Tourism

6th Apr 20, 9:22am
Country's largest airport says it is moving swiftly to respond to 'abrupt changes' in the market and has obtained covenant waivers from its bankers till the end of 2021
Country's largest airport says it is moving swiftly to respond to 'abrupt changes' in the market and has obtained covenant waivers from its bankers till the end of 2021
6th Apr 20, 9:22am
26th Mar 20, 10:43am
The country's largest airport has suspended plans for a second runway, a domestic Jet Hub, a multi-storey carpark, and construction of the 146-room Mercure Hotel near the airport shopping centre
The country's largest airport has suspended plans for a second runway, a domestic Jet Hub, a multi-storey carpark, and construction of the 146-room Mercure Hotel near the airport shopping centre
26th Mar 20, 10:43am
17th Mar 20, 11:28am
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 decisions that looked brave less than three days ago, now look hesitant. More is going to be needed
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 decisions that looked brave less than three days ago, now look hesitant. More is going to be needed
17th Mar 20, 11:28am
16th Mar 20, 10:31am
Our national airline is cutting long haul international services by 85% and domestic services by 30% in reaction to the Government's travel restrictions
Our national airline is cutting long haul international services by 85% and domestic services by 30% in reaction to the Government's travel restrictions
16th Mar 20, 10:31am
16th Mar 20, 10:03am
Chris Trotter argues if Jacinda Ardern is able to successfully lead New Zealand through the coronavirus pandemic the Labour Party might finally be able to shake-off the neoliberal monkey on its back
Chris Trotter argues if Jacinda Ardern is able to successfully lead New Zealand through the coronavirus pandemic the Labour Party might finally be able to shake-off the neoliberal monkey on its back
16th Mar 20, 10:03am
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13th Mar 20, 12:58pm
Ardern seeks more advice on impacts of tougher border controls before reacting to Trump's European travel ban; Announcement expected over the weekend
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Ardern seeks more advice on impacts of tougher border controls before reacting to Trump's European travel ban; Announcement expected over the weekend
13th Mar 20, 12:58pm
13th Mar 20, 12:50pm
Survey suggests 18% of New Zealanders may have changed travel plans due to coronavirus and 69% are worried it will hit the economy over the next 6 to 12 months
Survey suggests 18% of New Zealanders may have changed travel plans due to coronavirus and 69% are worried it will hit the economy over the next 6 to 12 months
13th Mar 20, 12:50pm
13th Mar 20, 7:17am
Siah Hwee Ang sees global value chains being hit, medical supplies as a scarce resource and countries protecting their own interests, among other things, as the coronavirus outbreak spreads
Siah Hwee Ang sees global value chains being hit, medical supplies as a scarce resource and countries protecting their own interests, among other things, as the coronavirus outbreak spreads
13th Mar 20, 7:17am
10th Mar 20, 1:44pm
ANZ NZ CEO Antonia Watson says some government working capital support in response to coronavirus outbreak might be useful, bank in a very good position from a liquidity and funding sense
ANZ NZ CEO Antonia Watson says some government working capital support in response to coronavirus outbreak might be useful, bank in a very good position from a liquidity and funding sense
10th Mar 20, 1:44pm
24th Feb 20, 10:10am
Air New Zealand slashes profit forecast for the financial year to June; services to Seoul suspended till June; total flight capacity to Asia cut by 17% through to June
Air New Zealand slashes profit forecast for the financial year to June; services to Seoul suspended till June; total flight capacity to Asia cut by 17% through to June
24th Feb 20, 10:10am
3rd Feb 20, 12:25pm
Westpac economists say the damage to our economy will not result directly from coronavirus but the measures taken to try to contain it
Westpac economists say the damage to our economy will not result directly from coronavirus but the measures taken to try to contain it
3rd Feb 20, 12:25pm
18th Dec 19, 2:42pm
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment warns that the country's current approach to tourism risks 'killing the goose that laid the golden egg'
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment warns that the country's current approach to tourism risks 'killing the goose that laid the golden egg'
18th Dec 19, 2:42pm
24th Oct 19, 1:04pm
David Norman assesses the risk of contagion from an international recession and says Auckland is in an exceptionally strong economic position and it and New Zealand as a whole have some buffers that will help
David Norman assesses the risk of contagion from an international recession and says Auckland is in an exceptionally strong economic position and it and New Zealand as a whole have some buffers that will help
24th Oct 19, 1:04pm
10th Oct 19, 11:04am
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If we want to assure our export markets and tourists that we are actually a clean sustainable country, we actually have to prove it, freshwater ecologist Russell Death writes for The Spinoff
If we want to assure our export markets and tourists that we are actually a clean sustainable country, we actually have to prove it, freshwater ecologist Russell Death writes for The Spinoff
10th Oct 19, 11:04am
25th Jun 19, 3:12pm
Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker says NZ China Council's Southern Link proposal is ripe for further development
Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker says NZ China Council's Southern Link proposal is ripe for further development
25th Jun 19, 3:12pm
18th May 19, 10:18am
Guy Trafford wants all industries held to the same standards as agriculture in the worthy drive to reduce emissions, and wants less political posturing by those pointing their (well traveled) fingers
Guy Trafford wants all industries held to the same standards as agriculture in the worthy drive to reduce emissions, and wants less political posturing by those pointing their (well traveled) fingers
18th May 19, 10:18am
16th May 19, 11:24am
MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
MBIE is forecasting overseas visitor numbers to increase by 4% a year, with spending to increase somewhat faster than that, reaching $15 bln by 2025
16th May 19, 11:24am
8th May 19, 12:00pm
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The Waikato region's future growth will need to overcome challenges to its two core industries. But opportunities will also come from its 'golden triangle' advantages
The Waikato region's future growth will need to overcome challenges to its two core industries. But opportunities will also come from its 'golden triangle' advantages
8th May 19, 12:00pm
6th May 19, 10:40am
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New Zealand's gateway city is key to the country's food and beverage industries and advanced manufacturing sector, and home to many cutting-edge subsectors, all with ample opportunities
New Zealand's gateway city is key to the country's food and beverage industries and advanced manufacturing sector, and home to many cutting-edge subsectors, all with ample opportunities
6th May 19, 10:40am
4th May 19, 9:15am
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Deloitte Access Economics delves into the role regions should play in supporting the overall economic success of New Zealand, and how our regions can build their pathways to prosperity
Deloitte Access Economics delves into the role regions should play in supporting the overall economic success of New Zealand, and how our regions can build their pathways to prosperity
4th May 19, 9:15am

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