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Queenstown businesses want New Zealand to attract high value tourists but not at the expense of those on a budget, after the Tourism Minister's pitch to big-spending travellers.
It will be months before Mataura residents know the full extent of the flooding risk after discovering capacity issues with their stop banks.
Tourism operators say a vision of how to improve labour conditions and strengthen the workforce through regenerative tourism presents exciting opportunities.
The Tourism Minister has unveiled a vision of how to strengthen the tourism and hospitality workforces and improve conditions.
The tourism industry is scrambling to find enough staff before the expected influx of tourists this summer.
Dunedin is still dealing with road closures, surface flooding, slips and a big cleanup job after a major dousing.
The wait is nearly over for residents and holiday-makers left stranded in Lake Ōhau village since Tuesday morning.
Some of the country's iconic Great Walks may be rerouted or huts moved as DOC prepares for more extreme weather due to climate change.
A North Taieri resident who helped a man after an attempt to cross a swollen ford turned fatal says changes need to be made to avoid another unnecessary death.
Māori tourism businesses say a targeted funding boost helped to keep their waka steady during turbulent times.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu is jetting towards a zero-carbon future after unveiling the world's first electric tourism jet boat.
Restaurant owners are hitting back after Minister of Immigration Michael Wood said they should offer better conditions and pay if they want to attract staff.
Ready Player One? Otago Museum is transforming into an interactive game zone as part of its latest exhibition.
As Aotearoa prepares to mark its first Matariki long weekend, tourism operators are hopeful it's a sign of more prosperity to come.
A Southland cannabis producer hopes to ease patient's pain and ensure they're less out of pocket with prescription pot.
The tourism industry says it's ready to say 'Kia Ora' to the world even as it prepares for more hurdles ahead.
Queenstown Airport has officially welcomed its first trans-Tasman flight in more than 300 days.
Queenstown is ready to roll out the welcome mat after 330 days without a scheduled international flight.
Queenstown locals are putting up their hands - and picking up dish cloths - to help as businesses brace for a busy winter with staff thin on the ground.
Stewart Island's visitor levy is expected to treble - but it will be phased in.
The proposed changes to conservation law are focused on streamlining the processes for concessions and management planning for national parks and conservation land.
Immunocompromised people say looser mask exemption criteria means they may need to further restrict their activities in order to stay safe. Audio
Australians can now enter the country without isolating, but Queenstown tourism businesses aren't expecting a return en masse until the ski season.
Firefighters are warning a fire that has been devastating conservation land could flare up and spread with more windy, dry conditions on the way. Audio
Kaikōura businesses are remaining optimistic about the future despite the return of tourists predicted to still be months away.