Tourism

3rd Jul 20, 10:02am
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Helen Clark, Peter Gluckman and Rob Fyfe issue a conversation paper looking at how and when New Zealand could step up its re-engagement with the rest of the world
Helen Clark, Peter Gluckman and Rob Fyfe issue a conversation paper looking at how and when New Zealand could step up its re-engagement with the rest of the world
3rd Jul 20, 10:02am
1st Jul 20, 10:47am
The country's largest airport says it will be making a further unspecified number of redundancies, while announcing estimated abnormal losses of potentially in excess of $225 million
The country's largest airport says it will be making a further unspecified number of redundancies, while announcing estimated abnormal losses of potentially in excess of $225 million
1st Jul 20, 10:47am
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
20th Jun 20, 9:31am
As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
As the country hurtles into a deep recession, sharemarket listed companies are doing a good job of giving themselves a cash cushion - with around $2.75 bln raised from investors since the start of the Covid crisis
20th Jun 20, 9:31am
18th Jun 20, 9:43am
Our national airline has issued a forecast of earnings for the year to June 2020, in which it expects an 'underlying' loss of $120 mln and other 'significant item' losses of more than half a billion dollars
Our national airline has issued a forecast of earnings for the year to June 2020, in which it expects an 'underlying' loss of $120 mln and other 'significant item' losses of more than half a billion dollars
18th Jun 20, 9:43am
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
16th Jun 20, 2:50pm
David Hargreaves says relying on the old standbys of running a tight fiscal ship while pumping migrants into the country is no way forward - we need governments with ideas and a real plan
David Hargreaves says relying on the old standbys of running a tight fiscal ship while pumping migrants into the country is no way forward - we need governments with ideas and a real plan
16th Jun 20, 2:50pm
16th Jun 20, 10:27am
ANZ economists see the burden for our economic recovery being put on domestic stimulus and productivity
ANZ economists see the burden for our economic recovery being put on domestic stimulus and productivity
16th Jun 20, 10:27am
13th Jun 20, 2:16pm
Angus Kebbell tracks the growth of agri-tourism and how it has helped rural communities rejuvenate. How will it adapt to closed or restricted borders?
Angus Kebbell tracks the growth of agri-tourism and how it has helped rural communities rejuvenate. How will it adapt to closed or restricted borders?
13th Jun 20, 2:16pm
11th Jun 20, 11:06am
Our national airline hasn't denied informed media speculation that it may soon tap shareholders for more cash
Our national airline hasn't denied informed media speculation that it may soon tap shareholders for more cash
11th Jun 20, 11:06am
10th Jun 20, 11:52am
Guy Trafford says while our borders are shut is the ideal time for a frank discussion to be held over the number of tourists allowed in and under what terms
Guy Trafford says while our borders are shut is the ideal time for a frank discussion to be held over the number of tourists allowed in and under what terms
10th Jun 20, 11:52am
10th Jun 20, 10:00am
Gareth Vaughan on the US$10 trillion rescue, buying shares in bankrupt companies, COVID-19 long-haulers, a reset for capitalism & a South Pacific tourism bubble
Gareth Vaughan on the US$10 trillion rescue, buying shares in bankrupt companies, COVID-19 long-haulers, a reset for capitalism & a South Pacific tourism bubble
10th Jun 20, 10:00am
5th Jun 20, 10:05am
Guy Trafford sees that just as our primary product markets have turned to focus on Asia, our travel and tourism markets are going to have to have the same focus, at least until a COVID-19 vaccine is effective in the US and Europe
Guy Trafford sees that just as our primary product markets have turned to focus on Asia, our travel and tourism markets are going to have to have the same focus, at least until a COVID-19 vaccine is effective in the US and Europe
5th Jun 20, 10:05am
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4th Jun 20, 11:18am
Waitomo Caves tourism operator given $4 million as government ministers pinpoint 'strategic tourism assets' to be protected by taxpayers; Funding allocated to regional tourism organisations too
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Waitomo Caves tourism operator given $4 million as government ministers pinpoint 'strategic tourism assets' to be protected by taxpayers; Funding allocated to regional tourism organisations too
4th Jun 20, 11:18am
26th May 20, 10:17am
Our national airline says there's still too much uncertainty to forecast earnings for the financial year that ends in a month, but says it hasn't needed to draw on the $900m loan facility offered by the taxpayer yet
Our national airline says there's still too much uncertainty to forecast earnings for the financial year that ends in a month, but says it hasn't needed to draw on the $900m loan facility offered by the taxpayer yet
26th May 20, 10:17am
26th May 20, 9:23am
BNZ's auditor warns of the uncertainties of COVID-19's impact, while Westpac NZ flags highly impacted customers as those in industries exposed to social distancing, travel, and supply chain disruption
BNZ's auditor warns of the uncertainties of COVID-19's impact, while Westpac NZ flags highly impacted customers as those in industries exposed to social distancing, travel, and supply chain disruption
26th May 20, 9:23am
25th May 20, 5:19pm
Community sport, religious gatherings and weddings get green light as gatherings of up to 100 people allowed from Friday
Community sport, religious gatherings and weddings get green light as gatherings of up to 100 people allowed from Friday
25th May 20, 5:19pm
25th May 20, 11:01am
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says trans-tasman bubble needs to wait for Australia's states to reopen their borders to each other first
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says trans-tasman bubble needs to wait for Australia's states to reopen their borders to each other first
25th May 20, 11:01am
19th May 20, 9:44am
ANZ NZ CEO Antonia Watson says NZ has an incredible opportunity and there's nowhere else in the world she'd rather be, sees opportunity to make tourism more sustainable
ANZ NZ CEO Antonia Watson says NZ has an incredible opportunity and there's nowhere else in the world she'd rather be, sees opportunity to make tourism more sustainable
19th May 20, 9:44am
17th May 20, 6:31am
Mechanical engineering professor Susan Krumdieck says the COVID-19 crisis shows the assumptions behind how we were living our lives can be questioned
Mechanical engineering professor Susan Krumdieck says the COVID-19 crisis shows the assumptions behind how we were living our lives can be questioned
17th May 20, 6:31am

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