Hawke’s Bay Regional Council will spend the next three days hearing and considering submissions to its draft Long Term Plan, called Facing our Future 2018-28.
The Hastings District Council is working with stakeholders to review the options presented by Craggy Range Winery at a meeting held with stakeholders on Monday 7 May, as well as other ideas presented by the community.
A new airport terminal for Gisborne will help boost passenger numbers and improve the visitor experience to the region, say tourism leaders.
East Coast iwi Ngāti Porou and Air New Zealand have partnered to promote tourism and generate economic and social growth in Tairāwhiti Gisborne.
The hotly anticipated F.A.W.C! Food and Wine Classic Winter 2018 programme launched this week, packed full of 60+ tasty events spanning four weekends, from 1 – 24 June 2018.
This year the TECNZ event will be hosted in the sunny Hawke’s Bay from 8 – 9 August.
Hawke’s Bay Police have noticed more emergency calls for assistance by walkers and hikers becoming stranded on the track from Clifton Motor Camp out to the Gannet Colony at Cape Kidnappers.
Hawke’s Bay Tourism has launched a push to attract visiting backpackers to come and pick fruit in Hawke’s Bay.
Destination Marlborough, the region’s destination marketing agency has appointed Daniel Winner as the new Trade Development Manager.
It’s almost time to gear up, kit out and hit the superb Hawke’s Bay trails for the sixth annual Big Easy.
Local parks are in for a magical makeover thanks to a virtual reality app launched in collaboration with national Parks Week.
Regional tourism leaders have welcomed the government’s investment in developing new products and expect more to come from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund in further rounds.
Tourism in Northland, Tairāwhiti-East Coast, Hawke’s Bay, Manawatū-Whanganui and the West Coast will be among the first beneficiaries of the first deployment from the $1bn Provincial Growth Fund.
The Taupō and Hawke’s Bay regions have been showcased to more than 33.5 million Chinese viewers in a Chef Nic episode launched this month.
Keith Sutton has been appointed chairman of Eastland Group Limited, Eastland Network Limited, Eastland Port Limited and Gisborne Airport Limited.
Napier Port has released its annual results for the 2017 financial year, reporting record cargo volumes and a strong financial result.
Rocket Lab has scrubbed its planned launch today citing orbital traffic and weather factors for the postponement.
Around 250 tourism industry professionals will be heading to the Hawke’s Bay next year after the region secured the Tourism Export Council Conference 2018.
Ahuriri’s iconic National Tobacco Company building, which closed last year for maintenance and redevelopment, is open for business.
F.A.W.C! Food and Wine Classics 2017 Summer Series kicked off on Friday with the annual F.A.W.C! Launch Party with Hawkes Bay Winemakers at Black Barn Vineyards.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2017 Beautiful Awards.
The major new exhibition showcases the dramatic stories, histories, treasured taonga and the exceptional artistry of the Gisborne iwi.
The former NZ marketing manager for Australia’s RedBalloon has begun his role as general manager of tourism at Activate Tairāwhiti.
Strong passenger growth and the resulting demands on existing airport infrastructure has led Hawke’s Bay Airport Limited to finalise plans for a major airport terminal expansion.
Hawke’s Bay’s fight to stop a controversial water conservation order (WCO) on two of its largest rivers is gaining momentum.
Three of Napier city centre’s art deco and character buildings are to receive more than $180,000 for earthquake strengthening work.
For almost 30 years, Clearview Estate has been a favourite destination for Hawke’s Bay visitors and locals alike.
Clearview Estate Winery and Restaurant, Prinsy’s Tours and Kennedy Park Resort were among the winners honoured at the 2017 Hawke’s Bay Tourism Industry Awards last night.
Granting a Water Conservation Order for the Ngaruroro and Clive Rivers would benefit the tourism industry as well as protect the rivers, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says.
Positioning the local tourism industry for an evolving landscape is the theme of today’s Hawke’s Bay Tourism Conference, being held at the newly renovated Napier Conference Centre.
A bomb pool, new hydroslides, a lazy river and a health and wellness centre – these are some of the inclusions being considered by Napier City Council ahead of its decision on a new Aquatic Centre.
Tairāwhiti is driving towards a cleaner, greener future with the government’s announcement that it will co-fund a fast charging electric vehicle network across the region.
Hawke’s Bay is showing an increase in visitor nights of 11.9% for the month and an increase of 11.2% for the year-end June 2017.
Tourism businesses in Hawke’s Bay have put their best foot forward for the 2017 Hawke’s Bay Tourism Industry Awards with the finalists selected from over 25 entries.
Hawke’s Bay needs and deserves a definitive statement setting out a plan for a robust, resilent transport corridor to the Manawatu.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges says the first of three tourism-related transport projects in the Gisborne-Tairāwhiti region is nearing completion.
Eastland Group recorded another strong business performance in the year to March 2017. Income increased to a record $76.2 million, with an audited profit of $14.8 million.
It has been another great year for Splash Planet, with almost 113,000 people through the gates over its six month season.
The Outer Space and High-Altitude Activities Bill has passed its third and final reading.
Hawke’s Bay Tourism along with over 20 local tourism and hospitality operators will be heading to Wellington to provide a taste of Hawke’s Bay to Lion’s fans and Wellington locals.
These awards recognise the best tourism businesses and experiences in Hawke’s Bay.
Gisborne is about to get its very first EV (electric vehicle) fast charging station, with current and future local EV drivers, businesses and the wider tourism industry expected to benefit.
In the latest instalment under their successful seasonal campaign strategy, Hawke’s Bay Tourism have released their cheeky new winter campaign, ‘Hawke’s Bay Ski Season’.
Space tourism in the Hawke’s Bay is prepped for take-off as Rocket Lab announces a test launch window.
A country pub strategically located at the gateway to one of New Zealand’s most remote ecotourist attractions has been placed on the market for sale.
Chris Savage started in tourism in the late 1980s at Rainbow & Fairy Springs, went travelling and then returned to a desk job in insurance. But the lure of adventure proved too strong and, along with her husband Dean, started a unique boat tour that offers swimming with stingrays.
Tourism offerings in the East Cape are to receive a development boost thanks to $2m of funding from the government.
The popularity of Hawke’s Bay Trails is continuing to climb, with new figures showing a record number of people using the trails for cycling, walking or running.
One of the Hawkes Bay’s most distinctive luxury lodges is up for sale.
This year’s Tremains Art Deco Festival is shaping up to be a star studded one as Kiwi Stars Kerre Woodham, Shane & Nerida Cortese and Masterchef Brett McGregor all head to Napier to enjoy the festivities.
22 May 2018 Hobbiton-themed Magic match dress unveiled
22 May 2018 Minchington on the move from ServiceIQ