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  •   Home > News > Business

    From one extreme to the other

    From one extreme to the other

    8 April 2021
    With the trans-Tasman bubble to commence on April 19, hotel and hospitality leaders are concerned there won't be enough staff for a sudden rush of tourists

    Queenstown hotelier Mark Rose says the town could be two thousand staff short for the ski season.

    He says if worst comes to worst, he may have to cap the number of rooms he offers.

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