Kevin Norquay - "When it comes to New Zealand sport, money breeds unhappiness"
Well-known journalist Kevin Norquay will lead the discussion on the role of sports in New Zealand culture.
He will talk about how professional sport has sucked money and elite athletes
out of community sport, how that money has put untoward mental and
physical pressure on those athletes, and how the news media has followed
the money, leaving community sports behind...
When: Wednesday 28 April at 7.30pm
Where: Cafe Yaza, Montgomery Square.
Yaza opens for dining/drinks at 6.00pm
Presentation and Conversation 7.30 - 9.30pm.
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