Tue, 11 Sep 2012 6:31p.m.
The Government is using Sir Peter Jackson's latest movie to target Japanese tourists.
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30/09/2012 10:12:46 a.m.
The decline in numbers is similar to europian countries some years ago.The unbridled greed of local tourist operators turned many people off..Some local bus trips were more expensive than the flight from australia to New Zealand.
11/09/2012 7:38:51 p.m.
well what do u expect they just had their land ravaged by earth quakes and floods, on top of that alot of people died u really think they would want to come after that, i know its been what a yhear since then but still, trauma takes a long time to go away
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