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A Note from the Chairman

By GRANT LILLY - 20 July 2015
I hope winter is being kind to our tourism businesses despite the dramatic weather we are having, with good business for those who rely on the winter months for their peak, and a quieter time for those who use this time to catch up, refurbish or even take a break!

Tourism 2025 In Action
Recognising a rising star

 

At 23, Sam Swaffield is IHG’s youngest operations manager in Australasia. In June he was recognised as a rising star, winning a 2015 New Zealand Hotel Industry Award. Read more.

 


 

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  • Moteliers urged to consider all their options
    31 July 2015
    The peak body for the New Zealand tourism industry says moteliers should keep an open mind when considering how their collective interests can be best represented.
  • Tourism industry unites to oppose Travel Tax
    28 July 2015
    The Government must rethink its new Travel Tax because it is bad policy which will harm New Zealand’s economy, a coalition of tourism, travel and aviation organisations says.
  • $10,000 prize for top Tourism Industry Award winner
    16 July 2015
    The Supreme Award winner in this year’s New Zealand Tourism Industry Awards will receive a prize valued at up to $10,000, together with the prestige of winning the $24 billion industry’s highest accolade.
  • Tourism industry calls for border tax to be scrapped or delayed – Stuff, 28 July 2015
    The Tourism Industry Association says it is "very ironic" the Government has proposed a more open approach to regulation on the same day submissions closed on a controversial travel tax that it says was passed into law without consultation.
  • NZ road safety training for travel agents - 3 News - 29th Jul 2015
    Overseas travel agents are being offered free training to help them explain New Zealand's road rules and conditions to tourists.
  • Destination Rotorua chairman stands down - Rotorua Daily Post - 28th Jul 2015
    Alan Bickers, chairman of Rotorua Lakes Council's tourism business unit, Destination Rotorua, has announced his retirement from the board to pursue other interests.

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