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The historic attraction was going to shut its doors to the public had it not secured Government help in what was the historic site’s first injection of public money into operational funding since it was established in 1932.
Te Puia New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute in Rotorua will receive a $7.6m cash injection over two years as part of Budget 2020.
Repairs are expected to be completed on the Routeburn and Milford tracks in time for summer, according to the minister of conservation Eugenie Sage.
The minister says some operators will not survive, others will be preserved.
Tourism New Zealand’s funding remains stable at just under $112m in the new financial year, but where the agency spends it is changing according to Budget 2020.
But TIA says the Budget “sends the right signals for tourism recovery”.
Clarification helps the New Zealand business events sector restart for domestic attendees, and is the first step in the right direction, according to CINZ chief executive Lisa Hopkins.
“It’s going to be a long cold winter,” says INFLITE boss Adam Joyce.
The TRF will fund tourism transition and assets protection programmes as well as a domestic tourism campaign.
The Government has announced a $1.1bn investment to create 11,000 environment jobs in the regions and redeploy those who may have lost their jobs due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The Government has announced a number of initiatives from SMEs as it looks to create jobs and grow the economy.
New Zealand Māori Tourism has secured a $10m contingency fund to help repurpose and reposition the Māori tourism sector.
The Budget wishlists from the sector’s main industry groups.
A “relentless focus” on jobs, the economy and businesses is now needed, says Jacinda Ardern.
The Labour-led coalition Government has already announced allocations of $52bn to cushion effects of Covid-19 before the May 14 Budget announcements.
The level of funding for Tourism New Zealand and the Government’s other tourism work will be announced on Thursday 14 May.