Media releases

31 July 2005

Winner of the 2005 AA Supreme Host of the Year Award announced

The winner of the AA Tourism 2005 Supreme Host of the Year Award was announced tonight with the major award going to Grange Lodge Motel in Manukau City for the second year in a row. Hosted in conjunct... Read more

27 July 2005

AA Supreme Host of the Year finalists announced

Finalists have been announced for the AA Supreme Host of the Year Award for the Motel Association of New Zealand (MANZ). The overall winner will be revealed at the MANZ Conference in Christchurch this... Read more

26 July 2005

AA safer roads project supports Safety NZ Week

The AA is this week supporting the inaugural Safety NZ Week, which runs from today until August 12th. Safety NZ Week aims to highlight a variety of safety issues to address the surprisingly high numbe... Read more

25 July 2005

Finalists announced for 2005 AA Spirit of Hospitality Award

Finalists for the 2005 AA Spirit of Hospitality Award have been announced and the winner will be revealed at the Annual Holiday Accommodation Parks Association of New Zealand (HAPNZ) Conference in Rot... Read more

12 July 2005

Domestic winter travel is sorted with AA Tourism

AA Tourism has four great winter packages on offer for snow and ski enthusiasts, with plenty of off-mountain options for those who want to get out and about in New Zealand over winter. The winter pack... Read more

5 July 2005

Petrolwatch – June 2005

Petrol prices at the pump increased steadily through June, leading to a growing impact on motorists’ pockets. This follows a steady and marked rise in international oil prices to an all time high of m... Read more

4 July 2005

MCK hotel group joins AA Member rates programme

AA Tourism proudly welcomes the international Millennium Copthorne Kingsgate Hotel group to its recently launched AA Member Rates programme. With over 31 properties around New Zealand – including four... Read more

28 June 2005

How safe is your used car?

Data from the world’s largest survey of real-life crashes has been analysed to rate the safety performance of some of New Zealand’s most popular used cars. The 2005 Used Car Safety Ratings (UCSR) stud... Read more

23 June 2005

Additional $500 million good news for road users

The Government is to be congratulated for its decision to invest a windfall tax gain of $500 million in transport infrastructure, the AA said today. “This use of additional and unexpected revenue in t... Read more

12 June 2005

Transport Safety Minister to open AA Driver Education Foundation annual conference

The Rt. Hon. Harry Duynhoven, Minister for Transport Safety, will open the AA Driver Education Foundation (AADEF) Annual Conference in Auckland on Friday evening. The Conference, taking place over Jun... Read more

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