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Paymark: $740K Lions boost for Waikato

PRESS RELEASE: Paymark Another Lions game and more cause for celebration - or commiseration. Whatever the motive, spending through Paymark in Waikato increased amongst merchants such as bars, clubs and cafes to $2.2 million between 9am...

A weekend of entertainment in the Bay of Plenty

The wave of hospitality spending around a Lions game continued on the weekend with spending through Paymark in Bay of Plenty amongst merchants such as bars, clubs and cafes amounted to $3.5m.

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.

$600K Lions lift for Canterbury

The Lions match against the Crusaders on Saturday helped boost spending in the Canterbury region over the weekend by $600,000, according to Paymark.

Trans-Tasman travel keeps trade with Australia flying high

Trans-Tasman travel was worth more than $2bn each way, making travel ties with Australia worth more than those with China.

Whanganui events keep tourism numbers up

PRESS RELEASE: Whanganui and Partners Continuing the trend from February and March it looks like Whanganui’s April tourism numbers are again up – a contrast to the national monthly comparisons of 2016 and 2017. More importantly the...

West Coast tops spending growth

Tourism expenditure grew in all regions over the year to April 2017 with the fastest growing region being the West Coast.

Visitor spending falls as major markets dip

International visitor spending dropped 2% in the year to March 2017 with falls across most of NZ's major tourism markets.

Tourism drives Q1 retail sales growth

Tourism-related sectors continued to experience strong growth in the first quarter, according to the latest retail trade survey.

Auckland’s peak summer season the hottest yet

Storms came and went, but it was a long, scorching summer for Auckland as far as tourism goes.

Regions the winners in Easter spend

Easter spending grew only modestly overall this year, although wide variations were recorded across the country.

Tourism earnings surge past dairy sector

Tourism now makes ups 5.6% of New Zealand's gross domestic product surging past the dairy industry's 3.5% contribution.

US tourist spending continues to surge, up 22%

Tourism expenditure grew in all regions over the year to March 2017, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

China tops global tourism markets with 12% jump in spend

Chinese international tourism spend grew by 12% in 2016 to reach $372bn.

MBIE: Nelson, West Coast fastest growing regions

Tourism expenditure grew in all regions over the year to February 2017, according to the latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by MBIE.

Tourism driving buoyant Coromandel economy

The Coromandel's tourism sector enjoyed a bumper 2016, with data showing that visitor spending totalled $337M in 2016, up 7.7% from its 2015 level.

Chinese spending plummets 26% over summer

Spending by Chinese visitors plummeted by more than a quarter over summer, according to Marketview.

Booming hotel market doesn’t deter record tourist numbers

Our trans-Tasman rivals and international travellers visited Godzone in droves in 2016, despite the fact they had to pay more to stay here.

Spending on tourism activities and in tourist specialty shops falls

Tourism operators and specialty tourist retailers saw spending falls for the four months to February as growth flattened over the year.

Wellington continues to reap the benefits of tourism growth

National List MP Paul Foster-Bell was delighted to see Wellington continue to reap the benefits of tourism growth

Nelson leads the regions in value growth again – here’s why

In the latest monthly regional spending estimates, Nelson again showed the greatest growth. The Ticker spoke to Nelson Regional Development Agency chief executive, Mark Rawson, on the secret behind the region’s success.

All you need to know about the latest IVS in five neat graphs from...

We love data here at the Ticker, but the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's data tables - not so much. So, we sought the help of data gurus figure.nz to help us interpret the...

Bennett: Tourists continue to add value to NZ economy

Tourism spending over the summer high season continued to grow in most regions, providing jobs for regional New Zealand, Tourism Minister Paula Bennett says.

Tourism spending in regions up in January

The latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment today show that tourism expenditure grew in most regions over the year to January 2017.

International visitor spending steady over 2016

International visitor spending grew 4 per cent to $10.1 billion in the year ended December 2016, according to the latest International Visitor Survey released on Friday by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

Is a gambling clampdown behind a big drop in Chinese visitor spending?

Chinese New Year spending dropped 10% across New Zealand compared to the corresponding holiday period last year, according to Marketview.

Tourism boom pushes hospitality spending to new record

The tourism boom shows little signs of slowing with hospitality spending rising 1.7% in January compared to the same period last year, accoridng to Statistics New Zealand.

Tourism helps boost spending through Paymark by 33%

In the last five years, the combination of a stronger housing market, strong tourism, relatively low oil prices and strong uptake of contactless cards has tended to support stronger spending through the Paymark network.

Strong start to summer tourism spending

Nearly every region across New Zealand experienced strong growth in tourism spending this summer, Tourism Minister Paula Bennett says.

Tourism spending jumps to $26 billion for 2016

Nearly every region across New Zealand experienced strong growth in tourism spending with Wanaka growing the fastest in the year to December.

Nth Canterbury spending plunges following quake

Tourist spending in North Canterbury dropped by over a quarter following the Kaikoura earthquake last year. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake on November 14 led to a drop in spending in December by 28% to $27m...
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