Category: Australian Capital Territory

You can take a city to water… but will it thrive?

New Canberra CBD plan draws interest From abc.net.au 21st October 2013 A draft plan has been released to improve Canberra's CBD

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Fair Work Act reignites public holiday debate

  IMAGE: The Perth Show. TTN: The Australian Industry Group is fighting for Australian state public holidays to be harmonised nationally

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Canberra Centenary director learns a hard lesson in PR

TTN: Robyn Archer, the Creative Director of Canberra's Centenary celebrations, has defended Canberra's Skywhale artwork in a defensive op-ed for

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Gallipoli tour operators beat Snowdon to the punch

Photo: Anzac Cove. ECEABAT, TURKEY: The Australian government has been unsuccessful in bullying Turkish tourism operators into a ballot

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Locals in favour of airport expansion? They do exist

From the Canberra Times In the rising noise and dust stirring up on Canberra's eastern edge from roadworks and airport

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10-15 years to bring Canberra’s ‘City To The Lake’

From abc.net.au The ACT Government has unveiled a project to expand Canberra's central business district around Lake Burley Griffin. New swimming

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Iconic Canberra hotel sells to NRMA & Toga

From abc.net.au Canberra's Hotel Kurrajong has changed hands in a multi-million dollar sale to a Sydney-based hotel chain. Toga Hotels and

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State tourism ministers talk to The Tourism News

Where are our Tourism leaders taking us?

In order of appearance; Jann Stuckey (QLD), Matt Conlon (NT) Andrew Barr (ACT) and Gail Gago (SA) The Tourism News

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NSW housing approval ensures Canberra Airport stays small

A housing development in Canberra has been approved under a flight path despite the universally acknowledged truth thatthis will

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ACT Tourism ignores bread and butter visitors

There is an old advertising adage that it is 5x cheaper to keep an old customer than aquire a

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