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Tourism

7th Apr 21, 10:11am
Benje Patterson suggests the Trans-Tasman bubble may not be the saviour of the tourism industry over winter, with just ski destinations and the big cities likely to benefit
Benje Patterson suggests the Trans-Tasman bubble may not be the saviour of the tourism industry over winter, with just ski destinations and the big cities likely to benefit
7th Apr 21, 10:11am
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6th Apr 21, 4:00pm
Quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia to begin on April 19
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Quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia to begin on April 19
6th Apr 21, 4:00pm
22nd Mar 21, 6:13pm
The wait for a trans-Tasman bubble continues, as the PM announces a commencement date will be unveiled on April 6
The wait for a trans-Tasman bubble continues, as the PM announces a commencement date will be unveiled on April 6
22nd Mar 21, 6:13pm
19th Mar 21, 9:50am
Govt signals plans to charge overseas tourists and visitors to natural hotspots more, but won't dish out more money to keep struggling tourism businesses afloat
Govt signals plans to charge overseas tourists and visitors to natural hotspots more, but won't dish out more money to keep struggling tourism businesses afloat
19th Mar 21, 9:50am
25th Feb 21, 11:49am
Guy Trafford points out that the debate of how we want the tourist industry to restart will impact the agricultural sector too who need to make their views heard
Guy Trafford points out that the debate of how we want the tourist industry to restart will impact the agricultural sector too who need to make their views heard
25th Feb 21, 11:49am
25th Feb 21, 9:37am
Our national airline says its 'monthly cash burn' is expected to be between $45 mln and $55 mln a month for the remaining five months of the financial year; capital raising still planned by June
Our national airline says its 'monthly cash burn' is expected to be between $45 mln and $55 mln a month for the remaining five months of the financial year; capital raising still planned by June
25th Feb 21, 9:37am
18th Feb 21, 2:01pm
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Simon Upton calls for the introduction of four policies to tackle the impact of tourism on the New Zealand environment
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Simon Upton calls for the introduction of four policies to tackle the impact of tourism on the New Zealand environment
18th Feb 21, 2:01pm
18th Feb 21, 8:58am
The country's largest airport see no two-way, quarantine-free, trans-Tasman travel before the end of June
The country's largest airport see no two-way, quarantine-free, trans-Tasman travel before the end of June
18th Feb 21, 8:58am
17th Feb 21, 11:55am
Hotel operator Millennium & Copthorne reflects on 'horrid' year that saw its business 'devastated'
Hotel operator Millennium & Copthorne reflects on 'horrid' year that saw its business 'devastated'
17th Feb 21, 11:55am
4th Feb 21, 11:33am
Guy Trafford echoes those in agriculture who note that the Climate Change Commission has been unreasonably selective in apportioning responsibility for change
Guy Trafford echoes those in agriculture who note that the Climate Change Commission has been unreasonably selective in apportioning responsibility for change
4th Feb 21, 11:33am
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16th Dec 20, 11:14am
NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
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NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
16th Dec 20, 11:14am
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14th Dec 20, 2:25pm
Cabinet makes 'in-principle' decision to form travel bubble with Australia in first quarter of 2021
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Cabinet makes 'in-principle' decision to form travel bubble with Australia in first quarter of 2021
14th Dec 20, 2:25pm
7th Dec 20, 10:19am
Gareth Vaughan on QE vs monetary financing, COVID-19 housing opportunities, crowdsourcing low interest rate advice, how a computer language controls the financial life of the world, strangled by conservative credentialism & Project Helvetia
Gareth Vaughan on QE vs monetary financing, COVID-19 housing opportunities, crowdsourcing low interest rate advice, how a computer language controls the financial life of the world, strangled by conservative credentialism & Project Helvetia
7th Dec 20, 10:19am
3rd Dec 20, 6:34am
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr says the impact of monetary policy decisions on wealth & income equality is an important topic for considering economic wellbeing, but it's not clear if lower interest rates increase or decrease income & wealth inequality
RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr says the impact of monetary policy decisions on wealth & income equality is an important topic for considering economic wellbeing, but it's not clear if lower interest rates increase or decrease income & wealth inequality
3rd Dec 20, 6:34am
9th Nov 20, 9:55am
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New survey of 15,000 expat Kiwis suggests about half of them plan to return to New Zealand
New survey of 15,000 expat Kiwis suggests about half of them plan to return to New Zealand
9th Nov 20, 9:55am
19th Oct 20, 2:26pm
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Hayden Wilson and Linda Clark of Dentons Kensington Swan assess what the weekend's election result means from a range of perspectives, and for the key protagonists
Hayden Wilson and Linda Clark of Dentons Kensington Swan assess what the weekend's election result means from a range of perspectives, and for the key protagonists
19th Oct 20, 2:26pm
24th Sep 20, 9:26am
BusinessNZ's Kirk Hope says with a careful focus on risk mitigation, more regard for overseas skills and capital, and better use of the private sector, New Zealand can have the smartest border in the world
BusinessNZ's Kirk Hope says with a careful focus on risk mitigation, more regard for overseas skills and capital, and better use of the private sector, New Zealand can have the smartest border in the world
24th Sep 20, 9:26am
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
4th Sep 20, 12:33pm
Gareth Vaughan on natural rate of unemployment dogma, justifying equity bull markets, Melbourne battles on, from tourism to nappies, and the US electoral tinderbox
Gareth Vaughan on natural rate of unemployment dogma, justifying equity bull markets, Melbourne battles on, from tourism to nappies, and the US electoral tinderbox
4th Sep 20, 12:33pm
2nd Sep 20, 7:49am
Shamubeel Eaqub assesses the economic picture in the context of Covid-19 and the looming election and encourages voters to engage with their local candidates
Shamubeel Eaqub assesses the economic picture in the context of Covid-19 and the looming election and encourages voters to engage with their local candidates
2nd Sep 20, 7:49am
31st Aug 20, 5:00am
Monthly Xero Small Business Insights data series showed promising signs for revenue and employment overall in July, before Auckland's August Level 3 lockdown
Monthly Xero Small Business Insights data series showed promising signs for revenue and employment overall in July, before Auckland's August Level 3 lockdown
31st Aug 20, 5:00am
27th Aug 20, 9:01am
Our national airline is not giving any specific financial guidance for the year ahead but says each of the scenarios it is currently modelling suggests it will make another loss in 2021
Our national airline is not giving any specific financial guidance for the year ahead but says each of the scenarios it is currently modelling suggests it will make another loss in 2021
27th Aug 20, 9:01am
20th Aug 20, 9:58am
The country's largest airport is taking a gloomier view than international observers of how long it will take global travel to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic
The country's largest airport is taking a gloomier view than international observers of how long it will take global travel to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic
20th Aug 20, 9:58am
19th Aug 20, 10:45am
Boss of credit bureau Centrix surprised by volume of borrowers in arrears not seeking a mortgage deferral, says credit demand fell across country when Auckland moved into new lockdown
Boss of credit bureau Centrix surprised by volume of borrowers in arrears not seeking a mortgage deferral, says credit demand fell across country when Auckland moved into new lockdown
19th Aug 20, 10:45am
12th Aug 20, 8:55am
Gareth Vaughan on time up for America, governments touted as tourism's saviour, probe into oil price crash, weak bank earnings & environmental lessons COVID-19 could teach humanity
Gareth Vaughan on time up for America, governments touted as tourism's saviour, probe into oil price crash, weak bank earnings & environmental lessons COVID-19 could teach humanity
12th Aug 20, 8:55am

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