The walking and cycling pathway would stretch from Westhaven to Albany.
Nine new events have been added to the Elemental AKL festival line up.
Auckland’s move to Covid-19 alert level 3 on 12 August saw passenger movements fall sharply at Auckland Airport.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s Xmas Symposium 2020 has been confirmed for 2 December 2020 at Heritage Auckland.
The New Zealand Police will host the International Association of Women Police’s annual conference in 2023.
CPG Hotel Group’s new Hotel Fitzroy, Curated by Fable has opened in Auckland.
The $200m Park Hyatt Auckland has officially opened, marking the debut of the Park Hyatt brand in New Zealand.
Auckland Council has unveiled its new seven-member board of directors to oversee the merger of Regional Facilities Auckland and ATEED.
Struggling operators considering launching a new product in the middle of a pandemic should focus on what is doable and affordable in the Covid-era.
Despite the fire, the company has launched a campaign to sell 1000 additional motorhomes, valued at over $70m.
The rest of the country will stay at level 2 until at least midnight 16 September.
Recruitment is underway for key roles to join the attraction ahead of its 2 December opening date.
It was the sixth airline to operate scheduled international freighter services to and from Auckland Airport.
The company received $337m in insurance to cover the repair bill for the NZICC blaze.
About 70 firefighters and 20 fire trucks were at the scene of a fire at a Tourism Holdings campervan worskhop in south Auckland this morning.
Operators in the region are restarting in an uncertain environment but it is not all grim for businesses.
Auckland War Memorial Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira has opened its doors to the Auckland public.
Coach tour company Voyager Tours has gone into liquidation, although the causes have yet to be revealed.
Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency has picked Fulton Hogan, HEB Construction, Aurecon, McConnell Dowell and Freyssinet to partner on its Northern Pathway project.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development is seeking volunteers for the America’s Cup.
The Auckland business closed at level 3 on 12 August but SkyCity’s Hamilton and Queenstown properties have remained open during level 2.
Indoor Zoo areas were closed where physical distancing was difficult to maintain, and the Zoo encouraged visitors to wear face masks.
A number of appointments have been made across the tourism industry as businesses look to navigate New Zealand’s Covid-era visitor market.
With no international visitors, the value of NZ’s biggest city has grown to regional tourism.
Industry urges Govt to review social distancing rules on aircraft as services stop.
CINZ’s Lisa Hopkins urges the Govt to distinguish between business events and mass gatherings.
The extra four days at level 3 will allow the city to “move down and stay down”, says Jacinda Ardern.
Peacock Sky vineyard on Waiheke Island in Auckland has been put up for sale.
People walking on closed tracks in the Waitakere Ranges can expect to be issued with trespass notices, warns Auckland mayor Phil Goff.
Auckland International Airport employees will have the chance to buy into the company after the board approved a share purchase plan.
CEO Stephen England-Hall says it is another challenge for the agency and sector to overcome.
But exactly when NZ’s borders will open fully to international travel was still anyone’s guess, says the CEO.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has revised its expected earnings results for the year ended 30 June 2020 and says it will be “outside” previous forecasts.
It has been the most challenging period it has ever faced, says the company.
The hotel maintenance worker did not have routine contact with guests, says the Govt.
The Hotel Britomart will be the first 5 Green Star hotel in New Zealand, certified by the New Zealand Green Building Council.
SkyCity Entertainment says its Auckland casino and entertainment facilities will remain closed until 26 August.
Prime minister Jacinda Ardern has moved this year’s election to 17 October because of the Auckland-based Covid-19 outbreak.
Auckland Airport total passenger volumes decreased by 84.9% in June compared with the same month last year.
Air New Zealand is extending its fare flexibility and adjusting its domestic network for the change in Covid-19 alert levels.
Auckland’s commuter trains will operate at slower speeds asd KiwiRail carries out repairs on worn tracks.
Westpac and NZIER analyse the cost of lockdowns and the impact on hard-hit tourism.
All community transmission cases will now join those detected at the border and managed-isolation hotels.
Cabinet ministers will decide in a virtual meeting at 3pm today whether to extend the Covid-19 alert levels due to expire at midnight tonight.
Auckland Airport’s runway will return to its full length on Monday 17 August after 280 large slabs of concrete were replaced.
Struggling tourism businesses are having to put much-needed bookings on hold.
Auckland Zoo has temporarily closed due to Covid-19 alert level 3 restrictions.
Auckland Transport is advising public transport users in the region to follow alert level 3 guidance and only use public transport when essential.
The operator will permit into its terminals only those booked to travel.
NZSki and Wayfare’s ski fields close for the day while other large operators make adjustments or shut Auckland businesses.