Industry News

Update from TripAdvisor
9 Apr 2020
TripAdvisor has provided an update to Hospitality NZ on the support available to clients and the working currently underway.
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WESTPAC - Economic Bulletin 8 April 2020
9 Apr 2020
Through the looking Glass – What Covid-19 means for New Zealand’s tourism sector.
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Important Updates from IRD (8 April 2020)
9 Apr 2020
The latest update from Inland Revenue (IRD) including: Remittance of Use of Money Interest(UOMI) due to COVID-19; When the Commissioner will remit penalties and UOMI; Information to be provided when requesting relief; The type of relief available, and Filing of returns.
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Lease Obligations and the Lockdown
9 Apr 2020
Industry experts, Coffeys Tourism Property Brokers provide some interesting insights into lease obligations during the current COVID-19 situation in their latest update.
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Immigration NZ COVID-19 Update | 8 April 2020
9 Apr 2020
Immigration New Zealand continues to focus on immediate priorities from the Government under COVID-19 Alert Level 4.
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Department of Internal Affairs - Operational Update #2:
9 Apr 2020
Further to our update on 27 March 2020, we continue to monitor and assess the impacts of COVID-19 on the gambling sector.
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Tourism Talent partners with Go with Tourism
8 Apr 2020
In an attempt to retain as much of the best talent as possible, Tourism Talent has partnered with Go with Tourism, sharing resources to create a searchable database on both their platforms of CVs from people in the sector who have been made redundant.
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Planning for the future of tourism
8 Apr 2020
The Government, industry and business are working together to develop a plan for how tourism will operate in a post-COVID-19 world, Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis announced today.
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Media release: Appeal - Auckland Targeted Rate Payers (APTR) judicial review - Hospitality NZ
5 Mar 2020
Accommodation Provider Targeted Rate (APTR) is unfair, inequitable and very poor public policy.
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Coronavirus Update - Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern meeting with Hospitality NZ
3 Mar 2020
Hospitality New Zealand along with Business NZ, Export NZ, Horticulture NZ and CTU held a meeting yesterday with the Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and Hon Phil Twyford to discuss economic impacts and business support required.
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Coronavirus update from Tourism New Zealand - information from industry
21 Feb 2020
The latest updates from Tourism New Zealand on COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
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Westpac NZ Support for coronavirus affected customers
5 Feb 2020
Westpac NZ is offering support to customers financially affected by the global outbreak of coronavirus.
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Spark Sport partner with SKY to show Rugby World Cup 2019
6 Aug 2019
Hospitality New Zealand has been busy voicing our member's concerns around Rugby World Cup 2019™ to Government and Spark Sport. Spark Sport have listened, and we are pleased to let you know that we now have a solution at hand for our members who do not have fibre internet.
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Wellington Hospitality Expo showcases the capital's vibrant hospitality scene
12 Jul 2019
Hospitality New Zealand Wellington Branch hosted its first Hospitality Expo to celebrate the region's operators, employees and suppliers
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Nominate the Rising Star on your team!
10 Jul 2019
Entries for Hospitality New Zealand’s Rising Stars Awards 2019 are now open
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“Benefit principle” must be applied to tourism and infrastructure funding
5 Jul 2019
Following the release on Thursday 4 July by the Productivity Commission of the “Local government funding and financing” draft report, Hospitality New Zealand continues to advocate that a visitor levy applied solely to the commercial accommodation sector is not a fair, equitable or sustainable solution to local funding
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