Tourism Industry News

News from NZ Māori Tourism and Māori tourism experiences around Aotearoa New Zealand

Registrations Open Now for South Pacific Tourism Exchange 2019

Ngā mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa,

New Zealand Māori Tourism, in association with the South Pacific Tourism Organisation, warmly invites all Māori tourism enterprises to register for the 2019 South Pacific Tourism Exchange.

Hotel Chatham head chef Kaai Silbery who won The Local Wild Food Challenge in Whakatāne earlier this year.

Meri Kirihimete koutou, nā NZMT

Here at NZ Māori Tourism, we wish you and your whānau a safe and happy holiday period. Despite it being the busy season, we hope you find some time to sit down with your loved ones, share some waiata and kōrero and indulge in some delicious kai.

Tiaki Promise, Halal and Greening Superyachts

Halal hangi and green superyachts are taking an interest in Māori tourism, and what's all this about Tiaki Promise? Find out more by reading our latest newsletter. Click here.

 

Open one more week - Dragons' Den for Māori tourism

Pania's Pānui

Pania's Panui - 29 June 2018

In early August, NZ Māori Tourism is hosting workshops and sessions in Napier for Māori tourism experiences.

The draft programme is below:

Pania's Pānui - 15 June 2018

Ngā mihi o te wā, te tau hou  o ngāi tāua te iwi Māori, ko Matariki, ā, ko Puanga. Māuriora!

Nā mātau ko Pania

Read more of this edition of NewsLine here

Pania's Pānui - 4 May 2018

It's been two weeks since we farewelled our manuhiri that came to Northland for the World Indigenous Tourism Summit. We have had some incredible feedback from attendees, and are aware of several new projects that are underway as a result of new relationships and ideas formed at the Summit!

Five weeks until the World Indigenous Tourism Summit!

He kotuku rerenga tahi - A white heron flies once

Kia ora,

Pania's Pānui - 9 March 2018

We know most of you in the throes of a busy summer season, so it's a short and sweet NewsLine from us this week!

Ngā mihi, na,
Pania and the team at NZ Māori Tourism

Pania's Pānui - 2 March 2018

We are just over six weeks away from the World Indigenous Tourism Summit in Northland. We're excited to see that so many of you have registered to attend what will be a brilliant few days in Northland, as well as the Research Symposium in Hopuhopu following the Summit.

Earlybird Registration closes soon for World Indigenous Tourism Summit

Whāia e koe te iti kahurangi; ki te tuohu koe, me maunga teitei.
Seek the treasure that you value most dearly; if you bow your head, let it be to a lofty mountain.

Kia ora,

Pania's Pānui - 16 February 2018

I can't be the only who is wondering how we are already mid-way through February - Christmas seems like a distant memory! Like many of you, we have had limited staff over the last few weeks but we're now back to full capacity.

New speakers announced for the World Indigenous Tourism Summit

He aha te kai ō te rangatira? He kōrero, he kōrero.
What is the food of the leader? It is knowledge. It is communication.

World Indigenous Tourism Summit, New Zealand, April 2018

Mā tōu rourou, mā tōku rourou ka ora ai te iwi
With your contribution and our contribution we will make progress

Chairperson's Panui, 12 January 2018

Ngā mihi o te Tau Hou!

It is with great pride that the Board and team of NZ Māori Tourism congratulate our Chief Executive, Pania Tyson-Nathan, on her recognition in the New Year’s Honours as a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Māori and Business.

Registrations now open for the World Indigenous Tourism Summit

Pania's Panui - 8 December 2017

NZ Māori Tourism worked with TravCom to organise a media famil for travel journalists to Northland recently. The journalists had a fantastic time and experienced a variety of Māori tourism experiences.

Pania's Pānui - 24 November 2017

Thanks to all those who came to our AGM held in Wellington recently.

Pania's Pānui - 27 October 2017

Nei ra te mihi ki te Kāwanatanga hōu i raro i te maru o nga pati e rua, ko Reipa me Aotearoa Tuatahi, otira ki o matou Minita ko Nanaia, Te Minita Whanaketanga Māori me Kelvin, Te Minita Tāpoi Whanui. Karawhiua!

