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SeaLink is again the main sponsor of the Jassy Dean Garden Safari on Waiheke Island, scheduled 12-13NOV.
Under spring skies those “on safari” will get to experience island landscapes as they travel between beautiful private gardens not normally open to the public.
Positively Wellington Tourism’s successful 3 Nights for Two campaign has returned, and until 06NOV11, visitors will be able to book three nights for the price of two at their choice of 19 of the city’s hotels for stays
12DEC11-31JAN12. Positively Wellington Tourism General Manager Marketing Sarah Meikle says the winter 3 Nights for Two campaign – designed to increase visitation in the quiet May to July period – drove record bookings on the WellingtonNZ.com site and contributed to record winter hotel nights in the capital.
Tourism Dunedin chief executive Hamish Saxton has told the Otago Daily Times that a restructuring of the RTO is under way, with three roles disestablished, including a parttime public relations consultant, a part-time Auckland-based trade sales rep and a fulltime domestic and conference marketing manager.Read the full post
When Sabah Diaich arrived in New Zealand from Morocco, she could not speak a word of English.Read the full post
Omaka Classic Cars quietly opened its doors to the public three weeks ago showcasing a revolving collection of about 60 vehicles at a time. An official opening will be held at a later date.Read the full post
The man who led the police response to the Pike River Mine disaster has been promoted. Superintendent Gary Knowles was head of the West Coast-Tasman police district when the mine claimed 29 lives in a series of explosions, the first last November 19. His handling of the rescue effort was both praised and condemned, and he has now been appointed Canterbury police district commander.Read the full post
12:00 - 4:30pm Labour Day, 24 October 2011