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Tourism operators claim the concessions granted by the Department of Conservation are outdated and taking far too long to be approved.
The ski season kicks off from today as Canterbury's Mt Hutt welcomes people back to the slopes under the new normal.
Hundreds of displaced Queenstown workers may be used to help tackle a growing pest problem - wilding pines. Video
With a second wave of redundancies expected in the coming weeks, there are high hopes the centre can help ease the stress for many across the district.
Bidders in Queenstown have started testing the water in one of the country's most expensive property markets.
Immigration NZ will send a team of staff to support migrant workers and employers in Queenstown as some prepare to lose the wage subsidy.
The Queenstown Association of Migrant Pinoys says more than 500 Filipino migrants have sought welfare support in the resort town.
Chatham Islands tourism operators hit hard by the lockdown are hoping New Zealanders will head to the archipelago for an "overseas" holiday.
Video - The stress is continuing to grow for redundant Queenstown workers as reduced rents return to normal. Video
Queenstown has rolled out the welcome mat to domestic visitors with the return of the first passenger flights since 1 April.
Many tourism jobs have already been cut as the sector waits for details of a support package to be announced in Thursday's Budget, operators say.
Ski resorts expect visitor numbers will be cut in half as border closures keep international visitors off the slopes.
Thousands of tourism and aviation workers have been left reeling in the wake of widespread redundancies.
Fiordland tourism operators say the rules governing the national park are outdated and leave no room for common sense.
Fiordland tourism operators say they've been taking hit after hit since the end of last year, and they're not sure how many will be left standing.
A Spanish couple say they are anxious about taking a repatriation flight with their six-month-old baby.
The mayor of Queenstown Lakes has described plans to cut hundreds of tourism jobs as a horror show.
Queenstown is facing a new wave of rental challenges as some tenants face high rents with limited to no income.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa's boss says the newly announced plan for a sector shake-up is a chance to enhance to become the "most environmentally protective" and sustainable tourism industry in the…
Overseas visitors are paying thousands of dollars for flights home or are facing being left in limbo in lockdown.
The tourism industry is in survival mode as it braces for extended border closures.
Belgian tourist Lisa Callebaut thought she was safely tucked up in a campsite on Monday when news came through that within 48 hours she would be joining the nationwide lockdown.
Thousands of migrant workers in Queenstown may struggle to have food or shelter after losing their jobs and becoming stranded.
Tens of thousands of people may be left stranded in New Zealand as popular transit airports start to close their doors.
The aviation industry has welcomed the government's plans to halve all border fee increases as it struggles with the impact of Covid-19.