Fri, 01 Jun 2012 7:00p.m.
In tight economic times, many people don't have the discretionary income to spend on entertainment, so cinema chains and sports venues around the world are suffering.
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6/06/2012 7:10:11 p.m.
perhaps there aren't as many people interested in rugby. There is a raft of other sports out there and I expect a lot of people are more interested in watching these or taking part. Lets be honest rugby is reported to death.
3/06/2012 6:55:14 p.m.
This is what happens when a small percentage of the population hold all the wealth. A small percentage of the population go to the footy...
3/06/2012 4:40:52 p.m.
About time the mighty Naki got in on the super 15. Its too hard to go five hours to watch your home team play. Yarrows stadium would be fill every week if the naki got a super team
3/06/2012 8:36:02 a.m.
-a bit like the Rugby world cup where the gvt congratulated its self for not losing as much as it thought it would.
2/06/2012 7:40:45 p.m.
Fair NZer wrote:
All tickets should be subsidised by SKYTV showing these games live...why bother to battle the extreme weather, transport, expensive tickets, poor food and drinks.
2/06/2012 3:07:01 p.m.
Westpac Stadium only has itself to blame for poor attendances. Its policy to ban food or drink from being brought into the stadium has discouraged many families from attending. This is compounded by the exorbitant prices charged for venue refreshments. Moreover, the stadium is under-used as management have failed to interest music promoters to bring shows to the venue. In fact I recall a couple of years ago a promoter refused to bring any more shows to Westpac due to what I understand was a bad experience with management.
2/06/2012 12:13:07 a.m.
Jacob Mangin wrote:
Move the Hurricanes to Yarrow in the Naki and seats will be filled.
1/06/2012 11:35:34 p.m.
WELL ALL THESE SPORTS STARS LIKE RIDGE AND RADIO LIVE AND MICHAEL JONES ETC TOLD PEOPLE TO GO OUT AND VOTE FOR MESSIAH JOHN KEY ITS THEIR OWN FAULT . ITS THEIR BED THEY CAN LIE IN IT THE MADE IT .THE SPORTS FRATERNITY CAN BLAME ITS SELF .
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