Sunday, June 25, 2017
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Wednesday Letter

Wednesday Letter: Access must work for all, not just tourists

Ensuring access for tourists to rivers for fishing, forests for hunting and trails for tramping, cycling and horse-riding is vital but that access must be suited to the needs of locals and landowners too, writes New Zealand Walking Access Commission's Asher Wilson-Goldman.

Wednesday Letter: ServiceIQ’s Dean Minchington

Following calls from tourism leaders to upskill the industry, ServiceIQ's chief executive Dean Minchington says New Zealand has much to do to catch up to world class standards.

Wednesday Letter: The future starts now

The Ticker's Bridget O'Connell attends MEETINGS 2017, hears calls for upskilling the industry and asks, is Tourism New Zealand's new strategy moving too fast for our regions?

Wednesday Letter: Tourism Minister Paula Bennett

Tourism Minister Paula Bennett on why she is focused on helping regional NZ, the government's funding priorities, and why Queenstown and other regions may be able to get more support.  The tourism industry has enjoyed...

Wednesday Letter: An industry abuzz

In the first contribution to our weekly opinion column, Wednesday Letter, the Ticker’s Paul Yandall takes a look back at TRENZ and a look forward at some of the challenges ahead for NZ's tourism industry.
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