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Tourism spending will still be cut as part of National's plan

But as sector still recovers from Covid-19 pandemic, hotels spokesperson James Doolan says now is not the time to cut spending on marketing.

National announces its plan to boost tourism.

Brent Edwards Thu, 07 Sep 2023

The National Party would create a new great walk and electrify the New Zealand cycle trail as part of its plan to boost tourism.

Its tourism spokesperson Joseph Mooney said it would also relax rules around working holiday visas, including lifting the age limit from 30 to 35, and invest $5 million

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