If you own or operate a hospitality or commercial accommodation business it is important to understand the leading causes of cyber risks when using computers, POS systems and other online systems in your business. Marsh's cyber expert specialist Jessica Brown explains.
New Zealand’s strong economy and an upswing in immigration and tourism as the key factors in the recent 2.5 percent increase in non-casino gaming machine spending seen in recent figures released by the Department of Internal Affairs.
Publican John McHugh, owner of the Central Southland Lodge in Winton, has been inducted into the Hospitality New Zealand Hall of Fame in recognition for his contribution to the hospitality industry and to his local community.
The winners of Hospitality NZ/SKY Future Leader Scholarships have been announced.
Hospitality New Zealand is concerned at the recent ground swell of apparent opposition to skilled migrant workers working in the hospitality and tourism sectors.
Clare Davies, Managing Director of Capstone Hotels and Resorts, has been appointed National President of Hospitality New Zealand, replacing Adam Cunningham who has stepped down after six years in the role.
As an employer you are obligated to check your non-New Zealand citizen employees have a valid visa that entitles them to work in New Zealand. VisaView is an online enquiry service that helps employers verify and keep evidence of work entitlements which is a legal requirement.
Congratulations to this year's Hospitality New Zealand Awards for Excellence winners. These awards honours the achievement of excellence across 16 categories, recognising hospitality and accommodation businesses who have performed high levels of professionalism within the industry.
Great to see the hospitality industry getting right behind the 2016 Pink Breakfast campaign - a total of 233 hospitality businesses found creative ways to serve breakfast in support of breast cancer research in May this year, raising a total of $200,000!
The Committee acknowledged that alcohol related harm did arise in Courtenay Place, but it was not satisfied that a one-way door restriction imposed on the Siglo licence would meet the objectives intended by the Police and Medical Officer of Health of reducing alcohol related harm by more than a negligible degree.
Hospitality New Zealand's Canterbury Branch has again raised concerns that the Christchurch City Council has failed to follow correct process when making recent changes to the Local Alcohol Policy.
Hospitality New Zealand has voiced concern at skyrocketing liquor licencing fee increases for restaurant and bar owners that fall under the Whangarei District Council.
Providing an advisory service to nearly 3,000 members there are always common threads of queries that the team at Hospitality NZ receive regardless of the member's type of business. Questions about commercial leasing and your rights as a tenant is definitely one of them.
Hospitality New Zealand has welcomed the acknowledgement by former Sydney High Court Judge, Ian Callinan, that the New South Wales Government’s liquor laws are too harsh.
‘A recent ruling allowing the Prebbleton Hotel to continue to advertise outside their business is a precedent setting case for off-licence premises’, says Amy McLellan-Minty, Hospitality New Zealand Regional Manager for the Central South Island.
The Nelson Branch of Hospitality New Zealand would like to invite all AccommodationNZ members to attend an industry brunch.
Theme: TRUMP vs HILLARY..... or any other US President. Tickets - $30 per person (teams of 4)
Tracy and Adrian will be briefing on responsibilities under the new Health and Safety Act and present a new practical online learning tool to help inform and support education within your business to protect yourself, staff, contractors and suppliers
You are invited to the Northland Bowls Tournament for 2016!
Back by popular demand! This years Xmas golf day will be held at Waitikiri Golf Course on Tuesday 22 November.
Make sure you save the date for the 2016 Otago Branch Christmas Function!