Permanently fixing problems with Forsyth Barr Stadium's
public address system would cost between $500,000 and
The temperature is rising in Dunedin's mayoral race as
incumbent Dave Cull and one of his fiercest rivals go
head-to-head over credit for slashing the Forsyth Barr
Stadium interest bills by $128 million.
The organisers of today's inaugural Dunedin Craft Beer and
Food Festival are confident it will be a success and expect a
crowd of about 2500.
Forsyth Barr Stadium is to be renamed for Otago's first
defence of the Ranfurly Shield against Hawkes Bay on Sunday.
Another national first is being staged at the Forsyth Barr
Stadium in Dunedin.
Heads will not roll over the Forsyth Barr Stadium budget
blowout, but the total bill could rise again to more than
$260 million, it has been revealed.
The Forsyth Barr Stadium crowd is diversifying, but the
punters still love their beer and chips, the company running
the venue says.
The former boss of Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium has swapped
one thorny stadium debate for another.
The promoter of a Fleetwood Mac concert scheduled for Dunedin
later this year is angry at being charged a $50,000 fee after
the cancellation of the concert.
Down by the foreshore, across from the university, there sits
a structure which has divided the Dunedin community like none
other in many a year. It is, of course, Forsyth Barr Stadium.
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