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Nash promises Milford money won’t go on talkfest

Paul McBeth
Sat, 08 May 2021

Stuart Nash after announcing a $200m package for tourism.
Paul McBeth
Sat, 08 May 2021
Tourism minister Stuart Nash wants to see concrete action in the next two years from the $15 million carved out to revitalise Milford Sound as an international drawcard.Nash announced the funding for the Milford opportunities project – the multi-agency group set up to investigate how visitors are managed in the sound and along the transport corridor – as part of a $200m budget package for the tourism sector embodying his drive to help the industry reclaim its social licence from communities weary of the stresses placed on local infr...

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