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  • Capitalising on cricket in India

    It wasn't just the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy that travelled New Zealand during November - a group of Indian journalists came along for the ride. 

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    Tourism New Zealand endorses New Zealand International Convention Centre

    Tourism New Zealand (TNZ) says that today's application for resource consent for the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) is great news for the tourism industry.

    • Media Release
    November arrivals continue a year of stellar growth

    International visitor arrivals continue to grow, continuing a 15 month trend, with total arrivals up 5.1 per cent to more than 2.8 million visitors for the year ending November 2014. 

  • Safety first for Qualmark operators

    The safety of anyone participating in New Zealand's adventure tourism activities is paramount, and Qualmark Quality Endorsed tourism businesses are ready to demonstrate this commitment to visitors.

  • UK and Ireland trade activity at full throttle

    The year may be winding down but Tourism New Zealand's trade activity has been full throttle in the UK and Ireland, off the back of the hugely successful Global STA Travel famil in October.

  • New role for TNZ Director of Trade, PR and Major Events

    Tourism New Zealand's Director of Trade, PR and Major Events Justin Watson has resigned from the organisation to take up a senior role at Christchurch International Airport.

    • Insights
    NZ cements its reputation as the real Middle-earth

    First published in Inside Tourism issue 1,007, 12 December

    Tourism New Zealand's work to use the third largest movie franchise ever, and position New Zealand as the home of Middle-earth, has easily been our largest, and most successful piece of work in recent memory.

  • TNZ's sales mission accomplished in North America

    Tourism New Zealand's first North American sales mission has been successfully accomplished, and business relationships between key US, Canadian and New Zealand trade are looking better than ever.

    • Insights
    Looking back on 2014

    It's hard to believe that 2014 is nearly behind us. It has been an incredibly busy year at Tourism New Zealand and I am confident that the summer ahead will be a spectacular one.

  • You're only young once

    A number of activities in our Japanese market are pointing young Japanese tourists in the direction of New Zealand more than ever. The most recent of these is the publication of the first New Zealand edition of popular Japanese guide book, co-Trip. 

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