Daily Archives: February 16, 2011

The long awful admission for our king sport, DVML

### ODT Online Wed, 16 Feb 2011
DVML prepared for declining interest in rugby
By David Loughrey
A decline in interest in attending rugby matches, due in part to “wall-to-wall” television coverage, should not affect revenue at the city’s new stadium, Dunedin Venues Management Ltd (DVML) chief executive David Davies said yesterday. The decline had already been identified and worked into the budgets for Forsyth Barr Stadium, he said.
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South Dunedin – better not wreck it

DCC media releases

South Dunedin’s First Heritage Open Day (14 Feb 2011) On Saturday, 19 February, a number of South Dunedin heritage treasures will be open and on display for free guided tours.

Grant Available For King Edward Street Facades (14 Feb 2011) The Dunedin City Council has launched a one-off grant for South Dunedin building owners which aims to help to improve the overall look of King Edward Street

LET’S “CREATE” TRUE HERITAGE VALUE . . .

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