1. Government looks to minimise costs of tourism to New Zealanders  RNZ
  2. Covid 19 coronavirus: Tourism Minister Stuart Nash's blunt message to tourism sector: target rich tourists  New Zealand Herald
  3. Tourism Minister says low spending international visitors are out  Stuff.co.nz
  4. Message to tourism sector: target rich tourists  Otago Daily Times
  5. COVID-19: Travel Card proposal to be floated at Tourism Summit Aotearoa - TIA  Newshub
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The new Tourism Minister has announced New Zealanders will no longer subsidise international visitors to the extent they have in the past.The new Tourism Minister has announced New Zealanders will no longer subsidise international visitors to the extent they have in the past.

Government looks to minimise costs of tourism to New Zealanders | RNZ News

The days of ratepayers subsidising tourism need to end, he says.The days of ratepayers subsidising tourism need to end, he says.

Covid 19 coronavirus: Tourism Minister Stuart Nash's blunt message to tourism sector: target rich tourists - NZ Herald

The proposal, released in October, was set to be discussed at today's tourism summit. The proposal, released in October, was set to be discussed at today's tourism summit.

COVID-19: Travel Card proposal to be floated at Tourism Summit Aotearoa - TIA | Newshub

The tourism industry has been told to target high spending tourists once the borders open.The tourism industry has been told to target high spending tourists once the borders open.

Tourism Minister Stuart Nash has bluntly told operators there will be no return to a pre-Covid "business as usual" - and wealthy tourists should be...

Message to tourism sector: target rich tourists | Otago Daily Times Online News

Stuart Nash says freedom campers are not the future for the industry here. Stuart Nash says freedom campers are not the future for the industry here.

New Tourism Minister says Kiwis should no-longer subsidise international visitors | 1 NEWS | TVNZ