Hospitality NZ in the News

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Hospitality New Zealand continues to be the voice of hospitality covering a range of issues that affects the industry and take every opportunity to put members' best interest first.
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Dunedin bars granted special licences for Ed Sheeran Easter gig

10 Feb 2018 (Sat) - 10 Mar 2018 (Sat)

Stuff - 10 February 2018

2018/02/10
Dunedin bar owners are toasting moves allowing them to serve booze to Ed Sheeran fans at Easter.

'We need to stop the behaviour' - New councillor planning to eliminate sexual violence in Wellington

8 Feb 2018 (Thu) - 8 Mar 2018 (Thu)

TVNZ - 8 February 2018

2018/02/08
Fleur Fitzsimons says she'll work with the hospitality association, bar owners, the police, sporting codes and support agencies to achieve "no sexual violence".

Tauranga expects busy weekend ahead of Waitangi Day

2 Feb 2018 (Fri) - 2 Mar 2018 (Fri)

Bay of Plenty Times - 2 February 2018

2018/02/02
Tauranga's hospitality, accommodation and tourism industries are preparing for a busy weekend, expecting people to take an extra-long break for Waitangi Day.

Throngs of revellers feel long weekend love in Tauranga

29 Jan 2018 (Mon) - 28 Feb 2018 (Wed)

Bay of Plenty Times - 29 January 2018

2018/01/29
Tens of thousands of visitors who poured into Tauranga have contributed to one of the city's biggest and busiest weekends of the year.

Large crowd at sunny summer concert in Palmerston North

29 Jan 2018 (Mon) - 28 Feb 2018 (Wed)

Manawatu Standard - 29 January 2018

2018/01/29
People soaked up sun and the sweet tunes of Manawatu musicians at a free concert at Memorial Park.

Dylan Firth to head Brewer's Assn

26 Jan 2018 (Fri) - 26 Feb 2018 (Mon)

ScoopNZ - 26 January 2018

2018/01/26
News from Brewers Assn The Brewers Association of New Zealand is delighted to announce the appointment of Dylan Firth as its Executive Director.

Hotel, motel industry slates Airbnb's push against 'red tape'

26 Jan 2018 (Fri) - 26 Feb 2018 (Mon)

Radio New Zealand - 26 January 2018

2018/01/26
Yesterday here on Morning Report we spoke to Airbnb about local councils moves to regulate the short term accomodation provided by its members.

Timaru tourism figures back academics on a hotel at Hydro site

25 Jan 2018 (Thu) - 25 Feb 2018 (Sun)

Timaru Herald - 25 January 2018

2018/01/25
A national research project suggesting the redevelopment of the old Hydro Grand site should include a hotel has been given the thumbs up by key figures in Timaru tourism.

Tourism industry concerned as visitor charge looms

Rotorua Daily Post - 27 November 2017

2017/11/27
A proposed charge on international visitors to New Zealand is unnecessary and possibly unworkable, a tourism industry group says.Labour campaigned on charging international visitors a $25 per trip levy, with 60 per cent of funds

Record 38,000 people coming to Stadium for Peru playoff tomorrow

ScoopNZ - 9 November 2017

2017/11/09
News from WREDA The All Whites FIFA World Cup playoff against Peru on Saturday is expected to pump $8 million into the local economy. Close to 38,000 people will pack into Westpac Stadium for the match. More than 40 per cent of the tickets were sold to people outside the Wellington region. Kick off time...
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