Dave Cannan asked which musical act you
would most like to see at Forsyth Barr Stadium. He was
surprised by the feedback.
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.
Thousands of sporting fans are expected to converge on
Forsyth Barr Stadium for this weekend's sporting
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