Category: Harmonisation

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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Australia’s airports under fire in ACCC report

From abc.net.au The quality of service in Australia's airports has fallen across the board, with not one airport rated "good"

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Regional tourism explodes for Daft Punk

TTN: Regional tourism was caught off guard when one of the world's biggest dance acts, Daft Punk, called the

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MONA ferry leaves tourism operators in its wake

NOT EVERYONE'S DARLING - The MONA Ferry. From the Hobary Mercury THE new MONA ferry is making waves of the wrong

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Apprentices aren’t just tradies

From Cairns.com.au HARD work and dedication have paid off for two young Cairns people who have been named North Queensland

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#CutRedTapeCreateJobs – Perth’s main streets tied up in red tape

From Perth Now THEY are among Perth's most beautiful and historic buildings, yet they're sitting empty, thanks to Government red

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Adelaide Council only now counting visitation

From Adelaide Now A DEFINITIVE study of who uses the Adelaide parklands could lead to increased areas of the green

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Rainbow Beach operators take responsibility for beach

From the Gympie Times RUTH Modin knows all about chook raffles. As she is fond of saying, Rainbow Beach was built

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Drink driving a non-issue in Gympie

From the Gympie Times GYMPIE drivers can boast a clean drink-driving record so far since the state-wide road safety blitz

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Tiger doubles Melbourne to Cairns route

From the Cairns Post BUDGET airline Tiger Airways is to double its services from Melbourne to Cairns during this

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