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The district’s first ever cruise arrivals will visit Whangārei Town Basin, where the new Hundertwasser Art Centre is a ‘must see’ attraction.
The final 2023 round of submissions for the Northland Regional Events Fund have now opened.
Northland Inc has received $1m from the government to support the region’s recovery from the severe weather events and Cyclone Gabrielle.
The support will go to Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti Gisborne and Tai Tokerau Northland.
It was not the summer many were hoping for but there is still much to aim for, writes Northland Inc’s GM of destination, Tania Burt.
Taitokerau Northland businesses can now apply for a business recovery grant of up to $40,000 to support their recovery following Cyclone Gabrielle.
The first 12 months of Te Tai Tokerau Northland’s destination plan have contributed to significant product development and added value to the region’s visitor appeal, says Northland Inc.
More than 100 Taitokerau Northland hospitality businesses, growers and producers gathered as part of the Food & Beverage Industry Hui at Russell’s The Duke of Marlborough.
Northland Inc has launched a food and beverage marketing campaign enticing visitors to explore the region’s hospitality and indulge in “Long Lunching, Northland Style”.
Northland Inc and Te Hiringa Trust have successfully won a tender to deliver business support services through the Regional Business Partner Network.
Northland Inc has partnered with Air New Zealand to provide an online tool to encourage visitors to the Taitokerau Northland region, hosted on the Air New Zealand website.
Linton is currently Callaghan Innovation’s chief innovation expertise officer.
The region can become a major showcase for NZ culture, says Northland Inc’s Tania Burt.
The challenges keep coming for Te Tai Tokerau Northland but progress has been made with more to come in 2022, says Tania Burt, Northland Inc’s GM of destination.
Visitors to Northland over the holiday period will be critical to the future and wellbeing of the entire region, says Northland Inc chair Nicole Anderson.
Northland Inc chief executive Murray Reade has resigned after more than two years at Te Tai Tokerau’s regional economic development and destination marketing agency.
Operators now at level 3 say they have seen little business since Delta lockdowns started.