The best performing bars, restaurants, cafes and hotels in New Zealand’s hospitality industry have been announced as winners at this year’s Hospitality New Zealand Awards for Excellence.
As a long-time supporter of the palliative care organization, Dilmah has donated tea requirements to every Hospice in New Zealand since 1997, ensuring that those who rely on the service, together with their families, friends, visitors, Hospice staff and volunteers, ...
This year, acclaimed Marlborough winemaker Allan Scott celebrates the 25th vintage at his namesake Blenheim-based vineyard. Allan Scott Family Winemakers released its first humble blend in 1990, and today creates multiple varieties with heavy demand for their wines in over ...
After three days of intense competitions and months of preparation, the major award winners of the 2014 NZ Culinary Fare were revealed recently at the Vodafone Events Centre in Auckland.
We’d like to take a moment to congratulate our very own Neil Miller who last week won Beer Writer of the Year at the Brewers Guild of New Zealand awards.
Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) students Ryan Bloomfield, Maxine Scheckter and Nicolas Abril have proven that when the ‘heat is on in the kitchen’ it is no barrier to success, after they won gold and silver medals plus an Innovation ...
Statistics New Zealand’s Commercial Accommodation Monitor (CAM) figures released yesterday showed that Queenstown has recorded its highest ever guest nights for a 12 month period.
The five-property Australasian accommodation business Sudima Hotel Group has outdone itself. Sudima Auckland Airport was named a finalist in the Employer of Choice category in the 2013 Westpac Auckland Business Awards – South, and the company is now vying for pre-eminence in two categories in this year’s awards.
In 2013 DB Breweries made 10 commitments to its hospitality customers. And today they fronted an industry audience on just how they’ve gone about delivering on these.
Robert Harris Café, Ashburton has scooped the top award at the recent annual 2014 Robert Harris Café Franchise Awards, held in Queenstown.
International students are set to benefit from the planned runway extension proposed for Wellington Airport.
Built in 2008 for a Yellow Pages marketing campaign, the 12m-high Redwoods Treehouse pod was open as a restaurant for a limited time to the public. Now it is open again and available for private hire.
Nelson College edged out two very close competitors to take the National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Title for 2014.
Hamilton’s Victoria Street Bistro has been crowned the coveted title of the 2014 Monteith’s Wild Food Challenge winner with its dish ‘Wild Daisy’.
The Coffee Club New Zealand and KidsCan have unveiled three new Christmas takeaway coffee cup and napkin designs designed by school children who won a nationwide Christmas Cup Art Competition.
For those who appreciate the finer things in life O’Connell Street Bistro’s Whisky and Truffle tasting menu is a must have experience.
A hard-working solo mother of two daughters, one with special needs, says that winning a year’s worth of bread and milk will change her family’s life after a house fire destroyed their home late last year.
Another exclusive food blog with Hospitality Business: Follow Lesley Christensen-Yule on her travels through Europe and America. A celebrated food writer (The New Zealand Chef and The NZ Cook’s Bible), share Lesley’s amazing food experiences and insights here.