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Two Countries, One Visa

By CHRIS ROBERTS - 29 April 2016
Each year Anzac Day is a time to remember those who made sacrifices to defend our freedom.

Tourism 2025 In Action
Promoting tourism as a great career



The first woman in some places in the world to guide and lead rafting expeditions, TIA Industry Advocate Rachael Moore is enjoying an amazing career in tourism. Rachael loves the small-business nature New Zealand's adventure tourism sector.  "The people are very positive, with many people living their dreams." Read more . 



  • Tourism expo taps big money – Daily Post, 3 May 2016
    Millions of dollars in new tourism business is expected to be negotiated in Rotorua when the city hosts New Zealand's annual tourism trade show next week.
  • 35 jobs go with closure of Waiheke Island ferry service - New Zealand Herald - 2nd May 2016
    Approximately 35 staff of Waiheke Island ferry service Explore were made redundant last week, group managing director William Goodfellow confirmed today.
  • Ghetto fears over worker accommodation – Mountain Scene, 29 Apr 2016
    A business heavyweight is pooh-poohing a potential apartment-building rush under proposed fast-tracked zoning close to central Queenstown.

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