WATCH: US talk show host Stephen Colbert becomes the ‘Newest Zealander’
US talk show host Stephen Colbert embarked on a mission to become the ‘Newest Zealander’ last week by befriending the country’s PM and pranking Lorde.
Tourism New Zealand puts Aussie travel agents front and centre in latest brand campaign
Perhaps the most impressive part of this campaign is the pose being struck by the man in the accompanying photo.
Kiwis to say ‘Good Morning World’ every day for next 12 months as part of Tourism NZ’s new brand campaign
Kiwis are getting up at the crack of dawn to welcome the world as part of a Tourism NZ campaign. Meanwhile, Travel Weekly staff will be tucked up in bed wearing their Peter Alexander PJs and pom pom nightcaps.
Tourism New Zealand appoints global media agency partner to $35m account
Rumour has it that the successful agency wooed Tourism New Zealand by playing a cover of Dave Dobbyn’s “Slice of Heaven” in the pitch meeting.
Agents can learn about New Zealand’s ski regions with new interactive mobile game
Looking for a new, more productive way of spending your lunchbreak that doesn’t involve searching for new matches on Tinder or beating your Candy Crush PB? This new game might just be it.
“There are many trends swinging in our favour”, says Tourism New Zealand GM
by Huntley Mitchell
Tourism New Zealand’s Aussie GM showed plenty of hospitality in a recent interview with Travel Weekly, but sadly stopped short of performing the haka.
Tourism NZ Issues ‘New’ World Map In ad Featuring Ed Sheeran & Peter Jackson
Rhys Darby and Jacinda Ardern are back at it again, trying to solve the mystery of why New Zealand keeps getting left off world maps.
“Coorpertition” vital to the industry’s future, says Tourism NZ chief
by Huntley Mitchell
Another Global Tourism Summit story coming to you from sunny Hawaii, which is where we’d much rather be than in our lukewarm Sydney office.
Midweek Interview with Tourism New Zealand’s Andrew Waddel
This week we got up close and personal with the general manager of Tourism New Zealand, Andrew Waddel, until he requested we sit further away.
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