Thursday, March 22, 2018
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Asia drives NZ golf tourism growth, other markets flat

Asian players drove growth at New Zealand's top golf courses last year as other major markets reported flat results, according to Tourism New Zealand.

Operator fined $93K after Mack Attack passenger breaks back

A Bay of Islands operator has to pay more than $93,000 in fines following a 2014 accident in which a 60-year old woman suffered a broken back on a boat tour.

TNZ: Valuable boost for golf tourism

The ISPS Handa New Zealand Open provided another valuable opportunity to promote New Zealand as a world class golfing destination.  

Cycle trails secure $2.6m funding

Tasman’s Great Taste Trail has been granted $2.4m in funding for it to be extended and upgraded to a multi-day ride.

Normal service resumes after $80K evac day for Real Journeys

Real Journeys cancelled an 8am sailing of its Doubtful Sound cruise today but further trips are operating normally following a slip that trapped 339 tourists yesterday.

International artist to join Dunedin’s street art trail

Dunedin’s popular street art trail will gain two new world-class artworks with international artist Bik Ismo and Christchurch’s Jacob Yikes the latest artists to come to the city.

Waitakere Ranges product at risk after council proposes park closure

Auckland operators are resigned to losing Waitakere Ranges product after the council voted to close the forested areas of the park.

Great Taste Trail re-opens with detours

Despite the recent storm all the businesses associated with Tasman’s Great Taste Trail are open.

Thirty tracks proposed for Great Walk status

PRESS RELEASE: Department of Conservation The Department of Conservation (DOC) has had a wide response to its call for initial submissions for potential new Great Walks,...

KJet appoints international sales manager

Queenstown jet boat operator KJet is looking to expand in to the wholesale markets with the appointment of a new international sales manager.
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