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Call for new stadium events fund backed

Call for new stadium events fund backed

Dunedin city councillors support a new $400,000 annual fighting fund to lure more major concerts, and the millions of dollars of extra spending that comes with them, to Dunedin.

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Paul Simon for stadium

Paul Simon for stadium

Paul Simon is bringing his guitar and hits from several decades to Forsyth Barr Stadium.

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.

Response to stadium letter 'encouraging'

Response to stadium letter 'encouraging'

Dunedin businessman Ian Taylor is heartened by the ''huge support'' he has gained for his open letter to the Forsyth Barr Stadium's board.

Lessons learnt from Credit Sails deal

Lessons learnt from Credit Sails deal

Forsyth Barr managing director Neil Paviour-Smith has been reflecting carefully on events of the past few days and believes some lessons have been learned from the Credit Sails agreement announced on Tuesday.

$750,000 a year for community use of stadium

$750,000 a year for community use of stadium

Details of a deal under which the Dunedin City Council will spend $750,000 a year to subsidise greater community use of the Forsyth Barr Stadium have been confirmed.

Stadium use: Dog walking, dope growing suggested

Stadium use: Dog walking, dope growing suggested

How would you like to walk your dog, graze your sheep, or stroll across the roof of Forsyth Barr Stadium?

Stadium transformed for international rodeo

Stadium transformed for international rodeo

Horses, clowns and heavy machinery were let loose as Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin was transformed into an indoor rodeo arena for the first time yesterday.

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.

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