### interest.co.nz February 11, 2009
Opinion: Don’t subsidise stadia or events without referenda
By Roger Kerr
Stadiums and events involving central and local governments are often controversial. The redevelopment of Carisbrook is a case in point.
This piece by Roger Kerr first appeared in the Otago Daily Times, August 11, 2006. Roger Kerr (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the executive director of the New Zealand Business Roundtable.
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See comment by Peter Entwisle at SkyscraperCity on the funding of Wellington’s Westpac Stadium (The Cake Tin) compared to the proposed Otago stadium.
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