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Auckland’s visitor economy will miss out on close to $50m because of the change.
The collapse of tourism has been like “turning the ignition key off” for Queenstown, says the resort’s mayor, Jim Boult.
The WBSC Men’s Softball World Cup scheduled for Auckland’s ELE Stadium in February 2021 has been postponed with a new date yet to be set.
Auckland Art Fair has announced it will go online after Covid-19 forced the cancellation of the event scheduled to take place at The Cloud this month.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has organised a full day event at Rydges Auckland to focus on how the tourism industry can tell positive stories about its benefits to communities.
Plans for the annual Wellington Lantern Festival remain unchanged, pending official advice or information in the coming week regarding the Coronavirus, according to organisers.
This event attracts around 200k visitors but has been cancelled because of concerns over coronavirus.
The World of WearableArt Awards Show was worth nearly $28m to the local economy in 2019, according to WellingtonNZ.
Māori businesses will be in the spotlight at the Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival in Auckland on 31 January.
The Wellington waterfront will be awash with pink this summer courtesy of The Pink Line, a vinyl pathway that will wind its way around the shoreline.
The Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival will play host to an innovative new form of digital storytelling in the form of a water screen on the Waitemata Harbour, when it kicks off on 31 January 2020.
The ASB Classic has been named as the best event in the world for its tier at the annual WTA Awards
New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty has been announced as the new title sponsor of the Hawke’s Bay and Queenstown international marathons.
Hamilton is set to host the Special Olympics National Summer Games in 2021, with more than 3000 people expected to descend on the city.
Firefighters abandon roof to flames to focus on protecting building.
Auckland’s Piha Beach has been confirmed as a host for a World Surf League tour event as part of a three-year agreement between WSL, Auckland Council and the government’s major events fund.
More than 30,000 fashionistas are expected to attend the New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland, which begins today.
Queenstown Resort College has secured naming rights to the Winter Games.
Almost 3000 spectators and participants attended Rotorua’s Winter Forest Festival on Saturday.