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  • Māori Culture New Zealand, Māori Culture, Traditions and Tourism

    …Travel »Culture »Māori Culture Māori Culture Today Māori people live throughout New Zealand, and many are actively involved with keeping their culture and language alive. Within any Māori community, the marae provides a focus for social, cultural and spiritual…

  • Free Travel Newsletter : May 2019

    culture, businesses are evaluated on their understanding and usage of energy and natural resources, discharges and waste, customer and staff engagement and involvement, investment in and enhancement of the environment, awareness of other cultures, empathy towards historic and New Zealand cultural

  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter

    …Online has recently expanded its Māori Culture and Tourism sections on its Web site. Māori Culture With increased awareness and expectations from international visitors, New Zealand Tourism Online has added additional material to its cultural section. This includes legends and stories.…

  • April 2018 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …Showing Respect and Awareness of Differences This is the fifth article in a series of tips for business focussing on how to give great customer service to international visitors. This month we focus on how important it is to be aware of the differences between people's cultures and to be respectful…

  • November 2015 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …spectacular scenery, adrenalin packed activities and cultural experiences that will be incorporated into Tourism New Zealand's campaign work in India. (He will also deliver messages about safe driving). Fraud Awareness Week 2015 Fraud Awareness Week is run by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and…

  • Tramping in New Zealand, New Zealand Hiking and Guided Walks

    …fires and observe fire-bans. * Respect our cultural heritage and learn about its significance. Safety Tips for Walking and Trekking: Regardless of how easy or well-trodden a track may seem, tramping presents potential risks that all walkers should be aware of. The following are a few basic rules of…

  • Queenstown Auto Extravaganza, February 2011, Queenstown Event Centre

    …on the day as they may be disappointed if there's no room to display." The biennial Queenstown Auto Extravaganza, organized to promote awareness and raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation, attracts thousands of car enthusiasts for an exciting line up of activities. Car enthusiasts…

  • December 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …and they'll probably want to come back again. Most visitors do not have the same cultural background as we do in New Zealand and often do not speak English. Taking time to learn about how people from other cultures communicate, do things and what they expect, goes a long way in establishing good…

  • Education in New Zealand, International Students in New Zealand

    …lifestyle second to none. So why not develop new skills while exploring new cultures and entertainment opportunities? What's it like in New Zealand? New Zealand Culture New Zealand culture is unique and dynamic. The culture of its indigenous Māori people affects the language, the arts, and…

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