Viewing all entries for 'July 2011'
Wellington City Council is pushing for Wellington Airport to move ahead with plans to extend the runway by about 100 metres to open up the capital for longhaul flights.Read the full post
Wyndham Hotel Group this week announced its entrance into New Zealand with the opening of two Ramada hotels.Read the full post
Superb skiing conditions at Canterbury’s 13 ski areas these school holidays has Tim Hunter, chief executive of Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism, saying families should head for the Canterbury high country for a few days skiing or snowboarding.Read the full post
Auckland i-SITE consultant Amie Russell is one of the best in the country having won a 100% PURE Welcome Award at last week’s i-SITE Conference in Wellington.Read the full post
A 10-month project to remodel Queenstown’s official website www.queenstownNZ.co.nz has been completed.Read the full post
Christchurch’s i-SITE Visitor Centre is soon to move to a new prominent location beside Canterbury Museum, at the entrance to the Botanic Gardens.Read the full post
The hop on hop off Citysights bus service between a dozen Wellington tourist attractions has been suspended over winter because of low passenger numbers.Read the full post