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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Business has picked up for Auckland's hospitality sector ahead of tomorrow night's All Blacks test against France at Eden Park

    Business has picked up for Auckland's hospitality sector ahead of tomorrow night's All Blacks test against France at Eden Park


    Hospitality New Zealand spokeswoman Nadine Mehlhopt says there are still rooms available, but there's been a lift in interest in the last 24 hours.

    She says historically it's normally the second or third test that attracts the most hype.

    The next tests are in Wellington and Dunedin.

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