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Level 3 makes little difference for most operators but the increase in indoor numbers to 100 for level 2 areas is welcomed.
Hospitality New Zealand has called on the government to provide clarity over eligibility for the wage subsidy.
Almost 44% of food and beverage outlet revenues are from visitors, says Hotel Council Aotearoa.
The extension of Auckland’s level 4 lockdown for at least a week increases the likelihood of more businesses going out of business, says Hospitality New Zealand.
The National Party says the government does not understand the severity of conditions under the new level 2 rules that hospitality businesses face.
The 50-person limit on indoor venues is another burden for already struggling operators, say industry groups.
Wellington on a Plate has pushed pause for the next three days after the country entered Covid-19 alert level 4 lockdown.
Queenstown distiller Broken Heart Spirits has opened what it says is the town’s first ever boutique gin tasting room.
International professional body the Institute of Hospitality is establishing a New Zealand branch.
New project framework developed with STAPP funding, aims to continue domestic tourism momentum.
Lessons delivered by videos ranging in length from five minutes to one hour, with certification for completed courses.
Family-friendly Gear Eatery and Bar to hold launch day on 8 May.
Hospitality New Zealand and the New Zealand Chefs Association are to host the inaugural New Zealand Hospitality Summit and trade show in September.
Wayfare has exited the food and beverage sector with the sale of its Canyon Brewing business near Queenstown.
A new initiative to boost Auckland’s hospitality sector and build Auckland’s reputation as a food and beverage destination has launched.
The hard-hit events and hospitality sectors warn it may be too late for some.
Extending current Covid-19 alert level restrictions across the country could be the nail in the coffin for struggling operators, says Hospitality New Zealand.
The Government needs to provide a more targeted response for struggling hospitality operators.
The hospitality sector is paying a heavy price for the Government’s “bungling of the border”, says the National Party’s economic development spokesperson, Todd McClay.
Chef, author and restaurateur Peter Gordon is bringing to a close his long-standing relationship as signature chef at SkyCity’s The Sugar Club.
Whanganui District Council reviewed the operation of the South Beach Café at the airport and decided not to reopen the facility after it was closed by Covid-19 restrictions.
The impact of Covid-19 on food and beverage services in the hospitality sector is devastating, says NZ Alcohol Beverages Council.
Wellington hospitality businesses can claw-back some costs following the introduction of a partial fee refund scheme by Wellington City Council.
WellingtonNZ is offering meal delivery rebates to eateries across the region for the two confirmed weeks of Covid-19 alert level 3, starting today.
Operators are “pulling out all the stops” to prepare for a loosening of the lockdown, says Hospitality NZ.
Nelson City Council is calling for the Ministry of Justice to enable the Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority (ARLA) and councils to waive alcohol licensing fees in light of the Covid-19 shutdown.
St Patrick’s Day celebrations at the Redoubt Bar in Matamata are the source of a cluster of Covid-19 cases.
Ongoing costs during the four-week closure means some businesses will shut for good.
The Restaurant Association says the hospitality sector is losing approximately $6m per week as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Julie White is the new chief executive of industry body Hospitality New Zealand.
Hospitality group Nourish has invested $2m into an overhaul and renaming of its Britomart bar formerly known as the Northern Steamship Co.
Waitaki hospitality operators have started exploring options for creating a new “geogastronomy” initiative.