Two Countries, One Visa
By CHRIS ROBERTS - 29 April 2016
‘Mood of the nation’ survey highlights tourism pressure points
26 April 2016
New Zealanders remain positive about the level of international tourists visiting New Zealand, however our record summer of growth has highlighted key pressure points to be addressed.
'Two Countries, One Visa’ – Time To Get Moving On Permanent Trans-Tasman Visa For International Tourists
24 April 2016
Australia and New Zealand’s peak tourism industry groups are calling for a permanent Trans-Tasman Visa that would allow international tourists to travel between both countries with a regional visa.
Fresh water vital to tourism industry growth
22 April 2016
Clean fresh water is vital to the growth and sustainability of New Zealand’s $30 billion tourism industry, its peak industry organisation says.
TRENZ worth tens of millions of dollars to New Zealand
21 April 2016
Rotorua will be buzzing for four days of TRENZ (10-13 May), the tourism industry’s premier annual international trade event, when more than 1100 delegates will be in town, negotiating tens of millions of dollars worth of new tourism business.
Rotorua to host tourism activity extravaganza
12 April 2016
In the biggest event of its kind, Rotorua will host 600 TRENZ delegates, including hundreds of the world’s most influential travel and tourism buyers, to an afternoon of activities, ranging from exhilarating mountain biking to a rejuvenating spa.
- Kiwis help drive Bay tourist growth - Bay of Plenty Times - 28th Apr 2016
Kiwis are flocking into the Bay of Plenty as the region capitalises on strong tourism figures - and Chinese visitors are also arriving in increasing numbers.
- Millions invested to make Treble Cone better - Otago Daily Times - 29th Apr 2016
Treble Cone Skifield has released a list of improvements being made to the field before the start of the 2016 ski season on June 23.
- Wellington Airport submits resource consent applications for $300m extension – Stuff, 28 Apr 2016
Wellington Airport has submitted resource consent applications to extend its runway, which could allow long haul flights to land in the capital.