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3rd September 2020
Posted under: Pānui

All Blacks Experience to open in December 2020

The exciting new All Blacks Experience in Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) is gearing up to welcome manuhiri (visitors) from 2 December 2020. Construction on the New Zealand Rugby and Ngāi Tahu…

7th August 2020
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Announcement of Relativity payment

E aku titirei, e aku amo tītoko i te raki, tēnā anō tātou i roto i kā tini āhuataka o te wā, i raro i a Matariki e taukapo mai…

7th August 2020
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Ngāi Tahu Tourism receives STAPP funding

Ngāi Tahu Tourism has received a total of $1.95 million in grants from the Strategic Tourism Assets Protection Programme (STAPP) for four of its businesses, including the Dark Sky Project…

4th August 2020
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Iwi partnership’s Go Bus sale concludes

The sale of passenger transport company Go Bus from a Ngāi Tahu and Waikato-Tainui partnership to Melbourne-based industry operator Kinetic has completed today. Ngāi Tahu Holdings and Tainui Group Holdings…

14th July 2020
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Concerns over unlawful activity on Ngāi Tahu Forestry land

There has been a noticeable increase in unlawful rubbish dumping, unauthorised tree felling, and other illegal activity on West Coast forestry land owned by Ngāi Tahu Forestry. Forest Managers are…

8th July 2020
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Māori place names to be reinstated around Te Pātaka-o-Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula

Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke yesterday welcomed the reinstatement of 13 correct te reo Māori place names across Te Pātaka-o-Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula. The Minister for Land Information Eugenie Sage formally announced…

3rd July 2020
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Queenstown’s Shotover Jet reopens

Shotover Jet has returned to the Kimiākau (Shotover River), with dozens of New Zealanders kicking off the school holidays with a thrilling jet boat ride. The attraction is the only…

2nd July 2020
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Observatory stargazing set to return to Takapō

New Zealanders can once again enjoy stargazing with the reopening of Dark Sky Project, the leading astro-tourism attraction in Takapō (Tekapo). The company will reopen on 3 July, offering its…

1st July 2020
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Hollyford Track set to reopen for summer

Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s three-day wilderness experience on the Hollyford Track in Fiordland is set to reopen in January 2021. The guided experience, run by Guided Walks New Zealand, was closed…

19th June 2020
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Franz Josef Glacier guided hikes set to return

Guided adventures on the Franz Josef Glacier will resume in time for the school holidays, thanks to a collaboration between Ngāi Tahu Tourism, the Department of Conservation and The Helicopter…