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The post-quake balance sheet for tourism providers Following the November earthquake, international spend in Marlborough, from the pockets of overseas travellers, stayed pretty steady. It was the domestic spend that took the hit. Stuff
Cycle trail supporters not expecting political headwind from new Government The man who first proposed a post-quake cycle trail from Picton to Kaikōura doesn’t expect to be pedalling up hill trying to resell the ambitious plan to the new Government. Stuff
April 2017
Port Marlborough and harbourmaster fear salmon farms and ferries could be on collision course Putting a salmon farm near a major shipping channel could cause serious accidents, with floating debris threatening boats, Marlborough’s port company says. Stuff
March 2017
Blenheim business looks to Nelson for cheaper air fares and more flights Expensive fares and a shortage of flights are forcing a Blenheim business to reconsider hiring locally. The Marlborough Express
Multi-lingual solution for tourists confused by earthquake routes A multi-lingual publication is on its way to prevent out-of-date GPS devices leading tourists down the quake-stricken highway. The Marlborough Express
New home for freedom campers near Blenheim A Marlborough man has come up with an innovative way to keep freedom campers and their waste off the streets. Radio NZ
Visit to South Island high country like trip back in time The rich Maori and farming histories of the Molesworth and Rainbow stations will be on show for the public during a Marlborough Historical Society trip this weekend. Stuff
Marlborough to launch tourism offensive in Nelson and the North Island Tourism funding for Marlborough will be used to attract tourists from further up the country, offsetting a slump in Cantabrian visitors post-quake. Stuff[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]