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  • As the Stories Beat Stuff campaign gears up to launch its next two experiences, the first two winners have been busy updating their blogs on newzeland.com and sharing their building excitement with the wider youth market via twitter and facebook. Tourism New Zealand's General Manager of Marketing Communications, Justin Watson, says the interactive nature of the campaign, alongside the ongoing focus on the influential youth sector which accounts for almost 25 per cent of annual arrivals to New Zealand, is starting to show results.
    Article - 2012-01-20 17:00
  • 20 January 2012 - 4.00PM Salvors have been able to manoeuvre the Smit Borneo alongside the bow of Rena, allowing 13 containers to be lifted off the bow section.. Weather remains fine with sea conditions conducive for continued container recovery from the bow section. Oiled wildlife response manager Teri McClelland said the number of oiled birds – live and dead – being collected around the Bay of Plenty remained small.
    Article - 2012-01-20 18:00
  • Ports of Auckland has today met with representatives of the Maritime Union of New Zealand – Local 13 to consult on the port’s proposal to increase flexibility and efficiency at the port under a new labour model. The purpose of today’s meeting was to present details of the proposal to MUNZ and to enable MUNZ to facilitate genuine and meaningful consultation with its members on what the proposal would really mean for them.
    Article - 2012-01-20 18:00
  • New Zealand Police will tonight continue searching a property at 186 Mahoenui Road, Coatsville, Auckland as part of the FBI and US Department of Justice led investigation into criminal copyright infringement. This morning three men were arrested at the house - called the Dotcom Mansion - and a fourth man was arrested at a nearby property.
    Article - 2012-01-20 21:00
  • Gay and Lesbian Tourism New Zealand website and information source PureGayNZ.com has refreshed with strong support from Gay and Lesbian owned and friendly tourism operators keen to diversify and encourage the pink dollar.
    Article - 2012-01-21 11:00