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Registrations are now open at www.conveneauckland.co.nz for local and hosted buyers to Convene Auckland 2011– the exhibition that showcases greater Auckland’s corporate events sector. Convene Auckland 2011 is being held at SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre on 12APR, with pre-touring and a welcome function on 11APR.Read the full post
Tourism Coromandel reports that Auckland Anniversary Weekend – 29-31JAN – is being marked on the Coromandel Peninsula with a big line-up of events.
• Concert in the Orchard, Pauanui on 29JAN
• RoadRunner classic blues rock at the Waihi Beach Hotel on 29JAN
• Sol Surf Series – Event 3 at Whangamata 29-31JAN
• Summer Festival –The Feelers at the Coroglen Tavern –30JAN.
For more info on events in 2011, visit www.thecoromandel.com
Australians made up about 56% of skiers at Coronet Peak and 64% of skiers at Remarkables Ski Area in 2010, according to an NZ Ski postseason review. NZ Ski general manager sales and marketing Craig Douglas says Australians only made up an average 36% of the entire New Zealand ski industry.Read the full post
A group of 35 Northland tourism businesses, Northland’s four councils, its RTO Destination Northland and Tourism New Zealand have joined forces and resources with an Australian tour operator and a retail chain in a $300,000 marketing push in Australia.Read the full post
Date: Sunday, 30 January, 2011
Start Time: 11am - 5.30pm
Venue: Southland Rodeo Grounds, Dunn Road, Otatara, Invercargill
Price: $12 adults, $2 children, tickets can be purchased at the gate
Come to Otatara for a day of excitement and fun.
Events include saddle bronc and bareback riding, steer wrestling, calf roping, ladies barrel race, team roping and the feature event – bull riding.
Come and watch the women from Northern Districts battle it out in this weekend of cricket against the Auckland Hearts.Read the full post
The Tainui Street landscape is changing forever, with the demolition this week of the second-to-last house on the street as Greymouth’s commercial hub continues to grow.
Greenfield Suzuki is expanding its car sales yard, and owner Kerry Heveldt says big changes are afoot with the removal of the old house next door.