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The visitor arrival figures for November confirm that the government and the industry have been correct to focus on reviving the flagging Japanese market, Tourism Minister Mark Burton said.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Tourism Minister Mark Burton will be hosting a visit to New Zealand this week by the Premier of Queensland, Peter Beattie.

The Premier will be in Wellington on Tuesday (18 December) and Auckland on Wednesday (19 December).

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

It is a pleasure to be here today for the official opening of this new viewing deck.

This is of course just the first stage in a major new development planned for this site.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Tourism Minister Mark Burton is today continuing his active support for Tourism in New Zealand, by officiating in Queenstown at the opening of a new development at one of New Zealand's best known tourism attractions.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

An enhanced partnership between the public and private sector will result from changes to the formal structures and processes of Tourism New Zealand, the Minister of Tourism Mark Burton announced today.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Thank you Ross.

It is a pleasure to be here as Minister for SOEs, Tourism, Defence and as Associate Minister for Lord of the Rings.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Tourism Minister Mark Burton announced today that the government had allocated a further $2 million to Tourism New Zealand for a major marketing campaign aimed at boosting the number of Japanese tourists visiting New Zealand.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Thank you for coming, it’s a pleasure for me to meet with you today. As New Zealand’ s Minister of Tourism, I represent an industry that is vital to our country’s future.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Associate Tourism Minister Parekura Horomia said tonight’s launch of the biennial Kapa Haka festival in Auckland highlights the potential earning power of Maori culture for New Zealand.

  • Parekura Horomia
  • Tourism

Thank you for coming, it’s a pleasure for me to meet with you today. As New Zealand’ s Minister of Tourism, I represent an industry that is vital to our country’s future.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

The Minister of Tourism Mark Burton flies to Japan tomorrow (Monday) as part of a concerted New Zealand effort to encourage Japanese to start travelling again.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

The fall in international visitor arrivals during October was not unexpected, the Minister of Tourism Mark Burton said.

"The government will continue to work alongside the tourism industry to manage our way through this period."

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

A bumper Ruapehu ski season is reflected in the latest accommodation figures from Statistics New Zealand, much to the delight of Tourism Minister and local Member of Parliament, Mark Burton.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

It is a great pleasure to be here this evening at the gala dinner of the New Zealand Food and Wine Tourism Conference 2001.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

The profile of New Zealand as a tourist destination has been successfully raised at a major tourism expo in China, the Minister of Tourism Mark Burton said today.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

A new gallery at the Otago Museum which celebrates the natural and human history of the region has received a funding boost from the Minister of Tourism.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Bill Bayliss (Chair of Fiordland Travel),
Bryan Hutchins (Chief Executive of Fiordland Travel),
Jim Young (Fiordland Travel Chief Engineer),
Les and Olive Hutchins (founders of Fiordland Travel),

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

The international visitor arrival figures for September show that New Zealand continues to be seen as a safe and attractive destination, the Minister of Tourism Mark Burton said.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

A cheque for $50,000 was today handed over by the Minister of Tourism Mark Burton to the Tongariro Trout Centre.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

Air New Zealand's vital importance to the tourism industry was a key influence on the government's decision to take the lead role in saving New Zealand's national flag carrier, the Minister of Tourism Mark Burton said.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

The Government is seeking feedback on the report He Mätai Täpoi Mäori, which looks at the barriers, impediments and opportunities for Mäori in tourism.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

The Government is seeking feedback on the report He Mätai Täpoi Mäori, which looks at the barriers, impediments and opportunities for Mäori in tourism.

  • Parekura Horomia
  • Tourism

The Minister of Tourism Mark Burton will host the Lord Mayor of Brisbane Jim Soorley and his delegation during a visit to Wellington.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism

It is my great pleasure to have been invited to speak to you today here in Waitomo.

  • Mark Burton
  • Tourism