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Labour Party deputy leader Kelvin Davis scored a convincing win in Saturday’s election making him the front runner for the tourism portfolio and possibly the deputy prime ministership as well.
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Despite dealing with the hardest-hit sector from Covid-19, despite the criticism for his handling of the crisis, Kelvin Davis wants the tourism portfolio back after the election.
National’s tourism spokesperson Todd McClay has said his party will ensure there are no new taxes for the tourism sector and would stop any attempt to introduce a regional bed tax, including one in Queenstown.
The document sketches out the party’s ambitions for the sector.
NZ First’s tourism spokesperson says the party is committed to partnering with the tourism sector.
The Greens want to limit road congestion and noise pollution at New Zealand’s scenic hotspots.
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The finance minister rejects revisiting how the programme allocated funds, despite operator concerns.
The National Party says in its ‘Supporting our tourism sector’ policy that it will help the industry rebuild.
The association says it will lead the development of an international tourism recovery strategy to present to Govt.
STAPP, trans-Tasman travel, and even TNZ’s “dry” domestic campaign were canvassed in a lively event at the resort.
As part of our Election 2020 coverage, we hand over Wednesday Letter to each of the main party tourism spokespeople for their vision for New Zealand tourism. This week, tourism minister Kelvin Davis.
It would provide a $5m grant to Tourism Industry Aotearoa to ensure the TRENZ conference could be held in 2021 and 2022.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has underlined the need for a true partnership between industry and government as it looks to a post-election rebuild of the battered tourism industry.
The National Party will require all international travellers to provide evidence of a negative Covid-19 test before arriving in New Zealand.
Prime minister Jacinda Ardern has moved this year’s election to 17 October because of the Auckland-based Covid-19 outbreak.
National will allow more commercial activities on the conservation estate if they deliver a net conservation gain.
TIA said the incoming Government must address longstanding issues including congestion, poor infrastructure, low wages and undesirable visitor behaviour.
The Green Party will establish an international visitor levy to provide funding for tourism upgrades in the regions, and protect the natural wonders that attract people to New Zealand.
The association has outlined 37 specific actions it wants to see implemented.