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25 Oct 2021 21:10
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    A tourist-starved Fiordland town's getting creative - as they search to attract custom

    A tourist-starved Fiordland town's getting creative - as they search to attract custom


    The country enters daylight saving this weekend - and Te Anau will stay there permanently.

    Fiordland Business Association chair Nathan Benfell owns Te Anau's Shakespeare House bed and breakfast.

    Today he's had his first visitor since the country moved to Level 4 last month.

    Benfell says endless daylight saving could help struggling businesses - and they're working out how to leverage it to draw in visitors.

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    Auckland:
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    Health & Safety:
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    Politics:
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    Basketball:
    Protesters gather outside Brooklyn Nets's home arena in support of Kyrie Irving's COVID-19 vaccine stance 18:34

    Christchurch:
    The man killed in a light plane crash in Canterbury was a well respected glider pilot 18:34

    International:
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    Cricket:
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    General:
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