Silk Air have increased flights from northern centres to Singapore as Qantas and Virgin cut back on less profitable
Iconic Australian tourism destination the Northern Territory has long been considered a governmental basket case. Now it's revealed the
It will take $446m and strategic collaboration to turn mining hub Jabiru into a tourism mecca.
Jabiru future: Four-way agreement
TTN, 2nd May 2018With an enquiry by Australia's Productivity Commission into the Economic Regulation of Airports to begin in
Milingimbi Island craftsmen Sean Mandaway and Josiah Baker at the Manapan factory. Photo: TOVO
Cutting-edge furniture design meets Aboriginal creativity on
In a surprising twist, the Labor MP who damaged a hotel in July 2019 has admitted he did so
Oporto, Red Rooster and Chicken Treat brands have been bought by Asian equity firm PAG Capital, current owner of
'Badabing' is right - young kids eat acid-laced brownies at Badabing Cafe Perth
Mother and children served marijuana-laced brownie at
Celebrity chef George Calombaris has been axed from WA Tourism campaign after his restaurants' systemic staff underpayment was revealed.
1 in 4 road deaths in Queensland are due to drink driving. Meanwhilst, some of the cops are drink
"Mate, you're c**t-eyed" - an insider's account of a 'music festival' that is not going ahead due to tightened
The finger lime industry had a problem of waste - until the pearls were identified as culinary jewels.
"(The music festival industry) can't continue being this drug-ridden, wasteful thing", said the now-infamous Andy King.
'The industry is broken':
It only took a high school science class to determine that 10% of Sydney retail fish is mislabelled, including
Hospitality is never easy, but for those who find all social interaction uneasy, serving food can be a great
When Brian Ritchie of the Violent Femmes and David Walsh of MONA museum decided to invest in Hobart, Hobart
PHOTO: Queenstown in Tasmania's west has a rich mining history. (ABC: Back Roads)
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Tom Lynch. Picture from The Mercury
TTN Commentary: A public service union official is complaining on behalf of Tasmanian community
Photo: Hobart's old Treasury building in Murray St.
TTN, 9th October 2015: Hobart's prized former Treasury building (pictured) appears to
The NSW government are hoping that the new trams will revolutionise travel around Sydney.
Sydneysiders stop to watch history roll
A giant private equity firm, known for one of the biggest snackfood sales in history, is behind the sale
A judge found Angelo Ziotas put lives in danger when he faked a robbery and arson attack at his
The National Gallery of Victoria has a great reputation - or did, until it cancelled a show with an
Compliance issues are being investigated after a Victorian authority ordered evacuation, but dinner guests were hastily served hours later.
BazLuhrmann's modern Australian classic Moulin Rouge! has made its smash Broadway debut, grossing 106% of its potential revenues in
In case Mr Chinatown could be any less appealing to the Vic high country locals, his Chinese-language ads promise
ACT government investigating residential apartment block operating commercially.
Hotels group pushes to shut down luxury apartment complex Knightsbridge Canberra
Canberra public servants are expressing awareness of community need in new developments.
Redeveloped 'Acton Waterfront' won't be 'yuppie private enclave',
The Turnbull government has delivered a very crowd-pleasing budget - but as usual, tourism is not directly addressed.
Why Australian visas for Chinese travellers need to be cheaper
By Margy Osmond, June 22, 2016, First published in the Sydney
Image: Canberra retailer Mal Briggs' comic book shop is blocked by tents for the entirety of the National Multicultural
TTN Editorial - After a tousle for SA Tourism's advertising account, international ad agency TBWA has used SA Tourism's
Unregulated, unsupervised and underfunded - more darkness from regional RFS revealed.
MFS refuses to release investigation into bullying, violence claims
The SA government has said the parks should be experienced - they're not just museums.
Kangaroo Island ecotourism project
This house was not only on the SA Gov's tourism website, it was individually promoted on Twitter.
Notorious party house
Food service suppliers take note - SA parliament are banning plastic straws soon, and other convenience wares will follow.
BEVERAGE giants yesterday won a major court battle against the NT Government's cash-for-containers legislation.
But Chief Minister Terry Mills said
Image: Byron Bay Cookie Co Chairman Gordon Slater and Director Jacquie Schurig with comedian Andy Lee at the Melbourne