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DCC projects: “bearing fruit” for community

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### ODT Online Wed, 13 Jan 2010
Chin says stadium big help to Dunedin
By David Loughrey
The Forsyth Barr Stadium loomed large in Dunedin’s building activity figures last year, with the project pushing up the value of building consents for the year by $116 million. That figure made up a significant percentage of the total value of consents for the year, which added up to $289 million.
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### ODT Online Wed, 13 Jan 2010
Building confidence on rise
By David Loughrey
Building consent figures appear to show Otago has come through the recession with only limited damage, and with some major projects in the pipeline, the region could be on the verge of significant building activity.
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### ODT Online Wed, 13/01/2010 – 10:45am.
Comment by digger on Pump priming and debt
With this logic of Mr Chin’s, why don’t we really go for gold and rack up more debt spending so we ‘prosper’ more?
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CST report details subcontracts and more

### ODT Online Wed, 21 Oct 2009
Stadium bill $42m so far: trust
By David Loughrey

The Carisbrook Stadium Trust had spent $42 million of the $165.4 million cost of building the Forsyth Barr Stadium by the end of September.
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