Pania's Pānui - 13 October 2017

A lot of Māori tourism businesses have commented on the IVS (International Visitor Survey) and the information that comes out of it. MBIE have initiated a review of the IVS, with work likely to start in 2018.

Pania's Pānui - 6 October 2017

Kia ora ki whānau ki Tapoi Māori o Aotearoa.

E te Pāpā Lewis, e kore rawa koe me ou mahi hei manaaki i te tangata ahakoa ko wai, e warewaretia.  Hoea rā tō waka ki Hawaiki nui, Hawaiki roa, Hawaiki pāmaomao, moe mai rā. Paimārire!

Pania's Pānui - 11 August 2017

As many of you know I'll try anything once, and as my first attempt a month ago was derailed due to snow on the tracks, it was time to try a change of scene, as I took the Northern Explorer train from Auckland to Wellington.

Pania's Pānui - 4 August 2017

There's  a few people from the Maori tourism whānau competing in 'Dancing with the Stars' in Rotorua this weekend - good luck to you all, I know I'm not the only one looking forward to the photos and videos on Facebook!

Pania's Pānui - 28 July 2017

Congratulations to all the finalists in the New Zealand Tourism Awards announced this week.

Pania's Pānui - 21 July 2017

First of all, apologies for no NewsLine last week, but we're making up for it this week!

Pania's Pānui - 7 July 2017

The new edition of Māori Tourism Quarterly is now available, which provides commentary on the latest data on visits to Māori activities and experiences from the International Visitor Surve

Pania's Pānui - 30 June 2017

There's a lot of information in this week's NewsLine, so I'm going to keep my kōrero short.

Pania's Pānui - 16 June 2017

With Matariki on our doorstep, it’s time to take stock, reflect on the past 12 months, and focus on the year ahead.

Pania's Pānui - 9 June 2017

Congratulations to NZ Māori Tourism Board member Toro Waaka, who was not only re-elected in the recent NZ Māori Tourism Board elections, but was also appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2017 NZ Queen's Birthday H

Pania's Pānui - 26 May 2017

It was wonderful to catch up with many of you in Northland this week. As well as meeting many Māori tourism experiences, our Board also took the opportunity to visit QRC Taitokerau, the halls of residence, and their new culinary school to see the fantastic work that is happening there.

Pania's Pānui - 19 May 2017

NZ Māori Tourism staff and Board members will be in Northland next week for our quarterly Board meeting. The Board and I are looking forward to catching up with many of you while we are there.

Pania's Pānui - 12 May 2017

There has been a lot of interesting reports come out of TRENZ this week, the team and I are making our way through them and they certainly provide lots to think about.

Pania's Pānui - 5 May 2017

Next week is going to be a busy one for those attending TRENZ - the programme of speakers, events, and meetings will provide numerous opportunities for tourism businesses to engage with trade and industry insiders to ensure they do their best to get visitors to your experience!

Pania's Pānui - 28 April 2017

As we start to pull our wool coats and boots from the back of the wardrobe (although that could just be Wellington!) and haere ra our summer, it is timely to reflect on the last few months.

Pania's Pānui - 21 April 2017

NZ Māori Tourism attended the opening of the QRC Culinary School in Kerikeri this week.

Pania's Pānui - 13 April 2017

I don't know about you, but it seems like we just had Waitangi commemorations and now Easter is already here. Many of you would have been counting on a big weekend either at work, or away with your whānau/friends, but Tāwhirimātea has decided he'd rather pay us a visit instead!

Pania's Pānui - 7 April 2017

Tāwhirimātea has certainly made himself know throughout Aotearoa this week. With canceled flights, closed roads, and communities being asked to evacuate their homes, please stay safe and if there's anything we can help with, we are just a phone call or email away.

Pania's Pānui - 31 March 2017

At a business lunch held for Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Auckland this week, the Premier was visibly moved by the display of the special relationship between Māori and Chinese, especially when Ngā Puna o Waiorea sung a Chinese waiata.

