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The Mackenzie Regional Events Fund has now opened for applications.
The Tauranga Western Bay Community Event Fund has received an additional boost, bringing the total 2023/24 grant pool to $900,000.
New Plymouth District Council’s Community Events Grant has delivered a $12,000 boost for the Waitara Night Markets.
The government has earmarked immediate funding of an estimated $30m-$40m for the construction of a new bridge along the Coromandel’s SH25A.
An $18m funding boost is helping to kickstart the extension of New Plymouth’s Coastal Walkway to Waitara.
An application involving some well-known Queenstown operators has been granted co-funding from the $54m programme.
Rotorua Lakes Council acknowledges the region may become less competitive as a destination for events and visitors.
Three organisations have secured funding from the initiative, which aims to encourage decarbonisation.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council’s contestable annual events fund is now open to organisers.
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown is citing a lack of clear and streamlined funding for the city’s arts and culture sector as one of the reasons why cuts in the 2023/24 annual budget are on the table this year.
Hamilton City Council has received $14.6m in government funding for eight projects and services, including improvements to Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park and other safety measures at key visitor destinations.
The Hawke’s Bay Cyclone and Flood Recovery Grant has approved support of over $2m to businesses affected by the extreme weather events in February.
The Northland Regional Events Fund will distribute almost $400,000 to 14 local events this year.
The Auckland Matariki Festival 2023, Doc Edge Life Unscripted Festival 2024, and Masterton’s Golden Shears 2024 event have been named recipients of the government’s Creative and Cultural Events Incubator funding.
Applications for up to $40,000 in grants are now open for Hawke’s Bay businesses the have suffered from cyclone Gabrielle.
Kāpiti Coast District Council’s Major Events Fund is now open to applications for events planned between 1 July 2023 and 30 June 2024.
Hamilton City Council’s major events fund is offering a pool of almost $430,000 for events that can attract a significant number of visitors to Hamilton and have high profile coverage.
The Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage has allocated $22m to the cultural, creative and festival sector to ensure it is able to thrive.
Round five of the Fiordland Regional Event Fund is open for applications, with $54,000 on offer.
Detailed resources about the $54m Tourism Innovation Programme is now available through the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has published its guidance for tourism businesses interested in applying for the $54m Innovation Programme for Tourism Recovery.
The government has provided $350m for 46 councils to help achieve a greener, more efficient, and safer transport infrastructure for New Zealanders and support the Emissions Reduction Plan.
Tauranga will be the first region to access a new government fundraising tool to support up to $175m for local infrastructure projects.
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Up to $300,000 for the Creative and Cultural Events Incubator investment fund will support events that highlight New Zealand’s diverse culture and build national pride.
Pūkaha Wildlife Centre is seeking at least $150,000 for the completion of its Environmental Education and Accommodation Centre.
The increased funding will support critical programmes as the popular attraction gears up for recovery.
The Northland Regional Events Fund will soon take applications for its third round in October 2022, aimed at supporting events that drive visitation to the region.
“This investment will be vital in building the tourism workforce back up,” says Tourism Minister Stuart Nash.
Wellington Zoo has received an $811,702 grant for the construction of a new snow leopard habitat and visitor experience in partnership with Nepali conservation group Mountain Spirit.
A new analysis outlines the benefits and the risks involved.
BU Events will bring The Festival of Golf to Wairakei Resort, which is expected to attract 300 female competitors to Taupō.
The Taruheru cycleway in Gisborne will receive $1.5m for its continued development.
Projects include a new Leaning Lodge hut, an upgrade of the Otago Outdoor Education Trust’s camp facility, a new rescue boat for Wānaka Yacht Club, and revegetation projects along the Otago Peninsula.
The Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund is designed to support strategic, sector-led initiatives that will have lasting benefits for arts, culture, and heritage.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has issued a final call for tourism businesses in the district to apply for up to $60,000 funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment.
Enabling non-tourism sector organisations, such as technology and overseas firms, as well as academic institutions, to be eligible for will bring the highest level of innovation.
More than 19 events across the Waikato, Rotorua, Taupō and Ruapehu regions have received almost $1.3m in the second round of the Thermal Explorer Regional Events Fund.
Kāpiti Coast District Council’s 2022 Major Event Fund has allocated $200,000 to six events this year.
Destination Marlborough has received $30,000 for a one-off grant from Marlborough District Council.
The 2022 round of the Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF) is open for applications, with up to $13m earmarked for capital projects at performing arts venues, art galleries, museums, whare taonga, mixed purpose art and museum centres, and other cultural institutions.
Business groups have welcomed the government’s $100m Business Growth Fund, which plans to invest directly in small and medium-size companies seeking finance.
Up to $6m funding is available for projects that will help to decarbonise New Zealand’s transport sector, as part of the government’s Low Energy Transport Fund.
The government is extending the Arts and Culture Event Support Scheme to cover new and recurring events from 15 June 2022 to 31 January 2023.
Auckland’s Local Activation Fund and Discount Programme has resumed following the recent government changes to the Covid-19 Protection Framework, particularly the removal of caps for outdoor gatherings.
All New Zealanders need to be concerned about the “crazed lolly scramble” that was the STAPP, says an operator.
The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre in Marlborough will receive a $1.7m funding injection from Marlborough District Council, but there’s a ‘catch-22 situation’ attached, says the district’s mayor.
The Kapiti Coast District Council has opened applications for the 2022 Major Events Fund for the region.
The government’s $49m kick-start fund should be extended to regions beyond the South Island and include the rest of the motu, says TIA.
The fund offered businesses $5,000 or more for high-profile events that promoted Hamilton and brought economic benefits to the city.
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