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Hospitality & Retail

Otago hospitality big winners from Lions tour

Spending benefits from the Lions rugby tour spread to Otago this week with bars, clubs and cafes reporting a big boost in sales.

Northland winery & hospitality businesses up for sale

PRESS RELEASE: Bayleys Realty Group One of New Zealand’s northern-most vineyard/wineries and its associated restaurant and function venue have been placed on the market for sale. Marsden Estate is located some four kilometres from the Northland township...

New head chef at Crowne Plaza Queenstown

More than a decade of travel and culinary adventures has come full circle with the appointment of Robin Lilley to the position of head chef at Crowne PlazaQueenstown.

New chef to showcase local Christchurch produce

The new Crowne Plaza Christchurch is promising to showcase the best fresh local produce the city and region have to offer in its brand-new café, bar and restaurant.

Winners, losers for tourism, hospo in new immigration rules

One of the toughest jobs to fill in New Zealand's hospitality industry may become even more difficult to supply under proposed new immigration rules.

Ecotourism gateway pub up for sale

A country pub strategically located at the gateway to one of New Zealand’s most remote ecotourist attractions has been placed on the market for sale.

Tourism drives hospitality spend up 10% for Q1

Tourist spending has seen hospitality revenues across New Zealand jump by 9.9% in the first quarter (Q1) of 2017 compared to the same period last year. Southland led the way recording a 20% increase in hospitality...

Marlborough shops to open Easter Sunday

The Marlborough District Council has confirmed that shops may open for business this Easter Sunday, in time for this Easter’s Omaka Classic Fighters Airshow.

Rotorua retailers to open on Easter Sunday

An Easter Sunday Shop Trading Policy which will enable retailers throughout the Rotorua district to trade on Easter Sunday if they wish has been adopted by the council.

Pinot Noir descends on our nation’s capital

The vinous international spotlight will be on New Zealand’s capital this week with the Pinot Noir NZ 2017 celebration, described as the best Pinot Noir event on the planet.
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