TIA chief executive Chris Roberts says “We’re keen to talk to the government about its proposal because we think, as it was announced, it simply can’t work"

Industry body pushes for more detail on tourism tax

Fri 17 Nov

Tourism Industry Aotearoa says as it stands, the government’s visitor levy doesn’t stack up.

Simon Arnold is chief executive of the National Energy Research Institute

The future of energy, Part II: Environmental risks

Tue 7 Nov 5

The concluding part of this series on energy focuses on the risks associated with greenhouse gases.

Wellington Mayor Lester agrees the impact will be far-reaching

All Whites are long odds vs Peru in FIFA qualifier but NZ gets tourism payback

Tue 24 Oct 5

New Zealand and Peru play a pair of home-and-away games starting next month in qualifiers for the World Cup finals in Russia in 2018.

Tourism Holdings chairman Rob Campbell says the director fee raise is justified by growth in the company

Greed and self-interest not mandatory for Tourism Holdings' directors, chairman says

Thu 19 Oct 2

Tourism Holdings expects to break $50m in annual profit by 2020.

Goodman Property Trust chief executive John Dakin says because of such high demand for accommodation in Auckland, his company is doubling the size of its Quest hotel in Auckland’s Highbrook from 60 to 120 rooms

NZ’s tourism dilemma

Mon 16 Oct

Investing in Property: The accommodation sector is struggling to keep up with holidaymaker demand.

Cruise NZ's Kevin O'Sullivan says Auckland is missing out on about 2600 passengers and its loss is Tauranga’s gain

No room for major cruise liner at Auckland Port, Tauranga benefits

Thu 12 Oct 4

Auckland Council-owned company to miss out as it struggles to push through expansion plans.


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