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Note from the Chairman

By GRANT LILLY - 28 February 2014
I trust the summer season is going well for all. The numbers and feedback certainly indicate that we are getting good improvements in both volumes and value from international and domestic travellers, and our Industry is performing strongly, so that’s very encouraging.

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Smart China deal for tourism businesses

Chinese visitors will find it easier to spend their money in New Zealand as a result of a partnership announced between the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA) and Smartpay. Click the logo below to find out more

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  • Push to free up Easter trading - Otago Daily Times - 23rd Apr 2014
    Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean is changing tack in her bid to allow commercial trading at Easter in tourist towns like Wanaka.

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