After being overshadowed by an All Blacks test and a record-breaking series of Pink concerts in September last year, the Auckland hotel market managed to show a little growth last week.
The Glenfern Sanctuary manager on protecting the environment and using tourism to support conservation.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre has added another event to its 2022 calendar after winning hosting rights for the 18th Australasian Tunnelling Conference.
Construction has begun on the $60m Puhinui Station Interchange near Papatoetoe at Auckland.
The agency will investigate long-term tourism opportunities for the region from the $1.5bn series.
Hong Kong passenger movements at Auckland Airport fell to 3,045 in July, down 21.8% on the same month last year.
Auckland’s Piha Beach has been confirmed as a host for a World Surf League tour event as part of a three-year agreement between WSL, Auckland Council and the government’s major events fund.
Air Chathams started its international service from Auckland to Norfolk Island on Friday.
Next year’s Tourism Summit Aotearoa is moving to Auckland.
Hospitality group Nourish has invested $2m into an overhaul and renaming of its Britomart bar formerly known as the Northern Steamship Co.
A lack of basic cruise services means Auckland is missing out, according to an industry panel.
More than 30,000 fashionistas are expected to attend the New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland, which begins today.
Auckland Council has moved to restrict freedom camping across the region with officials looking to see how the activity can be curtailed.
AIAL has reported a 4.4% increase in underlying profit to reach $275m.
Total passenger numbers at Auckland Airport reached 21.1 million in the year to 30 June 2019, up 2.8% on the previous period, said the operator.
The NZ Cruise Association’s 2019 Conference in Auckland on 22 -23 August has shifted venue to the Aotea Centre on Queen Street.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development has been awarded Enviro-Mark® Gold certification in recognition of its sustainability efforts.
Cordis Hotels and Resorts has appointed Millbrook Resort’s Adith Almeida to be its new director of corporate sales.
The Go with Tourism jobs initiative is one of the first projects to get funding from the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy.
The $703m flagship convention centre will probably miss its already-delayed 2020 delivery date, says SkyCity’s CEO.
SkyCity Entertainment Group has seen its net profit drop 14.7% to $144.6m in the year to the end of June, rising to a 1.9% gain on a normalised basis.
The NZ Transport Agency has asked for more public feedback as it develops the design of a mooted walking and cycling path across the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Auckland Council is seeking 14 student rangers to join its regional parks team for a three-month paid internship over summer.
The Overseas Investment Office has given consent to Orams Group to expand its lease of land at Wynyard Quarter on Auckland Harbour.
The two zoos have both lost bigs cats this week due to the animals’ poor health and age.
Auckland’s inaugural winter festival, Elemental AKL, came to a close yesterday after a 31-day run which included more than 65 events and 120 participating eateries throughout the wider region.
Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari and Dolphin Planet have provided the money.
‘Business Health: Personal Health’ is the focus of Aviation NZ’s conference to be held at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland on 5 and 6 August.
The future of New Zealand’s marque cruise port, Auckland, and how its success will shape the sector will form the backbone of discussion at this year’s cruise conference.
ATEED’s GM of destination on the development of Destination AKL 2025 and the work to come in Auckland’s visitor economy.
Auckland and Queenstown have made Cvent’s inaugural top 10 list of the best meeting destinations in Australia and Oceania.
Auckland Airport is to start upgrading its roading network with up to $100m in improvements over the next two years but travellers should be prepared for traffic disruption for periods over that time.
Construction of the $150m, 311-room, 5-star hotel starts on 1 August.
SkyCity’s Sky Tower is to be lit green on Wednesday to mark the first anniversary of the Climate Leader’s Coalition and the announcement of their second pledge to combat climate change.
The managing director on building a sustainable tourism business with conservation at its heart.
The ending of Hong Kong Airline’s service from Auckland led to a fall in China visitor arrivals of 13.7% in May, says Auckland Airport in its latest passenger movements update.
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s chief executive, Graeme Stephens, on the missed opportunity around the NZ Convention Centre, a new Wellington hotel, and its “big plans” for Auckland.
Ryan Sander’s Haka Tourism Group picked up two gongs at last night’s 2019 Air New Zealand Cargo ExportNZ Awards including the Supreme Award.
Four hotel management scholarships worth $3000 each have been announced today at the 2019 New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference.
Auckland Council has deferred a decision on its proposed freedom camping bylaw.
Australian passenger movements at Auckland Airport increased by 16.7% to 76,500 in April, compared to the same month last year.
ATEED’s destination management strategy is cited in a major study on how cities can cope with tourism growth.
The Auckland attraction has struggled to lift numbers over the past three years.
The operator is aiming to have a nationwide network of 10 hotels and 10 lodges by 2025.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels NZ has renewed its lease to keep operating the country’s largest hotel, Grand Millennium Auckland.
Cruise Lines International Association global chairman and Royal Caribbean Cruises’ vice chairman, Adam Goldstein, is among a strong speaker line-up at the NZ Cruise Association’s seventh annual conference.
Auckland has secured the bid for the 34th International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI), which will see more than 500 delegates descend on the city in summer 2021.
The flagship venue has lost a number of pre-booked events.
Panuku Development Auckland has selected TOP 10 Holiday Parks operators Steve and Jeanette Edwards to run Takapuna Beach Holiday Park.
Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development’s Go with Tourism is partnering with the NZ Careers Expo to deliver its very own tourism careers expo.