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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.
Wellington City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council will each provide Sky Stadium with a $1.5m grant to help it get through the current Omicron outbreak and prepare for an events resurgence following the opening of New Zealand borders.
Operators in country’s five hardest-hit tourism regions, like those in Fox Glacier, will be able to access support of up to $50k.
The funding brings government support close to $1bn for its Maintaining International Air Connectivity scheme.
Applications for the second round of the Mackenzie Regional Events Fund will open on Friday 1 April.
Coach tour services provider Bayes Coachlines is to build a passenger bus with solar panels providing up to 10% of its own power and designed to have greater range and less maintenance than other electric buses.
The Government has allocated a further $12m to its Jobs for Nature programme, to be used for seven projects across the country.
The government is continuing to watch the impact of subdued activity in the tourism and hospitality sectors, given that some sectors are struggling at the red setting more than others.
The government will provide more support for events through expanding the amount of money and eligibility timeframes for key funding schemes.
Applications for the third and final round of the Southern Lakes Regional Events Fund are now open for events held May 2022 to February 2023.
Air New Zealand has secured another $500m from the government bringing its total taxpayer support to $2bn.
Thirteen Great Rides from the Far North to Central Otago have secured $850,000 from the New Zealand Cycle Trails Fund. The new investment would keep the best of New Zealand’s cycle MORE »
Nineteen events have secured a total of $6.7m from the government’s Pasifika Festivals Initiative.
Kānoa has approved 100 tourism-related projects with $408m committed.
Tairāwhiti trails and a food festival have secured funding from Trust Tairāwhiti.
Cycle trails on four of New Zealand’s Great Rides will share just under $650,000 for repairs following extreme weather in June and July,
The government has extended its support for the international aviation sector to help maintain international passenger services and trade connections.
Wellington International Airport has set its latest bond issue size at $125m after strong demand from investors.
Applications for the second round of funding for the Northland Regional Events Fund will open 1 October, and for the Dunedin Regional Events Fund on 4 October.
The new funding for operators is needed in light of the latest lockdown and the likelihood of no international visitors over summer.
Wellington International Airport Limited is considering making an offer of 10 year unsecured, unsubordinated, re-setting fixed rate bonds to New Zealand institutional and retail investors.
New business support for tourism operators in five South Island regions can be accessed from this week, with specialist local agencies now appointed to deliver the scheme.
Regional Tourism New Zealand also secures $200k to help build capability within RTOs.
Hamilton City Council has awarded $80,000 in grants from its Heritage Fund to provide financial assistance for the upkeep of sites recognised as representing Hamilton’s past.
The end of the Heritage Earthquake Upgrade Incentive Programme is a “major blow to heritage preservation,” says Historic Places Aotearoa president James Blackburne.
Dunedin Enterprise has launched a carbon measurement incentive scheme for tourism businesses to encourage uptake of sustainable tourism practices and achieve net carbon zero by 2030 in the city.
Great South has opened applications for round two of its Regional Events Fund
One of the key challenges for RTOs is making sure government funding does not run out at the end of 2022.
Revenue collected in the first year to June 2020 was $57.3m, approximately 30% lower than the forecasted revenue of $82m.
Hamilton City Council has opened applications to its annual Community Event Fund.
Like late night buses, you wait and wait and then get two at once.
About $10m of the latest deployment is going to five regions hit hard by the lack of international tourists.
The government will invest $1.3bn in KiwiRail over three years as part of the Rail Network Investment Programme.
Tourism operators in South Waikato say they support leaving the region’s RTO and hope that forging their own path will lead to better outcomes.
South Waikato District Council goes it alone claiming it doesn’t get good bang for buck.
Visit Ruapehu hopes for more new events stemming from February funding round.
The New Zealand Lotteries Commission has granted $5.47m funding for a museum storage facility in Hastings.
Project to be worked on by council and the Te Atamira Trust, with funding part of ten year plan.
Public voting to close 12 July on TSB Bank kickstarter fund candidates.