Pania's Pānui - 24 March 2017

NZ Māori Tourism recently hosted WINTA (World Indigenous Tourism Alliance) Chairman Ben Sherman in preparation for New Zealand hosting the 2018 WINTA Summit. The Summit will be held in Paihia, Northland, from 15 - 18 April 2018.

Pania's Pānui - 17 March 2017

The new edition of Māori Tourism Quarterly is now available for you to read.

Pania's Pānui - 10 March 2017

This seems to have been the first week in a while that I haven't been on a plane! There has been lots of meetings and exciting things happening, which we are hoping to share the results of with you soon. This is going to be another busy year for Māori tourism but we're prepared and ready!

Pania's Pānui - 3 March 2017

Congratulations to Whāngārā Mai Tawhiti for their win at Te Matatini 2017.

Pania's Pānui - 24 February 2017

The inaugural Taniwha Dragon Summit was a resounding success with existing relationships strengthened, new partnerships forged, and millions of dollars of business being done.

Pania's Pānui - 17 February 2017

NZ Māori Tourism had our AGM in Wellington this week. You can read our 2016 Annual Report here.

Pania's Pānui - 10 February 2017

It was a busy and productive weekend in Waitangi, with many opportunities to talk with locals, Māori organisations, government officials, Ministers, and visitors who were all basking in the commemorations and sunshine.

Pania's Panui - 27 January 2017

This weekend is the Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival in Auckland.

Pania's Pānui - 20 January 2017

One of the most gratifying parts of our work is seeing the innovation that is taking place within Māori tourism businesses across the country. We enjoy receiving your updates on what you're doing, and seeing your visitors post their satisfaction on social media.

Nga mihi o te Tau Hou!

Nga mihi o te Tau Hou (Happy New Year!)

We can't be the only ones who are wondering how it can be 2017 already. Much has been said about tourism in 2016, and we have all heard the figures given to us so many times that I'm sure many of us could recite them in our sleep!

News from NZ Māori Tourism - Spring 2016

Tēnā tātou, te whānau whānui o Tāpoi Māori o Aotearoa,

It's been a busy few months for both NZMT and Māori tourism experiences around Aotearoa. It doesn't seem as though the tourism industry has had our traditional 'off season' break this year - is this a sign of things to come?

NewsLine 23 September 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Rangitoto Island, user charges to fund DOC, the Tourism Growth Partnership, local body elections, and more.

NewsLine 16 September 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Tāmaki Makaurau, DOC, Ngai Tahu, business support events, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 9 September 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 26 August 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 12 August 216

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on PATA, statistics for business, Tourism New Zealand, IP Mātauranga Māori, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 29 July 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the latest IVA numbers, domestic tourism, Hawke's Bay's regional economic development strategy, and more.

NewsLine 22 July 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on YTEC, the Regional Tourism Fund, Trade Shows, Tourism Plans, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 15 July 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Tourism New Zealand's new campaign, the latest edition of Māori Tourism Quarterly, Tourism scholarships, upcoming conferences, and more.

NewsLine 8 July 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on NZ Maori Tourism Board elections, Tourism New Zealand's marketing strategy, upcoming conferences, and more.

NewsLine 1 July 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Tatauranga Umanga, NZ Tourism Awards, taxing tourists, tourism scholarships, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 24 June 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Ka Eke Poutama, the border clearance levy, State of the Tourism Industry 2016 survey, Ngai Tahu tourism scholarships, and more.

NewsLine 3 June 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Read more here.

NewsLine 27 May 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Read more here.

NewsLine 20 May 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on funding for tourism in Budget 2015, travel awards, tourism workshops, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 13 May 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on MBIE's tourism forecasts, national parks, guest nights, Te Puia, the Cathy Pacific Travel Media Awards, and more.

NewsLine 6 May 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on direct flights between New Zealand and India, Māori language week, KiwiLink, the Aussie backpacker tax, and more.

NewsLine 29 April 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Maori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the Mood of the Nation, calls for a single trans-Tasman visa, latest IVS data, and more.

NewsLine 22 April 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Maori Tourism community. Featuring stories on hotel investment, Pā Harakeke, Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, NZ Māori Tourism's website, and more.

