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"Auckland Airport is a classic example, it's been trying to play catch up for years and it's too late."
In turn, Cathay Pacific customers will be able to book flights on 13 Qantas domestic routes.
Under the Building Act, anything signed off before 1991 must only meet the building code of its day.
Played by more than 40 million people worldwide, some are concerned the survival game has an addictive nature.
He says it's an "opportunity for us to take NZ to the rest of the world".
The pop superstar tweeted her thoughts to her more than 30 million followers.
Auckland dropped two places from last edition while Christchurch was left out of the top 20.
Mike Thorpe spent the night on Lake Alta, on The Remarkables.
Council wants to extend carpark and ban on-street parking during summer.
Three scenic walks are vying to become New Zealand's next Great Walk.
Tourism industry representative Chris Roberts says only a "small minority" of campers get things wrong.
Research found young people perceived tourism as "low-wage" and a subject for "drop outs".
International visitors to New Zealand spent $11.1b in the year to June - up $879m on the previous period.
The accommodation for alpine adventurers is awaiting DOC approval.
Money will be used to build toilets and showers, create infrastructure and on enforcement.
"I want people to be able to camp responsibly," Kelvin Davis says.
The expansion would affect another 3000 homes near the airport.
Is the glossy Government initiative all a bit unreal?
The $15 million development is in the heart of the tourist town.
It is hoped the investment will create more than 300 jobs.
The tropical storm could bring up to 550mm of rain.
Overseas drivers were involved in 24 fatal crashes last year in NZ.
The walking track leading to the beach remains open.
It's expected to move 2500 passengers per hour when it begins running in the middle of next year.
You may not realise how hard it is to secure a group booking.
Sudima Hotels will build a new 118-room hotel on the shoreline of Kaikōura.
The budget coach services will no longer be on New Zealand roads, and 50 jobs are reportedly on the line.
Dunedin City Councillor Christine Garey spoke about the southern city on TVNZ1's Breakfast.
"They're already imposing a lot in terms of the fuel taxes."
The total cost of the new piece of tourism infrastructure will be $25m.
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Scientists are working to understand how conservation activities like trapping, restoration, and aerial 1080 drops are helping Kererū numbers.
Children have been hospitalised with nausea and vomiting and about 120 students are going through decontamination.
Fraser High School principal Virginia Crawford's speech to assembly seems to have backfired with angry students said to be planning a "mass wag".
The interest free 10-year loan will go towards major projects in Redhills and Whenuapai.
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