Carisbrook's demise was the end of an era for Otago. Shawn McAvinue tracks down those lucky enough to secure a memento of the stadium before it was demolished.
The demolition of Carisbrook is entering its final stage as contractors turn their attention to the old ground's corporate box complex.
The Carisbrook roar is now silent. But is has been replaced by the rumble of machinery and squealing steel tracks. Nigel Benson makes a final visit to the 'Brook.
A limited-release rimu chopping board from the ruins of Carisbrook will push a Rotary project beyond its fundraising goal.
Rotarians have finished stripping Carisbrook of its former glory, but the sale is not over yet.
The Dunedin City Council made a bad call for the wrong reasons when it bought Carisbrook, and the nearly $3.5 million cost to ratepayers is regretted, Mayor Dave Cull says.
The sale of Carisbrook to construction company Calder Stewart has been confirmed, but details of its future remain unclear.
People wanting a slice of Carisbrook history will have their last chance in Dunedin today. A three-week fundraising sale of stadium fittings ends with a garage sale at Carisbrook today.
The Dunedin City Council is defending the decision not to hold its own auction of Carisbrook fittings, to offset the multimillion-dollar loss for ratepayers from the old ground's sale.
About $200,000 of Carisbrook memorabilia has been sold so far as sports fans across the country claim their piece of Otago sports history.
The story behind the Carisbrook purchase is detailed in more than 1000 pages of documents released by the Dunedin City Council yesterday.
Carisbrook is having a final sellout - and it promises to capture the attention of sports fans in New Zealand and around the world.
Calder Stewart will have six months to progress the development of Carisbrook, or lose a $200,000 bond, but may yet spare the terrace hospitality complex, Mayor Dave Cull says.
The Dunedin City Council's possible multimillion-dollar loss from the sale of Carisbrook does not warrant an investigation, the Office of the Auditor-general says.