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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Peter Cresswell tagged Stadium

The bloody thing is still costing us $190 million and counting. What's wrong with just the temporary seating for goodness's sake? That could be paid for out of the proceeds of the damn Cup!

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Sense at last? The Government has confirmed the upgrade of Eden Park will involve a new South Stand and temporary seating.

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Fresh documents have laid bare the friction that built up over Rugby World Cup Minister Trevor Mallard's vision for a waterfront stadium in Auckland. Mr Mallard's pursuit of the waterfront option triggered a deluge of letters and emails, among them a blun

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the second-most-expensive Eden Park stadium option has received a conditions-laden Resource Consent (that's the gold-plated option at left that's projected at the moment to cost us $320 million; the solid-gold option costing us $385 million-plus is now be

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Another weekly ramble through the clippings from the Not PC off-cut desk

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Dunedin architects have been working feverishly to come up with what they say is THE solution to the stadium problem. Here it is:

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Given that the bid for the 2011 Rugby World Cup was made on the basis of sub-$100 million temporary stands, and all they have on the table now is a half-a-billion Rolls Royce, do you think the Eden Park Trust Board just saw their chance at piles of your m

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As I suggested yesterday the Auckland City Council was faced with two false alternatives in their stadium vote last night: stupid, and bloody stupid. They went for bloody stupid.

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the short time for a decision isn't the only railroading going on here: cheaper and better options were peremptorily ruled out by Minister Mallard in order to oppose as two false alternatives one expensive white elephant with another in order for the Bedp

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Subsequent to discussions on the Stadium Drawings Deceptive thread, Den MT has sent me this comparision (above) generated from Warren and Mahoney's sketch drawings and with Union House as a datum -- the diagonally-braced building in the pictures -- which

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