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Tourism industry leaders react to Brisbane’s 2032 Olympics win

While Queensland’s capital was a shoo-in to snare the Games for 2032, it was still a bloody nice bit of news for Aussies to celebrate.

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Vivid Sydney pushed back to September following Greater Sydney lockdown extension

Following the festival’s cancellation last year, the event was slated to make a comeback on 6 August. However, Sydney’s world-famous light show will now have to wait a little longer.

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“Quite staggering”: Music festival linked to at least 1,000 COVID cases

Around 20,000 people attended the festival over two days, so it’s lucky there haven’t been more positive cases come from it.

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Star-studded line-up assembled for “biggest live cause event in history”

There will be some Aussie talent on show at this once-in-a-generation, 24-hour global event. However, that’s not to suggest Manpower will be doing a routine.

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Marriott teams up with PCMA to provide digital events training

The hotel giant has gone and done a little collab with Karen Bolinger and her team at the PCMA to offer some stellar training to business event planners.

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All spectators banned from Tokyo Olympics, with state of emergency declared

For the first time in history, the Olympic Games are set to be carried out with no audience.

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Couple forced to marry in order to attend own wedding

Can’t quite get your head around what that headline means? Looks like you’ll have to read on to find out.

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Motivational speaker arrested after breaching quarantine to speak at WA event

The speaker, known as “the Rev”, was busted breaking quarantine to perform in Fremantle after already speaking at an event in Perth.

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Minnie Constan farewells Diversified Communications following 20-year stint

A novelty-sized leaving card has done the rounds at Diversified Communications after one of its longstanding staffers announced her departure.

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Brisbane moves one step closer to securing 2032 Olympics

After the Maroons’ dismal performance last week, at least this will give Queenslanders something to cheer about.

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Wet Gucci bags, a medical emergency and “men peeing everywhere”: Luxe Whitsundays lunch ends in disaster

The coveted event, which Tourism Whitsundays partnered on, was reportedly cut short by an hour-and-a-half following a medical emergency.

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Fashion Week Event Called Out For Wheelchair Runway Fail

It wouldn’t be a Fashion Week without controversy. This time, however, it’s got nothing to do with everybody not eating.

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