NSW/ Cricket Aus plan could earn $300m

NSW are more than willing to pick up QLD's slack on Cricket Australia's summer of cricket with India. From Fairfax,

Tasmania reopens, accepting risks #CutRedTapeCreateJobs

Tasmania has reopened to all Australian regions outside NSW and VIC, accepting that new cases of Coronavirus are inevitable

Qantas to do regional routes – if demand is there

Qantas are willing to pick up regional flights such as Sydney to Merimbula 'if the demand is there.' Subtext:

Baby steps back to normality for COVID safety in NSW #CutRedTapeCreateJobs

“You’ve just got to be balanced. The economic impact of this, everybody knows, is a health hazard in its

How to get free destination marketing off the ground

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ANZAC Travel Bubble opens as baby step to international

The NZ/ Australia bubble has opened one-way. Mandatory AU hotel quarantine still applies, but it's a start. Air NZ says

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NAWP to open up souvenir industries, too

PICTURE: A Cairns tourism operator selling skins and other animal products. From Lakwatseradeprimera.com The Cairns Post is reporting that the

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Lead investor says gov underestimating debt risk

Billionaire investor predicts 'day of reckoning' over government spending From Fairfax, 12th October 2020 Magellan chief investment officer Hamish Douglass says

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Sydney pub owner reckons punters can take some responsibility

At the end of every night, pub owner Ben Johnson breathes a “big sigh of relief” (that he didn't

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NSW/ Cricket Aus plan could earn $300m

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Lockdown lift will come from Vic biz pressure #CutRedTapeCreateJobs

Victorian businesses are at the end of their tether, with the Vic. Premier unwilling to give a standard hotspotting

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Supply chain logistics still a struggle for exporters

Of all the COVID difficulties, the price of fresh food export via airfreight is a major problem for food

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National Parks director pushed out over indigenous sacred sites

Accountability is front of mind across indigenous sacred sites as NT and WA tourism heats up. TTN - 16 Oct

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COVID the accidental antidote to the ‘cultural cringe’

It's been a fine line between sophistication and snobbery, but so grateful are expats for our health freedoms in

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NSW/ Cricket Aus plan could earn $300m

NSW are more than willing to pick up QLD's slack on Cricket Australia's summer of cricket with India. From Fairfax,

Pub debt at do or die stages on sqm distancing #CutRedTapeCreateJobs

If no easing of per square metre restictions happen on a widespread scale before summer, even major venues may

Regions still feature traditional attractions

Tourism booms in regional towns with regular regional events... like this horse showcase that features old-timey hats and all. Form

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Gerner + silks question proportionality of response

"Mr Gerner’s argument questions whether restrictions... (are) contrary to the implied constitutional rights of freedom of movement within states

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QLD outback film festival gets intrastate surge #CutRedTapeCreateJobs

Winton's Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival (VSOFF) is 35% up on its best ever year of ticket sales thanks

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Goodbye Sizzler – value not there for Aussie consumers

"...Diners based on value-for-money servings were no longer popular in Australia, particularly with millennials and Generation Y parents in

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Hanson denies knowledge of $500k Mission Beach plunder

Pivotal Queensland party One Nation ploughed $500k into an investment group that are keeping Mission Beach property tied up

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