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The tourism industry has welcomed today's announcement that the Tongariro Northern Circuit and part of the Tongariro Alpine Crossing will reopen on Thursday. Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA) Advocacy Manager Geoff Ensor says the region
And there's a lot of anticipation and expectation this time after only 70 per cent of Fiji's dive operators took part in the first count in April. Count official Nani Ledua said the floods that ravaged the Nadi coast then affected their data
Mayor Sarah Robson, NZ Newswire October 5, 2012, 4:02 am The Rena disaster has had a huge environmental impact and damaged the reputation of Tauranga as a tourist destination, but it's also brought the community together in a positive way, says mayor
Petersburg, is showing stable growth and taking a leading position in the world, foreign tourism operators are in turn expanding their services on the local tourism market...Two cutting-edge theater companies Moscows Teatr.doc and Belguims Liege
If we want to enter the animals' domain, we must earn the privilege by following the right practices and behaviour The temporary halt to tourism in core zones of tiger reserves is a wake-up call to an industry that has grown rapidly and become
The best submission will receive $25,000 in marketing support and business development assistance including a development trip to Asia with Auckland Airport. Judged by members of Auckland Airport's Aeronautical Commercial team, the prize will be
State of the Tourism Sector 2012 assesses the current mood of the tourism industry, and investigates the challenges and opportunities operators are seeing in both the short and longer term. This is the second time that TIA and Lincoln University have
TIA Interim Chief Executive Grant Lilly said New Zealanders travelling in New Zealand are the industry's banker market. Spending $13.2 billion a year, domestic travellers account for 57% of New Zealand's total annual tourism spend of $23 billion...
Tourism Rendezvous New Zealand) held in Queenstown 7th-10th May. International Travel and Tourism Buyers from 31 countries representing traditional and emerging visitor markets, New Zealand tourism operators (Exhibitors) and domestic and
According to a survey* by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA), less than 50% of tourism operators said their summer trade exceeded expectations. Almost 10% of operators said they had an excellent summer, while 37% said it was good.