Dushantha Senarath and Zach Newton competed at the recent NZ Chefs Hospitality Championships securing a gold medal and a trip to Sri Lanka.
NZMA had 70 students compete at the NZ Hospitality Championships in association with NZChefs over four days, 27 – 30 July.
The Whitianga Scallop Festival is back and this year it will be held on 16th September.
T.I.A Chief Executive Chris Roberts says the temporary work visa changes will be a relief to many tourism and hospitality employers.
The first of this year’s NZ Bakels pie champions has been announced with a new apprentice from Masterton winning Apprentice Pie Maker 2017.
Two new EDITION hotels are set to open in Japan’s dynamic capital Tokyo in 2020, coinciding with the Olympic Games.
Ara Institute of Canterbury has introduced a new Bachelor of International Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Wellington’s annual winter food festival, Visa Wellington on a Plate, is outgrowing itself and looking to expand onto the international stage.
A prestigious hotel located in Tokyo will host the “Princess Mermaid Sweets Buffet” to commemorate the fairy tale “The Little Mermaid”.
Spending through Paymark in Otago was up strongly within bars, clubs and cafes coinciding with the Lions’ game in Dunedin on June 13.
Exclusive Hôtel du Marc inspired rooms created in partnership with Veuve Clicquot are available at selected Hilton Hotels & Resorts.
Auckland Council’s finance committee has voted in favour of a hotel accommodation rate by 11 votes to eight.