Dunedin businessmen say jobs will be on the line after an
audiovisual contract at Forsyth Barr Stadium was awarded to a
recently formed, out-of-town company with links to a former
This is the match few, including it seems the Otago Rugby
Football Union, expected.
Dunedin's newest market opened under cover yesterday.
Stallholders at the first market in Forsyth Barr Stadium on
Sunday will include some Dunedin pupils fundraising to
volunteer at an orphanage in Southeast Asia.
Former Dunedin Venues Management Ltd chief executive David
Davies is winging his way back to England after firing some
parting shots in the Forsyth Barr Stadium debate. He gave his
final interview to reporter Chris Morris.
A circling seagull caught on camera searching for a way out
of the spotlight inside Forsyth Barr Stadium is not the only
one with ruffled feathers.
Moves to bring top-level rugby league to Forsyth Barr Stadium
appear poised to pay off, after Brisbane Broncos commercial
operations manager Terry Reader reportedly visited Dunedin
The size of the challenge ahead is not lost on Darren Burden
as he prepares to become the next man to run the Forsyth Barr
In the non-stop world of sport sometimes it is is hard to
find something special.
Darren Burden, the next man to run the Forsyth Barr Stadium,
has again defended his role in a controversial contract.
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