Stadium

Promises, politics and the stadium

Promises, politics and the stadium

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.

Stadium battle of birds venue

Stadium battle of birds venue

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.

Top-level league tipped for stadium

Top-level league tipped for stadium

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 recently.

'Eyes wide open' about challenges for stadium

'Eyes wide open' about challenges for stadium

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 Stadium.

McCaw's men herald new era

McCaw's men herald new era

In the non-stop world of sport sometimes it is is hard to find something special.

Burden reiterates he did not work on contract after signing

Burden reiterates he did not work on contract after signing

Darren Burden, the next man to run the Forsyth Barr Stadium, has again defended his role in a controversial contract.

Stadium dispute settled

Stadium dispute settled

Angry rugby fans have forced a concession from Dunedin Venues Management Ltd, after threatening to tear up membership contracts over a lounge lockout for next weekend's All Blacks test against the Springboks.

Timing of claims infuriates mayor

Timing of claims infuriates mayor

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull has accused anti-stadium campaigner Bev Butler of "descending to personality attacks" while running a smear campaign against the next boss of the Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Stadium to host winery tour concert

Stadium to host winery tour concert

Another concert has been confirmed for Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Stadium may get new turf

Stadium may get new turf

A proposal to replace the mixed grass turf inside the Forsyth Barr Stadium with a full artificial turf - at an estimated cost of $1 million - will be considered by a Dunedin City Council subcommittee examining changes to the year-old venue.

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