Two new general managers are appointed.
The project is expected to provide 110 full-time equivalent jobs and contribute $7.4 million in GDP to Auckland's southern area each year.
The city is placed in the top two globally for hosting the Rugby World Cup and other sporting events.
Auckland's economic development agency is expecting millions of dollars to pour into the economy from tonight's concert.
Pukekohe business welcomes a plan to bring the V8 supercars back to Pukekohe at a ratepayer cost of $10.6 million.
"Is there no end to the idiocy of councils getting involved in such ventures. No wonder ratepayers have had a gutsful."
A range of Auckland sectors cashed in on the Rugby World Cup.
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