Wednesday, August 15, 2018


Breakthrough in Domestic Travel

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At last it looks as though domestic travel has turned the corner with latest tourism figures indicating more Australians are travelling internally although they are being more frugal with spending.

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Separate Menus set for the Chop


Restaurants no longer have to provide a separate menu for the times they want to apply surcharges following the federal government’s support of recommendations for the requirement to be abolished.

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$133 Million for Tourism and Events


The NSW government’s $133 million investment in tourism and events in the 2011-12 budget will generate and support thousands of jobs and help NSW realise its full potential as Australia’s number one tourism and event destination.

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Tourism Gets Migrant Scheme for WA


Minister for tourism, Martin Ferguson, said this week’s announcement to expand the Pacific Seasonal Worker Pilot Scheme will help tourism operators meet the challenge of finding enough workers in peak periods.

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Interest High in Mirvac Sale


A list of about 20 groups, including LaSalle Investment Management and private equity giant Blackstone, are conducting due diligence on the Mirvac Group’s $450 million hotel empire, with bids to close next week, according to The Australian.

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