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The sector here risks a “large financial loss”, warns a Chinese government-controlled publication.
Industry concerns are raised over a cooling relationship following the postponement of the 2019 China-NZ Year of Tourism launch.
The National Party has piled into the postponement of the launch of the China-NZ Year of Tourism claiming the government is putting a vital relationship at risk.
Improved regional funding, support for productivity and innovation and better data have emerged as leading themes in industry submissions on the government’s draft Tourism Strategy.
The government should scrap its planned tourism tax because of a possible slowdown in the sector, says Todd McClay.
More than a thousand submissions have been made on the Indigenous Freshwater Fish Amendment Bill with the fishing tour operators coming out fiercely opposed to it.
Tourism minister advised to consider withholding funding from regions that fail to produce “quality destination development plans”.
The National Party’s tourism spokesman has criticised the government’s draft Tourism Strategy as “lazy governance” that lacks “immediate action”.
The industry has welcomed the “long over-due change of direction” and “alignment” contained in the government draft Tourism Strategy released today.
Tourism minister Kelvin Davis’s speech at this morning’s launch of the government’s draft Tourism Strategy at Wellington.
The government has launched its draft Tourism Strategy for consultation and settled on the split of the funds raised from the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy.
It is thought to be the first national tourism plan formulated to tackle the pressure brought on by visitor growth.
The owner of luxury fishing operation Owen River Lodge has said his business and others like it will be “annihilated” if a Green Party bill seeking to better protect indigenous freshwater fish is passed in its current form.
The Wildlife Act can be amended to allow the tours off Stewart Island, says Sarah Dowie.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the new council will advise her on key economic issues.