Friday, December 15, 2017

Industry

The Star launches The Event Centre

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The Star, Sydney’s premier event and entertainment destination, officially launched the final piece of its $870 million development, the $100 million Event Centre, to event organisers and planners, in an exclusive showcase of its flexible and world-class facility on 12 March.

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Too high rebuff for much needed hotel

Barrack Square Perth

Bill Richardson, developer of a planned hotel at Perth’s Barrack Square, remains confident it will go ahead despite the council recommending it should not go ahead as it would overshadow the Bell Tower.

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NSW enacts hi-rise window laws

Window Law

Following a spate of accidents involving children falling from high-rise windows, NSW minister for fair trading Anthony Roberts has regulated that all windows above the ground floor in existing residential strata schemes must be fitted with locks or safety devices that can prevent the windows from opening more than 12.5cm or the width of a baby’s head.

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Global guest review system in Australia

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Lodging Interactive partners with Technology 4 Hotels to bring its coveted GRS to hotels across Australia and New Zealand Regardless where in the world you own or operate an accommodation business, the challenge of maintaining control over the guest experience and the property or brand reputation is universal.

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Skål president for Sydney named

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Karan Singh has been appointed president of Skål International Sydney North, for 2013. Karan Singh joined Skål in 2004 and has served been an active committee member for many years.

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Melbourne could get 108-storey hotel

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Two major accommodation projects have been announced for Melbourne this week and, if accepted, one could lead to the city having the highest hotel in the southern hemisphere. Architectural firm Nonda Katsalidis has planned a five-star hotel that will tower 108 storeys above the city.

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