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MAXX out on Air NZ Cup rugby at North Harbour

ARTA Media Release
18 August 2008


MAXX out on Air New Zealand Cup rugby at North Harbour

On Sunday 24 August, rugby fans can avoid parking hassles and catch the bus to North Harbour Stadium to watch QBE North Harbour take on Waikato in the Air New Zealand Cup, kicking off at 2.35pm.

A great way to get to North Harbour Stadium is to catch the Northern Express bus service, which operates from Britomart (Stop D1) to Albany Park and Ride, travelling along all Northern Busway stations. A regular timetable will be operating, and normal fares apply.

A shuttle bus service operates between Albany Park and Ride and North Harbour Stadium, commencing one hour before the game. Tickets are $1.00 per person, each way. This shuttle bus service is operated by North Harbour Stadium and Bayes Coachlines.

Aucklanders planning to use public transport to and from the Air New Zealand Cup game at North Harbour Stadium can get more information from MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz

For additional information on the North Harbour versus Waikato game visit www.stadium.co.nz


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