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THE Grace Hotel in Sydney set the scene last night for the Tourism Hospitality and Catering Institute’s (THCI) award function which recognises the State’s best trainers from a large number of training providers.
THE Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has been sought to approve a Joint Venture Framework Agreement between Singapore Airlines & Lufthansa in a bid to better compete with Gulf carriers on the Australia route.
AUSTRALIAN traveller’s passion for the United States remains steadfast, despite concerns the weaker dollar may affect the decision to travel.
THE Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade is under-fire from the Bali Hotels Association (BHA) relating to “recent hype” surrounding concerns about the Zika virus in Indonesia.
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JUST a few weeks shy of the 2016 Travel Industry Exhibition being staged in both Melbourne (11 & 12 Jul) and Sydney (18 & 19 Jul), seminar programs have been finalised.
PLATINUM Travel Corporation has joined forces with Signature Travel Network to provide special privileges for Platinum clients at more than 900 hotels, resorts, lodges and spas.
VISITOR numbers to Vanuatu are unlikely to return to Q1 2015 days for another 12 months, the head of the country’s tourism office has estimated.
FLIGHT Centre has been rated as the only bricks-and-mortar travel retailer in a study of the top 15 travel and tourism websites being used by Australians.