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Excite Holidays administrators write letter to Aussie agents

January 21, 2020 Headline News No Comments

Morgan Kelly, Phil Quinlan and Amanda Coneyworth of KPMG Australia, who were appointed as Voluntary Administrators of the Excite Holidays companies on 10 January 2020, have written to Australia-based travel agents to acquaint them with the latest developments. … Continue Reading

Package holiday industry to be worth US$632bn by 2023, says GlobalData

January 21, 2020 Headline News No Comments

In light of the demise of the 178 year old operator, Thomas Cook, there has been much chaos and uncertainty surrounding the package holiday market. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS looks back with fondness on a friendship with the leader of the Riverina’s ‘Noble’ movement.

January 21, 2020 Beverage, Headline News No Comments

JOHN ROZENTALS looks back with fondness on a friendship with the leader of the Riverina’s ‘Noble’ movement.

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Repair work begins at fire ravaged Australian vineyards

January 21, 2020 Beverage, Headline News No Comments

Adelaide Hills grape growers are searching for the best solutions to get their vineyards back up and running after a bushfire hit the South Australian region last month. … Continue Reading

Randall wine empire moves into Australia’s Riverland

January 21, 2020 Beverage, Headline News No Comments

Wine baron Warren Randall has purchased his first vineyard in Australia’s largest grape growing region, the latest target in a string of acquisitions aimed to fuel his booming Chinese sales. … Continue Reading

Shaming people for flying won’t cut airline emissions. We need a smarter solution

January 20, 2020 Headline News 1 Comment

“Fake news”, the chief executive of Lufthansa has called it. But his counterpart at Air France calls it the airline industry’s “biggest challenge”. So does the president of Emirates: “It’s got to be dealt with.” … Continue Reading

Govt rescue package as tourism operators plead for business

January 20, 2020 Headline News No Comments

Bali – or an Aussie town brushed by bushfire? Those are among the choices facing Australian holidaymakers, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirming Australian tourism faces “its biggest challenge in living memory” and the Federal Government announcing a $76 million tourism recovery package. … Continue Reading

John Rozentals checks out the week’s travel bargains.

Celebrate the dark in Hobart through large-scale public art, food, music, fire, light, and noise – lots of it — from June 10-22. … Continue Reading

IATA calls for “thorough and transparent” investigation into Iran plane crash

January 20, 2020 Aviation, Headline News No Comments

The US, Canada and Ukraine continue to press for an independent inquiry into the tragedy. … Continue Reading

Hong Kong Protest Monitor – 17 January 2020

THE SITUATION NOW

No serious clashes were reported between police and protesters in the past week. The only incidents of note involving violent confrontations occurred on Saturday 11 January when two so-called ‘yellow’ restaurants perceived as supportive of the protest movement, one in Hong Kong island’s Wan Chai district and the other in the New Territories town of Yuen Long, were damaged after dark by masked attackers. No arrests have been reported and a police investigation to establish whether the incidents are related to the protest movement continue. This is the second time ‘yellow’ businesses have been targeted. The first incident occurred in Hung Hom, New Territories, in October 2019 where a branch of Lung Mun café was damaged.

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