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National will amend the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act to support wine tourism if they are elected into Government.
The National Party says in its ‘Supporting our tourism sector’ policy that it will help the industry rebuild.
STAPP, trans-Tasman travel, and even TNZ’s “dry” domestic campaign were canvassed in a lively event at the resort.
Tourism’s political heavyweights exchanged policy blows in two virtual encounters for media and industry.
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.
National Party leader Judith Collins has unveiled the party’s BusinessStart policy to help Kiwis set up a small business.
The Green Party will establish an international visitor levy to provide funding for tourism upgrades in the regions, and protect the natural wonders that attract people to New Zealand.
Scoping work on a new harbour crossing would also begin if National won power in September, says the party’s new leader.
National’s political turmoil has had little impact on its tourism work, says the party’s spokesperson for the portfolio, Todd McClay.
National’s leader tried to build a political beachhead in tourism but it has been swamped.
The country’s top tourism priority must be getting trans-Tasman travel going again.
The struggles of tourism operators were used by the National Party to highlight shortcomings in the Government’s $12bn coronavirus financial support package.
The Employers & Manufacturers association has paid tribute to former prime minister, Mike Moore, saying NZ has lost a great champion for business, trade and tourism, international relations.
The leader of NZ’s newest political party outlines its views on NZ’s tourism industry.
Kelvin Davis rejects criticism from National that the Govt has been ‘distracted’ over the China-NZ Year of Tourism.
A ‘distracted’ Government has failed to deliver on China tourism, according to the National Party.
North Shore MP and former conservation minister Maggie Barry ONZM has announced she will retire from politics in 2020.
New Zealand’s business events sector should extend the concept of manaakitanga from caring for visitors to caring “for our own”, according to the associate minister of tourism, Peeni Henare.
Dive! Tutukaka founder Jeroen Jongejans is one of a number of well-known tourism industry names who have thrown their hats in the ring for October’s local body elections.
Former Tourism Export Council NZ chief executive Lesley Immink is planning to join Whakatāne’s mayoral race.