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Scoop FULL COVERAGE of Rugby World Cup Stadium

Scoop FULL COVERAGE of Rugby World Cup Stadium

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and Mahoney architectsSport News: Govt Details Why It Prefers Waterfront Stadium - Minister for the Rugby World Cup Trevor Mallard today announced that following a review of stadium options for Auckland the government has a strong preference for a national stadium on Auckland’s CBD waterfront. See... Waterfront stadium is government preference
Video.ALSO Video: Here is an animation video of the proposed stadium courtesy of Warren and Mahoney architects. See... Video: Animation Of Proposed Waterfront Stadium

  • Maori Party - Maori Party Disgusted at Govt Failure To Consult
  • ACT New Zealand - The Great White Whale On Auckland's Waterfront
  • Greens - City of Sails - not Stadium City
  • NoMoreRates.Com - No Ratepayer Funding for Stadium
  • Auckland City - Auckland CC welcomes waterfront stadium preference
  • Tourism Industry Association - ‘Tourism taxes’ disastrous for Auckland – TIA
  • Motel Association - Bed Tax!
  • Eden Park - Eden Park optimistic, wants robust evaluation
  • Hotel Council - Stadium tax threatens jobs and businesses
  • NZ First - Stadium Needs Cast-Iron Guarantees
  • Auckland Heart of the City - Stadium Steps in Right Direction
  • No More Rates - Stadium Non-Decision Leaves Ratepayers Guessing
  • NoMoreRates.Com - It Must be North Harbour Stadium
  • Auckland Councillors - Carlaw Park Option Must Be Put On Table
  • The Letter Limited - The Letter – Monday, 13 November 2006
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