MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 22:  George Calombaris attends the DIIDA flagship store launch in SOuth Yarra on June 22, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Sam Tabone/WireImage)
West Australia ends tourism campaign featuring MasterChef's George Calombaris after $8 million worker rip-off
Seven Sharp visited our national carrier to get all the details.
Air NZ recruiting for travel enthusiasts' dream summer job - are you keen?
 The Hump Ridge walk features spectacular alpine and coastal views, beaches and historic wooden viaducts.
Take a walk on the southern side: 'Great' Hump Ridge Track
This undated photo provided by the Lindsey family shows  In a statement released Tuesday, July 9, 2019, Lindsey's family called on tour companies to change their security protocols after alleging the tour company they used failed to provide enough aid during the shark attack that killed Lindsey on June 26, 2019. (Gianna Gabriele-Kasparek/Lindsey Family via AP)
Family of woman killed by shark in Bahamas says snorkelling tour company offered little help
Where once the Buzzy Bee was a feature of national pride, now it's more likely to be a good bottle of homegrown wine.
University study reveals shifts in New Zealand’s 'icons of identity'
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is the place where Maori chiefs first signed their accord with the British Crown in 1840 - the Treaty of Waitangi - Te Tiriti of Waitangi, New Zealandâ??s founding document. Bay of Islands - New Zealand.
Bay of Islands, Northland cited on Lonely Planet list of top 10 places to visit in Asia Pacific
Dominic Monaghan as Merry, left, and Elijah Wood as Frodo in The Lord of the Rings
'Very high-level talks' secure filming for Lord of the Rings TV series in New Zealand
The multi-million dollar tourist attraction is now open.
Take a tour of the Dark Sky Project's observatory on Lake Tekapo
Operators hope Sky Waka will provide a major boost to the local economy.
Gondola gives tourists, Kiwis a new way to take in the view from Mt Ruapehu
“We need to deal with those two categories of people in a totally different way,” the Auckland Mayor says.
Phil Goff wants to change Auckland freedom camping rules, without impacting on the homeless
Mr Jones has had run-ins with the airline in the past over their regional services.
Shane Jones takes dig at outgoing Air New Zealand CEO at Bay of Islands Airport opening
Just seven of the 226 international drivers involved in the study passed the test.
Renewed calls for law change after 'stunning' percentage of foreign visitors fail driving test
The study’s author, Professor Neil Carr from the University of Otago, discusses its findings.
Just seven visitors from over 200 tested passed New Zealand’s written driving test
Nine thousand bookings for next summer have been made in the first week of availability.
Department of Conservation huts selling out like in-demand concert tickets
Backpacker shares rape threat story as Australia looks to make Outback working holidays safer
Global Tourism New Zealand campaign focuses on people and culture
The increasing numbers of visitors to our shores bring with them some big challenges.
New Zealand tourism operators stepping up to help the environment
DOC’s Steve Taylor explains the pricing on TVNZ1’s Breakfast.
Great walks price hike for tourists is a success despite Milford Track being booked out in seconds, DOC says
Arrivals (file picture).
Visitor arrivals from China down in April
Ditching the New Zealand winter for a warmer climate can have significant environmental impacts.
Top tips for Kiwis wanting to limit harm to the environment while on holiday
They’re complaining about late, cancelled and under-staffed services to their tourist hot spot home.
Frustrations boiling over as Waiheke Island residents lose faith in Fullers ferry service
Mountainbiker (file picture).
Otago's Clutha cycle trail gets $6.5 million funding boost for expansion
The 2015 crash killed seven people.
CAA admits safety inspection capability was low at time of fatal 2015 Fox Glacier chopper crash, inspectors were 'too trusting'
The Government is investing a further $8 million.
More funding for freedom camping initiatives announced
TIA’s Chris Roberts talked to TVNZ1’s Breakfast about the issues that come with the success of New Zealand’s tourism.
Infrastructure in some regions fails to meet the need of the visitors and local community - tourism industry says
Seven Sharp’s Michael Holland took a ride.
Luxury gondola set to ferry tourists up Mt Ruapehu in style
Glen Wallace speaks to Seven Sharp.
Man fined for freedom camping after sleeping in truck after night drinking says penalty is 'bureaucracy gone mad'
Man takes over DOC hut to brew beer for mates, stuns other visitors
The move means Hastings District Council could now face legal action if anyone else is hurt in a slip.
Hawke's Bay beach still set to re-open, despite continued landslides at Cape Kidnappers
A record 3.8 million people visited New Zealand to the year to June last year.
Luxury hotel shortage amid tourism boom spurs move to lure overseas investors to NZ