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Govt was warned Adelaide Oval Hotel loan "may not be viable"

The State Government did not follow “specialist advice” on the rate of its Adelaide Oval Hotel loan because it “may not be commercially viable”, the Auditor-General has found, in a report warning the coronavirus pandemic’s ongoing impact on the stadium’s operations “may present a risk” to its ability to fulfil its loan obligations.

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A young spectator before Saturday's Showdown at Adelaide Oval. Photo: David Mariuz / AAP
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"Not remotely viable": Govt-owned event manager warns on profits, jobs

Saturday’s AFL Showdown at Adelaide Oval “would have lost tens of thousands of dollars” if not for the Commonwealth JobKeeper subsidy, according to the Adelaide Venue Management Corporation, which says it would be “unviable and irresponsible” for it to stage similar events – a decision it concedes will cost event staff jobs.

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Bid to bring city stadium proposals into light

Adelaide City Council CEO Mark Goldstone will request that elected members be briefed on rival proposals to build a new sports stadium on the park lands, after it was revealed he has been engaged in “high-level” discussions about one of the bids since 2018.