David Loughrey spent last week at the Trenz tourism conference in Rotorua, where he learned about niche tourism marketing, and had a very good idea.
For Muriel Barbara, 100 is just a number.
Kaitiaki sailed into the smoothest waters of Otago Harbour yesterday, its prow dripping champagne after the region's new harbourmaster's vessel was christened and launched at Port Chalmers.
The family of a Queenstown pilot killed after his helicopter crashed on Fox Glacier says the Government needs to fund the Civil Aviation Authority to do its job properly.
The Civil Aviation Authority says the company that employed a Queenstown helicopter pilot who died in a crash alongside six tourists on Fox Glacier in 2015 misled its officers on numerous occasions.
Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis says he is aware of the pressure constant tourism growth is having on areas such as Queenstown.
Any bed tax for Queenstown would be for Queenstown alone, the Tourism Minister says.
Targeting schools in a bid to attract more young people to the tourism industry could help find some of the 40,000 extra jobs needed over the next five years.
Sydney or Melbourne flights to and from Dunedin appear no closer to reality, but Air New Zealand says it will continue to consider the possibility.
Air New Zealand seems to have softened its stance on a new airport in Central Otago.
New Zealand tourism bosses say population increases in Queenstown are fueling concern about the tourist boom.
A small turnout of Dunedin tourism operators at the year's major tourism showcase event has disappointed industry insiders.
The structures in place that hold women back are one of the reasons feminism is still so prominent in public debate.
There is a hushed air when a large room of embroiderers gets down to business.
A Dunedin climate action group took a "creative street theatre" approach to their fight against climate change on Saturday.
This is the story of Macbeth. Then again it could be MacBeth, or even McBeath.
Using violent crimes against women as a plot point is a reflection of reality, a Dunedin crime writer says.
English hip-hop artist Akala at an interactive session at a packed King's and Queen's Performing Arts Centre yesterday, where he was welcomed with a rousing haka.
A new home has been found for the Accident Compensation Corporation as it prepares to add more than 100 new jobs to its Dunedin operations later this year.
Former Dunedin musician Malcolm Black has lost his battle with cancer. He was 58.