Stadium

Public tests stadium pitch

Public tests stadium pitch

There were tackles, kicks, tries and goals on the Forsyth Barr Stadium pitch yesterday afternoon, but not a paid athlete in sight.

Stadium rate 'tax on being busy'

Stadium rate 'tax on being busy'

Business owners in Dunedin have been floored by the idea of a new targeted rate for the hospitality sector to help rescue Forsyth Barr Stadium from its financial hole.

Stadium loss rates fears

Stadium loss rates fears

Ratepayers could be asked to reach into their pockets again, or the city's bars and restaurants could be slapped with a new targeted rate, as the Dunedin City Council grapples with a $3.2 million loss from Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Report about stadium loss slips under radar

A worse-than-expected $3.2 million loss recorded by the company running Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium did not rate a mention at this week's Dunedin City Council meeting.

Mayor uneasy about stadium's contract

Mayor uneasy about stadium's contract

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has expressed concern at the decision to award an audiovisual contract for work inside the Forsyth Barr Stadium to a new, out-of-town company linked to a former Australian bankrupt.

Stadium use ideas sought

Stadium use ideas sought

The Dunedin City Council is asking the public for ideas as it searches for ways to make the most of Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Job fears as stadium contract goes out of town

Job fears as stadium contract goes out of town

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 Australian bankrupt.

Semifinal 'icing on the cake'

Semifinal 'icing on the cake'

This is the match few, including it seems the Otago Rugby Football Union, expected.

Thousands attend Stadium market

Thousands attend Stadium  market

Dunedin's newest market opened under cover yesterday.

School girls to join stallholders at new market

School girls to join stallholders at new market

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.

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