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Four popular Māori and Pasifika events are set to receive government funding of up to $100,000 apiece through the new Creative and Cultural Events Incubator fund.
The Māori New Year will feature both live and digital events, art, exhibitions, workshops and online activities.
Savour! NORTHLAND FEAST 2020 is a new food and beverage event designed to showcase the region’s food and beverage offering.
The new $10m Domestic Events Fund aims to help save jobs and protect incomes as New Zealand’s event sector recovers from the impacts of Covid-19.
Auckland will miss out on thousands of visitors and millions in spending after the Govt decides to make the event virtual.
More than 180 exhibitors and 400 buyers are expected at the event to be held in a year.
Destination Queenstown has launched a We Are Winter celebration, a collection of events along the Queenstown waterfront including markets, food vendors, live music and a fireworks display.
Soccer fans from around the world will be heading to NZ, which will co-host the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Winter Games NZ has branded this year’s event ‘Obsidian’ and confirmed it will be on from 10-20 August.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff has welcomed news that the Government is granting border exemptions to two of the syndicates competing in the 36th America’s Cup.
Eden Park is expecting to welcome 50,000 fans when the Super Rugby competition resumes this weekend following months of cancelled events and deserted stands.
Conventions and Incentives New Zealand and the Business Events Council of Australia have agreed to collaborate to help boost the business events sector in both countries.
Wellington’s events sector is poised for a post-Covid comeback with several upcoming events and shows selling out.
But events over the next 18 months will likely be smaller and less frequent.
Go with Tourism will sponsor tourism businesses and education providers to participate in its careers expo events this August and September.
The move comes as ski fields prepare to open and enables the hard-hit events sector to plan for a restriction-free recovery.
The country’s hard-hit events sector has been working with the government on the creation of a new voluntary Covid Code.
The 2020 BDO Lake Taupō Cycle Challenge will go ahead as planned on 14 November, following the Government’s level one announcement.
Rally New Zealand organisers have confirmed that the 2020 FIA World Rally Championship event in and around Auckland in September has been cancelled.
The virtual event would allow luxury travel businesses and tourism destinations to stay connected with key decision makers and qualified travel buyers.
Physical separation restrictions on planes and public transport will also be lifted.
The Government has given approval for multiple groups of 100 pax at a single venue.
Arna Wahl Davies has been appointed chair of the Conventions and Incentives New Zealand-approved Professional Conference Organisers group.
Dates for the next Wings Over Wairarapa event have been locked in, scheduled for 26-28 February 2021.
The Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park has been cancelled for the first time in 26 years due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.
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.
The 2020 Corona Piha Pro Challenger Series event in Auckland has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The business events sector will play an important role in the tourism sector’s recovery, says Tourism New Zealand.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development has scaled up capacity in its Business & Innovation Advisor team as it looks to connect its members with Covid-19 business support measure.
More than 5000 events have been cancelled, some companies have laid off staff, and others are considering their future due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Auckland Council will be cancelling a number of major events, including the Auckland International Cultural Festival and the Music and Movies in Parks series, due to coronavirus.
RTNZ, Destination Queenstown, and the University of Otago are the latest to cancel or postpone industry events.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff has met with the chairs and deputy chairs of Auckland Council’s four major committees and they agreed they would reassess large gatherings.
The 2020 ASB Polyfest has been cancelled following meetings between the Polyfest Trust and the Auckland Regional Public Health Service.
Warbirds Over Wanaka has been cancelled as part of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Around 40,000 people are expected to attend the 2020 Wanaka A&P Show this weekend.
The schedule for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 has been released, with the first game to take place on Waitangi Day at Eden Park in Auckland.
The Commerce Commission will no longer seek an interim injunction against Viagogo, after the online event ticket seller made changes to its website.
Hamilton City Council’s $360,000 Major Events Sponsorship Fund is opening for applications on Monday 2 March.
Conventions and Incentives New Zealand’s MEETINGS has been selected as a finalist for Best Regional or National Event in this year’s New Zealand Event Awards.
The New Zealand Events Association has announced finalists for its annual awards.
Air New Zealand has introduced further fare flexibility after the postponement of Sir Elton John’s final Auckland concerts to January 2021.
Whangarei District Council has launched a fund to foster and celebrate new events.
World Rugby and New Zealand Rugby have announced the tournament dates for Rugby World Cup 2021.
Kāpiti Coast District Council is looking for an economic boost from its calendar of new and returning large-scale summer events.
Dunedin’s iconic Octagon and surrounding streets are to be closed to traffic for a trial period over summer when visitors flock to a number of events take place in the southern city.
The new Creative and Cultural Events Incubator, funded through the Major Events Fund, will open Monday 3 February.
Registrations are open for the inaugural Walter Peak high country farm run, to be held in Queenstown on 29 February 2020.
The Tuia 250 voyage has officially come to an end, following a closing ceremony at Tuahuru Marae in Te Māhia this week.
The first of the 36th America’s Cup events will kick off 17-20 December with the Christmas Race in Auckland.