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Hamilton City Council will demolish the dilapidated Founders Theatre in the central city to make way for a $4m multi-purpose park and community performance space.
Why one conference picked Ōtautahi Christchurch for its big event.
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.
Te Pae convention centre in Christchurch is installing a major piece of artwork ahead of an expected opening before Christmas.
Fletcher Building is continuing to forecast a 2024 completion date for the New Zealand International Convention Centre in its latest annual report, despite contractual leeway for a later delivery.
The $15m Sebel Hotel in Lower Hutt’s CBD is set to complete by 31 December, following a revised Hutt City Council agreement and operator USAR Commercial Assets.
The Canterbury Multi-Use Arena Project Delivery board has appointed Barry Bragg as interim chair.
Positions include those related to running audio-visual, food services, events coordination.
WellingtonNZ’s David Perks says he has received more than 30 “hard enquiries” for events at the $179m venue.
The venue’s technology makes it more than just a pretty face, says its GM.
Takina set to open mid-2023 in downtown Wellington.
A ceremonial entranceway called Te Aika is set to be installed for Ōtautahi Christchurch’s new Te Pae convention centre.
Venue Auckland Live has launched an online marketing toolkit to encourage visitation to the city and create a cross-sector collaboration with the hotel industry.
The Marlborough Convention Centre will now be managed by the Marlborough District Council, after Scenic Hotel Group’s lease came to an end after 13 years.
The Government is providing $11.6m for an upgrade of Timaru’s iconic Theatre Royal and the construction of a new connected heritage museum and exhibition space.
Auckland Council has unveiled its new seven-member board of directors to oversee the merger of Regional Facilities Auckland and ATEED.
Wellington City Councillors will this week be asked to approve Tākina as the name for the Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre currently.
An interactive 84-metre display wall celebrating the 100-year history of FMG Stadium Waikato has opened.
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre looks set to be the biggest beneficiary of the New Zealand International Convention Centre’s delivery delay to mid-2023.
Regional Facilities Auckland has reopened the Auckland Town Hall, Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, The Civic, Bruce Mason Centre, The Cloud, and Shed 10 on Queens Wharf.
The development of the $179m Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre is slightly ahead of schedule despite the impact of Covid-19, according to WellingtonNZ.
Karori Event Centre’s $1.2m fit-out has been given the go ahead by Wellington City Council after a unanimous vote of support at yesterday’s council meeting.
Staff will be brought back to the New Zealand International Convention Centre site under alert level 3, says Fletcher Construction.
The $157.8m convention centre remained on track to be completed in early 2023.
Claudelands Events Centre is using its kitchens to support community groups struggling to keep up with demand for food during the lockdown.
Speculation the fire was caused by an inexperienced contractor leaving a blowtorch on was incorrect, say investigators.
Almost 70 roles are to go as the city grapples with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Demolition of a quake-damaged building will begin earlier than expected to make way for Christchurch’s new multi-use arena.
Christchurch City Council has approved the investment case for a $473m multi-use arena which mayor Lianne Dalziel said will be a game-changer for Christchurch and will help re-establish the region as New Zealand’s sporting and cultural capital.
The potential for a temporary structure being built in Auckland for the event is gaining currency, says Nick Hill.
Fletcher Building has updated shareholders on the fire at the $703m NZICC last month, reiterating its commitment to the project and restating its belief that it remains within the construction provisions it announced in February 2018.
The Asia-Pacific Association for International Education conference is the first confirmed casualty for the New Zealand International Convention Centre, following the devastating fire that ripped through the construction site in October.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre site has been handed back over to Fletcher Building, following the fire that broke out on 22 October.
Auckland council controlled Regional Facilities Auckland is forecasting that events hosted at its venues this summer will generate $53m in visitor spend – eclipsing all previous records.
The operator reveals it is facing “a tsunami of claims” from Fletcher Construction over the $703m project.
The first conference to be held at the new Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is only a year away.
Delivery delays of the $703m venue have seen it lose a series of major events worth millions.
The rebranding reflects a growing trend in the national conference industry as more regional offices move from ‘convention bureau’ to ‘business events’ terminology.
Work has started on the $179m Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The $703m flagship convention centre will probably miss its already-delayed 2020 delivery date, says SkyCity’s CEO.
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre has announced its full executive team as the $475m venue counts down the 13 months to opening.
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s chief executive, Graeme Stephens, on the missed opportunity around the NZ Convention Centre, a new Wellington hotel, and its “big plans” for Auckland.
Rotorua’s Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre has secured the required $22.5m for strengthening and refurbishment of the facility meaning with work now scheduled to start later this year.
Christchurch’s new $475m convention centre is going after the European association market after appointing an international representation company to support its efforts.
With 15 months to go until Christchurch’s convention centre, Te Pae, opens its doors, the Ticker talks to the venue’s general manager, Ross Steele.
The venue has returned to the market with “near-full books” following an eight-year earthquake-induced hiatus.
Construction is to start at its Cable Street location in August and finish at the end of 2022.
Christchurch’s Te Pae is now 50% complete and on target to open October 2020, according to venue operator AEG Ogden.
New Zealand’s new $703m international convention centre plans to operate as a carbon neutral venue – the only one of its kind in Asia Pacific – following completion of construction in 2020.
The Australian-based venues giant will run Christchurch’s $475m convention centre.