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  • Despite the very unsettled recessionary market, central Christchurch’s Hotel SO has experienced such a positive reception to its ultra-modern, low-cost model that it is now moving into the second and final phase of its expansion.
    Article - 2009-08-27 10:12
  • New Zealand’s transport system has received a big boost with the announcement of details of an $8.7 billion programme- the launch of the National Land Transport Programme (NLTP). Transport Minister Steven Joyce said this is the largest ever investment in the system and represents a 17 percent increase from the previous three-year period.
    Article - 2009-08-28 11:19
  • Despite a number of regulations and systems in place and regular awareness campaigns, road safety in Auckland is still a serious concern. One person is killed every five days on roads in the Auckland region, with a further eight people seriously injured. With the ever increasing volume of traffic, it becomes all the more important to devise new and innovative steps to achieve tangible gains in this direction.
    Article - 2009-09-01 12:38
  • Air New Zealand has announced it will run a charter service from Nagoya and Okinawa during the peak summer months as part of a joint venture to tap into the Japanese market – the fifth biggest source of tourists to New Zealand, and one of the highest spending. 
    Article - 2009-09-03 14:14
  • A low cost bus company famous for city to city fares starting at just $1* has expanded its service to include a budget priced Wellington to Picton ferry offering.  Based on hugely successful British transport models like Easyjet, cuts the overhead costs from the ticketing process by providing ‘internet based’ ticketing and reducing the need for middlemen.
    Article - 2009-09-08 14:06
  • Jasons Travel Media recently conducted two surveys that examined both travellers’ expectations and the offerings of accommodation operators’ who advertise in Jasons Business Traveller New Zealand Accommodation Directory. “These surveys were meant to get information from our users and advertisers to gauge their satisfaction levels, and to provide that information to other advertisers,” CEO Matthew Mayne told Business to Business.
    Article - 2009-10-21 16:43
  • The Marketing Association’s RSVP and Nexus Awards recognised the best of the best in marketing recently, selecting winners from a record number of over 250 entries. The winners were those who rose to last year’s challenges and created outstanding, response-driven marketing campaigns that delivered results, and they can now celebrate and enjoy their new status as Grand Masters of marketing.
    Article - 2010-05-07 12:20
  • Flight Centre Limited (FLT) launched its Corporate Traveller brand today in New Zealand as part of a strategy to improve service, increase business travel market share and capture the growing needs of the SME travel market. Executive general manager FLT corporate, Shannon O’Brien, said Corporate Traveller would be closely aligned to FLT’s key global corporate travel business FCm Travel Solutions to ensure a high standard of service was maintained through dedicated account managers.
    Article - 2010-05-10 17:40
  • Air New Zealand plans to introduce Kiwi designed lie-flat economy and ground breaking premium economy seats later this year, transforming international air travel and offering enhanced comforts for those wanting the ultimate in luxurious Business Premier travel. The airline today revealed its prototype designs in a full-scale Boeing 777-300 cabin.
    Article - 2010-05-11 17:03
  • Christchurch International Airport (CIAL) has announced two new construction contracts at the airport - Mainzeal Property and Construction for the construction of the Regional Lounge complex; and Hawkins Construction for the redevelopment of the international retail area.  
    Article - 2010-05-13 16:56