New Plymouth mayor Neil Holdom has called for a levy on inward flights to NZ to help pay for freedom camping facilities in the region.
A major new Taranaki tourism initiative is set to get off the ground following the latest deployment from the government’s $1bn Provincial Growth Fund.
The government has announced a $20m growth package for the region with more than half of the money earmarked for a trek around Mt Taranaki.
Public consultation is starting on two exciting, new projects embracing Taranaki’s tourism and environmental opportunities.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels has bought New Plymouth’s The Waterfront Hotel.
A survey on the New Plymouth District Council-run TSB Festival of Lights has highlighted the significant contribution the summer spectacular is making to the region’s economy.
New Plymouth’s Len Lye Centre has pumped $7.4m into the district and brought more than 17,000 visitors to the region in 2016, according to a new report.
The vision of Tapuae Roa comprises three key things: attractive lifestyle, talented people and a modern high-value economy.
Whoever wins power in the September 23 general elections needs to focus on eight key issues of importance to Taranaki.
A $3.4 million investment into the Taranaki Crossing is part of the Government’s plan to boost growth in Taranaki.
The Government and New Plymouth District Council have agreed in principle to transfer New Plymouth Airport to local government ownership.
The issue of whether residential ratepayers who rent out their homes for profit should pay rates in line with their commercial counterparts is not a new one.
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