NewsLine 15 April 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Maori Tourism community.

NewsLine 8 April 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Maori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the new Maori Tourism Quarterly newsletter, Health and Safety at Work, Northland, Waitangi Treaty Grounds, and more.

NewsLine 1 April 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the updated Health and Safety at Work Act, market insights, instagram, digital marketing, and more.

NewsLine 24 March 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Chinese New Year visitors to New Zealand, NZ Story workshops, the latest IVS numbers and more.

NewsLine 18 March 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Tourism New Zealand's Interactive quiz for Australians, the US Roadshow series, Tai Tokerau Māori Business Awards, and more.

NewsLine 11 March 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Te Kupenga, national guest nights, WEL funding, TPP hui, NZ Story workshops, the Māori Innovation Fund, Whenua Māori Fund, and more.

NewsLine 4 March 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on The Timber Trail, the new Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA), the Whenua Māori fund, and more.

NewsLine 26 February 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on MBIE's tourism data tool, cycle trails, Australian travel agencies, i-sites, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 19 February 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Dart River, Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Tourism New Zealand's trade events, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 12 February 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on employment law changes, Mt Eden, Kapiti Island, the TPP, the Tai Tokerau Northland Economic Action Plan, and more.

NewsLine 5 February 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on international visitor arrivals, the Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival, travel fairs, and more.

NewsLine 29 January 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on workplace health and safety, TripAdvisor, Māori economy, Regional Tourism Indicators, and more.

NewsLine 22 January 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on guest nights, migration, hiring new employees, KiwiLink, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 15 January 2016

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on New Zealand's capacity for tourists, Chinese New Year,  Hokianga, Porangahau, Tourism New Zealand, and more.

NewsLine 18 December 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on DoC, Rotorua, new cycling and walking guides for New Zealand, Māori land use, and more.

NewsLine 11 December 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Japanese backpackers, Wellington’s Convention Centre and Film Museum, the state of our tourism industry, Taranaki, and more.

NewsLine 4 December 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on DOC, Te Reo, Trade missions, Expedia, tourist numbers, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 27 November 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on QRC Tai Tokerau Resort College, the IVS, QR codes, Waitangi, Regional Tourism Estimates, and more.

NewsLine 20 November 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Northland, DOC, keeping you business safe from fraud, digital tools for your tourism business, and more.

NewsLine 13 November 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on guest nights, adventure safety workshops, cultural sites, Tikanga Māori, Alitrip, and more.

NewsLine 6 November 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Northland, HukaFalls Jet, China, tourism data, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 30 October 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the regional tourism indicators, tourism earnings, Waiheke Island. halal tourism, and more.

NewsLine 23 October 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the tourism data, Porangahau, domestic tourism, Māori Business report, more. Read more here.

NewsLine 16 October

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the Border Clearance Levy, social media, the Haka, Whalefest, NZ Māori Tourism’s AGM and more.

NewsLine 9 October 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Queenstown, Tourism Industry Awards, Wahine Toa, Tourism NZ roadshows, Māori Tourism Trade Day, and more.

NewsLine 2 October 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on PAITC 2015, Waitangi, ocean sanctuary, Māori Women’s Leadership Summit, Chatham Islands, Northland, and more.

NewsLine 25 September

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on regional tourism statistics, Fernmark, Chinese tourism, Māori Tourism Trade Day, and more.

NewsLine 21 August 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on International Visitor Survey, Rotorua, Tourism Export Council, how hotels can support indigenous tourism, and more.

NewsLine 18 September 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Rotorua, tourism statistics, Tourism Growth Partnership scheme, TIME Unlimited Tours, and more.

NewsLine 14 August 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on OTAs, Facebook, Ngāti Whātua, Rotorua, Tourism New Zealand, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 11 September 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on domestic guest nights, Te Puia, Auckland hotels, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 4 September 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Māori Tourism Trade Day, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 28 August 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Regional Tourism Indicators, price wars between airlines, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 7 August 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Tourism Holdings, Ngāti Porou, Tourism’s success in the New Zealand economy, Rotorua, eco-tourism, and more.

