New Zealand has become a less popular place to migrate for foreign professionals as the United States becomes a greater magnet, a survey suggests.
Japanese tourists are starting to think twice about visiting New Zealand because of the exchange rate, Air NZ warns as it reviews its Japanese flights.
Chinese tourists are parting with more cash than ever before, spending 42 percent more in the last year than they did in the previous 12 months.
Ski field operators hope falls of snow earlier this month are the start of a good ski season in 2013.
New Zealand's hotels, motels, holiday parks and backpacker accommodation enjoyed booming business in March.
A campaign by NZ and Australian trade unions aimed at international tourists visiting Fiji has angered the Pacific nation's military government.
A new deal between the Government and STA travel aims to bring more young people to New Zealand
Tourist numbers are up, thanks to an early Easter, the England cricket team's tour and The Hobbit marketing campaigns.
John Key has announced a $158 million boost for the recovering tourism industry.
Taxpayers will fork out millions of dollars to attract rich tourists to New Zealand as part of this year's budget.
New Zealand tourism's biggest conference is about to kick off in Auckland, with hundreds of local tourism businesses trying to generate more trade.
Hotels may be breaching laws if they make liquor available in its minibars for four hours early in the morning.
More than a quarter of New Zealand hotel guests admit to taking a souvenir from their rooms without paying.
An additional $158 million over four years will be earmarked for tourism in next month's budget, Prime Minister John Key says.
New Zealand could be taking in 1 million Chinese tourists a year by 2018.
John Key has flung open the doors to Chinese tourists and wants a million to visit each year
Two companies have been hit with more than $250,000 in fines for fleecing thousands of dollars from Asian tourists.
Business owners in one of New Zealand's most desired holiday destinations say they're struggling to recruit workers either here or from overseas.
Canterbury tourism operators say they're finally seeing a lift in visitor numbers to Christchurch.
Jasons Travel Media is in talks with its bank after breaching lending covenants and forecasting an annual loss.
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