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New Zealand has been a hive of activity since Paul’s whirlwind trip, with new kiosks being installed and more signing on to become host sites.
The Wairoa i-Site is buzzing with excitement over developments in the local area. Rocket Lab, based out of Auckland, has chosen the Mahia Peninsula as the prime location for it’s launch site, where international satellites will be sent into orbit using the company’s Electron Rocket.

This unique attraction is welcomed by the surrounding community and will surely boost tourist traffic in the local area for many years to come. The promotion of Wairoa on the TourismTouchscreen Network would not have been possible without the great support of Wairoa district council CEO, Fergus Power. Investing in visitor information sources before blast off is always a smart move!

Above: Corporate Support Officer, Katherina Di Lena(left) and Datatrax New Zealand Manager, Alan  Marshall (right) with the new Wairoa kiosk
Above: Corporate Support Officer, Katherina Di Lena (left) and Datatrax New Zealand Manager, Alan Marshall (right) with the new Wairoa kiosk