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More than two dozen chief executives of some of the world’s top airlines are flying into Queenstown next month for the first Star Alliance conference to be held in New Zealand.
The annual conference 12-14DEC will combine chief executive and alliance management board meetings at Millbrook Resort.
Applications to be part of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agribusiness exhibition have exceeded organisers’ expectations with submissions to exhibit at New Zealand
National Agricultural Fieldays almost 80% up on the same period last year.
Hollywood showbiz correspondent Nelson Aspen was in Nelson last week as part of a promotion with Nelson Tasman Tourism, Air New Zealand and TVNZ’s Good Morning
Venture Taranaki is sponsoring New Zealand’s first and only kinetic arts festival – Kinetika – showcasing Taranaki’s best ideas that have been transformed into moving engineered artworks, 04-12DEC at Puke Ariki in New Plymouth. The festival celebrates beauty and innovation through kinetic art and exhibitors have designed artistically appealing structures that exhibit movement.Read the full post
Tourism New Zealand reports a new riverside i-SITE has been opened on Wanganui’s Taupo Quay to replace the old visitor centre on Guyton Street. The Wanganui District Council has invested $2.1 million in the new visitor centre, which includes a Wanganui shop, a unique display area showcasing native bush from the Wanganui area, and a
friendly team of i-SITE staff to offer visitors information about New Zealand and assist with bookings.
The news of American cycling legend Lance Armstrong’s entry in next Auckland Anniversary Weekend’s Blue Lake Multisport Festival in Rotorua has resulted
in a sudden rush of entries.
We need a hard-worker with a good sense of humor to work 4 days a week with possible extra hours as required depending on demand. Immediate start preferred and fixed term contract will go through until approx mid to end of April.Read the full post