Daily Archives: March 31, 2009

Of course on the good ship StS Titanic…

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In smooth pond

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Garrick Tremain kindly forwarded this view in response to a query. It was published in the Otago Daily Times on Saturday March 28, 2009.

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Channel 9: StS Town Hall public meeting

http://www.ch9.co.nz
Stadium Speeches from Town Hall to be Screened on Channel 9 – Coming soon
Channel 9 will be screening the [unedited] speeches made at the Dunedin Town Hall on Wednesday 1st April at 7.30pm and again on Sunday 5th April at 7.30pm. Link

ODT Mar 31, 2009 page 4
On the box
Coverage will be available at http://www.odt.co.nz from next Monday, April 6, entitled ‘Lifting the lid on the stadium’ [90 minutes].

UPDATE ODT Apr 1, 2009 page 4
The great stadium debate
‘Lifting the lid on the stadium’ will be available at http://www.ch9.co.nz

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StS rates revolt – the slip

### ODT Online Tue, 31 Mar 2009
Dean takes issue over rates advice

By Mark Price

University of Otago law school dean Prof Mark Henaghan is suggesting words have been attributed to him that he did not say.

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Stadium decision after Easter

### ODT Online Tue, 31 Mar 2009
Council to make stadium decision on April 20

By David Loughrey

A Dunedin City Council decision on whether to sign a contract with Hawkins Construction to build the stadium – potentially the last major decision before construction – will now be made on April 20.

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DCC and public consultation…

### ODT Online Tue, 31 Mar 2009
DCC not swayed on stadium

By David Loughrey

The Dunedin City Council yesterday effectively ignored one of two resolutions carried at Sunday’s Stop the Stadium-organised meeting, meaning the Dunedin public will not get a further chance to put their views to the council before a contract to build the stadium has been signed.

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