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The three businesses are among 120 finalists across 24 categories to be honoured at the awards.
She has led the association through Covid, lobbying hard for support and speaking often of hospitality’s challenges.
Hospitality pioneer Michael Friend has passed away.
Hospitality New Zealand has given the government’s pokie venue regulation changes the thumbs up if they help reduce harm.
The agreement is “scarily complex” due to the number of jobs and businesses it must cover, says White.
Hospitality New Zealand and Hotel Council Aotearoa have welcomed changes to immigration settings that will enable unqualified chefs to work in New Zealand.
Hospitality New Zealand is anticipating a move to relax immigration requirements for skilled chefs wanting to come and work in the country.
A one-off public holiday to mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth II has been welcomed by Hospitality New Zealand, even though it may come with a cost for operators.
Wellington’s Peter Norrie has welcomed his induction into the Hospitality New Zealand Hall of Fame by reflecting on the opportunities in the industry over more than 40 years.
Hospitality New Zealand will launch a new programme to develop future leaders and provide access to career pathways within the industry.
The economy faces strong headwinds but hospitality is better prepared than many other industries to face the challenges, says Cameron Bagrie.
After a two-year hiatus, the New Zealand Hospitality Conference is back taking place at the Grand Millennium in Auckland starting today.
Hundreds of accommodation and hospitality professionals are expected in Auckland tomorrow for the start of the Maximum Occupancy and Hospitality New Zealand conferences.
Around three quarters of tourism operators are trying to recruit and the immigration minister’s latest comments are not helpful.
The average hourly wage in hospitality has increased by $2 to $24.43 this year, higher than the $23.65 living wage.
The New Zealand Hospitality Conference has added two more star hospitality figureheads to its lineup this year.
The 2022 Hospitality Awards for Excellence have attracted a ‘record’ 260 entries from 155 venues.
Hospitality New Zealand is welcoming proposed changes to consents for short-term visitor accommodation in residential areas in Christchurch but is calling for rules on building consents to be added.
Hospitality and accommodation businesses simply cannot absorb continuing rising prices.
Hospitality NZ is calling on the Government to reintroduce the Wage Subsidy and Resurgence Payment as the sector continues to struggle through Covid-19 restrictions.
Half the industry has seen revenue plummet by more than 40% since NZ shifted to red.
The Government’s newly announced Omicron support package for the arts and culture sector should be extended to the wider entertainment, events and hospitality sector, says Hospitality NZ.
Two weeks into the Covid-19 red setting has already decimated business for cafes, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and accommodation, says Hospitality NZ.
Northland’s move to the orange traffic light system overnight will be welcome relief to hospitality and accommodation venues across the region.
Many hospitality businesses will fail due to the lockdown unless the government provides targeted support, says Hospitality New Zealand.
The events have been pushed back by the current Covid-19 outbreak.
There’s relief at seeing a plan but also acknowledgement that it won’t be a smooth path back.
Danny Meyer will be one of the keynote speakers at the inaugural New Zealand Hospitality Summit at the Trusts Arena in Auckland on 8-9 September.
Greater number of quality finalists this year, says head judge.
Extension seen as piecemeal rather than changing labour market paradigms for tourism.
Winners to be announced as part of inaugural New Zealand Hospitality Summit and trade show in September.
Nationwide commercial accommodation association said it “welcomes” the Tourism Futures Taskforce interim report for sustainable future.
Hospitality NZ has welcomed the targeted support for the sector but the trans-Tasman bubble is a “vital” next step for the industry.
Hospitality New Zealand has established a formal partnership with the Tasmanian Hospitality Association to share ideas and work on mutually beneficial initiatives and projects.
Hospitality New Zealand is re-establishing the Accommodation Association New Zealand to provide the accommodation sector with a united voice as it worked through the challenges of the Covid-19 crisis.
Hospitality New Zealand has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Backpacker Youth and Adventure Tourism Association.
Jeremy Smith has been elected National President of Hospitality New Zealand’s board.
Wanaka’s boutique Cardrona Hotel has taken the top honour at Hospitality New Zealand’s 21st annual awards.
The best emerging talent from New Zealand’s hospitality industry has been recognised in the peak body’s second annual Rising Stars Awards.
Hospitality New Zealand has thrown its support behind Queenstown Lakes District Council’s move to tighten rules around visitor accommodation.
Invercargill Licensing Trust General Manager Greg Mulvey has been inducted into the Hospitality New Zealand Hall of Fame in recognition of his contribution to the hospitality industry and local community.
The very finest of Kiwi hospitality have once again been recognised at Hospitality New Zealand’s 20th annual Awards for Excellence gala dinner, held in central Wellington on Thursday night.
Seven of New Zealand’s best and brightest individuals working in the hospitality and accommodation sectors have been recognised for their hard work at the inaugural Hospitality New Zealand Rising Stars Awards 2017.
Hapuku Lodge + Tree Houses, Pullman Auckland and Wanaka’s Edgewater are among the 54 finalists announced for the 2017 Hospitality New Zealand Awards for Excellence.
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