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Marshall's city arena to cost $80m a year to run

UPDATED: The Marshall Government’s mooted $700 million new city arena and sporting complex would provide a much-needed “sugar-hit” to the state’s economy, despite costing taxpayers in the order of $80 million a year to run, the corporation behind the plan has told a parliamentary committee.

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Labor's hydrogen plant proposal and, inset, an impression of Marshall's new city arena.
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Infrastructure SA questions flagship Labor, Liberal election policies

EXCLUSIVE | The state’s infrastructure assessment panel has raised red flags on both the Government and Opposition’s major election priorities, confirming it sent a first-draft Liberal plan to bring soccer to the city back to the drawing board – and warning Labor’s hydrogen plan will require further investment totalling “hundreds of millions of dollars”.

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Questions over Marshall's $700m city stadium plan

UPDATED | The Marshall Government has revived its on-again, off-again city stadium plan as the centrepiece of its re-election campaign, with the anticipated $700 million project aimed at also attracting global conferences – leaving soccer mired at Hindmarsh.