NewsLine 31 July 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Te Tirohanga Whānui (Māori Business Key Insights 2015), Regional Tourism Indicators, Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, and more.

NewsLine 24 July 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on International Visitor arrivals, tourism spending, pop up hotels, a student’s plea on the importance of pronouncing Māori correctly , and more.

NewsLine 17 July 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 10 July 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Whale Watch Kaikoura, cycle trails, historical marketing of New Zealand, and more.

NewsLine 3 July 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the Hihiaua Cultural Centre, Wellington funding availability, China Eastern’s flights to New Zealand, the future of Māori tourism, and more.

NewsLine 26 June 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 19 June 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Matariki, Small Business education, TIA regional summits, the House of Natives at Mangere Bridge, and more.

NewsLine 12 June 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Tourism New Zealand events, Signpost North, Ahi Kaa, Rotorua, Whanganui, the future of business travel, and more.

NewsLine 5 June 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the 2014 Visitor Experience Monitor, Matariki, Trade Shows, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 29 May 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on New Zealand Māori Tourism’s new Board members, Waka Warriors, Hekenukumai Busby, Halal tourism, the New Horizons Fund, and more.

NewsLine 22 May 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Māori Tourism Trade Day, Budget 2015, Domestic Tourism advertising, 100% Pure refresh, Sounds Air, and more.

NewsLine 15 May 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Whale Watch Kaikoura, Ngai Tahu Tourism, TravCom Awards, Poutama, Rotorua, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 8 May 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Erima Henare, Mavis Mullins, the Māori Innovation Fund, the Korean FTA, DOC concessions and more.

NewsLine 1 May 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on using Te Reo at restaurants, ANZAC Day, small business insurance, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 24 April 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the TravCom Travel Media Awards, the Māori Economy, Air NZ, Mt Eden, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 17 April

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on a Māori kai database, New Zealand’s golden summer, a new tool for SMEs, Te Arawa Group Holdings, and more.

NewsLine 2 April 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Ngai Tahu Tourism, the Prime Minister’s Business Scholarships, HoneyLabs, Piki Films and more.

NewsLine 27 March 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the Fallen Heroes Trust, the Port of Auckland, code of practice for tourist drivers, and more.

NewsLine 20 March 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Māori business owners, Wellington’s busy summer, ACC’s self-employed product, and how First Nations in Canada look after their people.

NewsLine 13 March 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.  Featuring stories on Kapiti Island, Remutaka Hill, SkyLine Rotorua, Te Matatini, and more. Read more here.

NewsLine 6 March 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 27 February 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on Northland’s Twin Coast Discovery, Tourism data for your business, the voyaging canoe Hōkūle’a, Ngati Toa’s history tour, and more.

NewsLine 20 February 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 13 February 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the Tourism Export Council, Taranaki, Tai Tokerau Regional Growth Study, and how well accommodation caters to female travellers .

NewsLine 5 February 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on a Central Hawke’s Bay tourist trail, travel awards, Tourism Radio NZ, and the Ngā Atua Māori series.

NewsLine 30 January 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the power of social media, Waitangi Day celebrations, online bookings and Christchurch accommodation.

NewsLine 23 January 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 16 January 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 9 January 2015

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on tips of productivity from CEOs, cooking up kai in Rotorua, Sir Āpirana Ngata memorial scholarships and how to feature your events on our website.

NewsLine 19 December 2014

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on the future of Parihaka, Waikato Catchment Funding, the spread of ‘virtual iwi’ across the globe, 90 Mile Beach, and the National Museum of Waitangi.

NewsLine 12 December 2014

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 5 December 2014

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community.

NewsLine 28 November 2014

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on President X’s visit to New Zealand, a boom in Chinese visitors, NZ Māori Tourism’s AGM, and new bank notes that reflect New Zealand’s bi cultural heritage.

NewsLine 21 November 2014

NewsLine is a short weekly summary of stories that may be of interest to those involved in the Māori Tourism community. Featuring stories on tax breaks for small businesses, President Xi's visit to New Zealand, and the Golden Backpack Awards.

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