Hundreds of international tourism marketers will get the chance to experience the best that Dunedin has to offer visitors during the TRENZ 2018 conference in two weeks.
A lantern-inspired spiral entranceway with a focus on design, sustainability and innovation has opened at Redwoods Treewalk, Rotorua.
Dunedin is beckoning visitors to experience a winter more intriguing this year and discover the many natural and urban wonders of this beautiful and quirky southern city.
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.
The penguin-populated ice desert of Antarctica is the backdrop for the first ever dance film to be staged on the world’s last great wilderness.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is calling on Christchurch City Council to boost funding for events in its 2018-2028 Draft Long-Term Plan.
Veronique Delattre has taken the helm of the Pullman Auckland as the hotel’s new general manager.
Wyndham Garden Remarkables Park, Queenstown brings Wyndham Hotel Group’s NZ portfolio to nine hotels.
For the second consecutive year, proudly Kiwi airline Air New Zealand has been recognised as Australia’s most reputable company.
“We’ve Had Enough” NZ pilots call for the complete prohibition on possession of laser devices.
Extension of closure for SH1 south of Kaikōura – all day Wednesday and Thursday to 3 pm
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The event takes place from 8-14 April 2019 and will incorporate an arena spectacular telling real stories about the homecoming of the NZDF in 1919.
Auckland has been named ‘Best Medium City’ at the prestigious SportsBusiness Ultimate Sports City Awards for the third consecutive time.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa is encouraging councils and community organisations to apply for new Government funding to help them maximise the benefits of tourism for their communities.
New Zealand’s landscapes, record weight fish, and a hip hop music backing track made for thrilling television in South Korea recently.
How to better share the benefits of New Zealand’s tourism boom with the regions will be a big focus of this year’s New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference.
The glistening snowy peaks of Canterbury ski area Mt Hutt feature in an international campaign to lure more Australian ski visitors to New Zealand.
Air New Zealand is working closely with engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce on a global issue involving some of the Trent 1000 engines that power its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner fleet.
The Hamilton & Waikato region reached another significant milestone recently when it smashed its record for annual visitor expenditure.
This year the TECNZ event will be hosted in the sunny Hawke’s Bay from 8 – 9 August.
A diverse range of cultural, lifestyle and sporting events happening in Auckland over the coming financial year will receive public investment as part of Auckland’s Major Events Portfolio.
A green spine extending from the city to sea is poised to set Christchurch apart as a place that is prepared to explore new ways of living with nature – from adaptive housing to sustainable urban agriculture.
More people are pounding the pavements in central Queenstown than ever before, according to the results of Colliers International’s 2018 Queenstown CBD Pedestrian Count.
The Waldorf Stadium Apartment Hotel in the heart of Auckland CBD is on the market for sale through Colliers International Hotels and CBRE Hotels.
Operators must show greater responsibility in using their drones, says the NZ drone industry.
Air New Zealand has entered into an agreement with NZ Travel Brokers which will take over the license for the Air New Zealand Holidays Travel Brokers brand in New Zealand from 1 July 2018.
More than 300 agencies that cater solely for the world’s high net worth individuals have voted New Zealand their “Most Preferred Destination”.
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.
The Sky Tower is fully equipped to withstand lightning and has one of the most advanced systems for tower protection.
Air New Zealand will launch two new routes across the Tasman from December this year and add an extra 15% seat capacity across all its Tasman services year on year.
Auckland Airport has announced that New Zealand Rugby has opened the country’s first Official All Blacks Store.
Wellington City Council can now get on with the redevelopment of Frank Kitts Park following an Environment Court decision giving a proposed upgrade project the go-ahead.
Christchurch’s spectacular summer saw record-breaking tourist numbers inject more than $3.6 million in our region’s economy, with February tourism spend up 20 percent from the previous month.
A Steampunk museum, an innovative camping option, an adventure business founded to grow the confidence of urbanites in the outdoors, and an all-in-one 3D Trick Art Gallery are among the 49 new tourism products that will be on show at TRENZ 2018.
An Interislander ferry will sound its horn to mark the time the Wahine struck Barrett Reef and another will form the backdrop to a flotilla on Wellington Harbour, as KiwiRail helps commemorate the 50-year anniversary of the Wahine tragedy.
This Saturday, Mt Ruapehu will be lit up by a circle of headlamps as 628 runners, including 37 from overseas representing 7 countries, compete in the inaugural Ruapehu Ring of Fire.
The hotel sector is gearing up for a big July, with the annual New Zealand Hotel Industry Conference on in Auckland 4-5 July, culminating with a gala Awards dinner.
Visitor spending in the Wellington region has smashed through the annual $2.5 billion barrier for the first time as both international and domestic visitors flash the cash.
MoneyHub has researched New Zealand’s cheapest and most expensive flights per kilometre flown.
The Full Federal Court of Australia has ordered Flight Centre to pay penalties totalling A$12.5m for attempting to induce three international airlines to enter into price fixing arrangements between 2005 and 2009.
A new cashless payment system for more than 80,000 Kiwis travelling in campervans is set to be rolled out across New Zealand, following a highly successful Auckland trial.
Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia will end their trans-Tasman alliance in October this year following seven years of partnership.
Jim Beam Homegrown will this year pump millions of dollars into the local economy with three-quarters of fans rocking out on the waterfront coming from outside the Wellington region.
The latest Kiwi Link Korea and Japan trade events have helped Kiwi operators connect with buyers to promote their products and the broader New Zealand experience.
Regional councils are this month announcing draft targets that are a step towards the goal of 90% of rivers and lakes being swimmable by 2040.
DOC is closing the Mt Karioi summit tracks, near Raglan, following a confirmed finding of myrtle rust. It will be closed to the public until further notice.
The new version of the targeted rate on accommodation providers proposed in the Auckland Council’s draft Long-Term Plan is still inefficient and ill-conceived, says TIA.
Hawaiian Airlines has announced its support for Netball in New Zealand via a major sponsorship of the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic and Northern Stars ANZ Premiership teams.
Red Travel may only be in its 4th year of operation but that has not stopped the team from achieving for a 2nd consecutive year running the Tourism New Zealand Qualmark Gold Status.
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