Auckland and Northland take lion’s share of $50 million regional events fund


Auckland and Northland take lion’s share of $50 million
Auckland and Northland will take the lion’s share of the Government’s $50 million Regional Events Fund, getting $19 million, Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis said on Thursday. The fund aimed to …


MIL-OSI New Zealand: Boosting regional tourism recovery …
Source: New Zealand Government. Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis has today announced further details of how the $50 million Regional Events Fund will be allocated, confirming that regions will take the charge on driving domestic tourism, as part of the Government’s tourism recovery plan and support for jobs.


Boosting regional tourism recovery through events
Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis has today announced further details of how the $50 million Regional Events Fund will be allocated, confirming that regions will take the charge on driving domestic tourism, as part of the Government’s tourism recovery plan and support for jobs.


Boosting regional tourism recovery through events | The …
Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis has today announced further details of how the $50 million Regional Events Fund will be allocated, confirming that regions will take the charge on driving domestic tourism, as part of the Government’s tourism recovery plan and support for jobs.


Boosting regional tourism recovery through events | Mirage …
Share . Boosting regional tourism recovery through events. Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis has today announced further details of how the $50 million Regional Events Fund will be allocated, confirming that regions will take the charge on driving domestic tourism, as part of the Government’s tourism recovery plan and support for jobs …


About the Regional Events Fund Grants … – Auckland Council
Regional economic multiplier effects, i.e. audiences attracted to regional events will normally spend money on transport, food and sometimes tickets and products associated with the event. Add to the vibrancy of life in Auckland with the diverse range of opportunities in a region-wide annual event calendar.


Northland has been allocated $100m from the Provincial …
Northland’s been allocated the 3rd highest amount followed by the West Coast & Tairāwhiti. Northland has been allocated $100m from the Provincial Growth Fund but that’s $50 million behind …


Regional grants – Auckland Council
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Provincial Growth Fund winners and losers: Where is the …
Under the Provincial Growth Fund, there’s been $40 million to upgrade to the TranzAlpine service to the West Coast, $30m on Hawke’s Bay water projects, and $18.5m on water storage in Northland.


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