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Summer Roundup: Tuesday 12 January

12 Jan 2021  By Staff Reporter | news@tourismticker.com | @tourismticker

Fishing at Kaikōura. Image: TT

The Ticker resumes publishing articles again on its website on Monday 11 January and its daily Morning Bulletin industry newsletter for tourism professionals returns on Monday 18 January.


National

Great Barrier business owners struggling to keep up with influx of tourists
Newshub

Rotorua’s Redwoods Treewalk makes Lonely Planet top 10 list
RDP

Tauranga tourism sector survives summer but braces for unknown
BOP Times (sub)

Visitors flock to Bay of Plenty now but accommodation providers fearful of future
BOP Times (sub)

Deadly Waikato intersection on route to The Shire now not so deadly
Stuff

Le Laperouse cruise of New Zealand to set sail in February
Newshub

Cruising ‘off the beaten track’
Gisborne Herald

Bluebridge passenger leaves car stuck in Nelson after cancellation confusion
Stuff

Covid-19: Ban on UK flights should be considered – Professor Nick Wilson
RNZ

Government accused of being ‘too relaxed’ over new Covid strains
RNZ

City ‘Plan D’ campaign bears fruit
ODT

Hotels nationwide still struggling in the wake of a disastrous 2020
TVNZ

Pandemic pain sees hotel room income fall 40 per cent
Stuff

Hotel rooms still more than 50% cheaper
BusinessDesk

Mt Ruapehu drops back to alert level one
RNZ

Health warning issued over possible toxic algae in Canterbury lake
TVNZ

Couple urge Stratford council to do more to encourage protection of heritage buildings
TDN

Woman says seized cherries chomped by airline staff
ODT

Battle of Te Ruapekapeka: Remembrance heals rifts of 175 years ago
Northern Advocate

Start your engines, Frankton Thunder gears up for what could be its biggest year yet
Stuff

Tour company goes all Field of Dreams with ‘epic’ mini-golf course
Marlborough

Blue ducks and birdsong create the perfect job for long-time hut warden
Stuff


International

Carnival lost US$10.2bn last year—but says it can survive 2021 without cruises
Fortune

Carnival sees near US$2bn in quarterly loss as cruise cancellations weigh
Reuters

Global Infrastructure Partners agrees £3.4bn deal for Signature Aviation
FT

TTF: Aus federal government must work toward ‘uniformity of response’ to COVID-19
News.com.au

The top 8 travel risks for 2021
PhocusWire

EasyJet secures new five-year US$1.87bn loan with UK guarantee
Reuters

Indonesia divers search wreckage as black box hunt resumes
BBC

Indonesia Crash: What to Know About the Boeing Plane
NY Times

Passengers at Heathrow down by 73% in 2020 due to Covid
The Guardian

Travel body rejects compulsory Covid-19 shots as experts say herd immunity not close
Reuters

Thai minister proposes ‘golf quarantine’ to boost tourism
Reuters

New Airfare Hedging Tool Approved to Help Airlines With Volatile Revenue Swings
Skift

OYO raises US$7.4m as part of Series F round
PhocusWire

Creditors consider action against Air Seychelles in Etihad debt saga
Reuters

Hilton Bans All Political Spending, Choosing Not to Target Trump Vote Supporters
Skift

Virgin Atlantic close to US$230m sale and leaseback deal for two planes
Reuters

Tourists Are Returning to Cancún. But Workers’ Fears About COVID-19 Never Went Away
Time

How coronavirus is threatening tourism on the road to Peru’s Machu Picchu
National Geographic

Tourism in South Africa: an industry under lockdown fights for its own survival
Deutsche Welle

Cuomo Proposes Extending Manhattan’s High Line to New Train Hall
Bloomberg

 


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