Tech billionaire nabs Great Barrier Reef resort island
In response to this, The Nibbler will run mean articles about said billionaire until we get invited to the island or are eventually sued for defamation.
Australia eases vaccine declaration rules for travellers
Less pesky forms to fill out means you can spend more time planning your trip or practicing throat singing! Whatever floats your boat really.
“Our moment was destroyed”: Disney apologises after staff member botches marriage proposal
We feel compelled to issue a content warning on this one for those prone to experiencing second-hand embarrassment. Click through at your own risk.
Exhibition & Event Association of Australasia welcomes new board members
Missed out on an invite to EEAA’s AGM and desperate to know what went down? You’re in luck!
Travel just got easier: No more pre-departure tests for New Caledonia, Tahiti, Indonesia
What would make travel really easy for us is if a nice company out there would like to send a The Nibbler reporter on a nice trip overseas (wink, wink, nudge, nudge @anyone please).
Expensive flights, delays and new advice for eastern Europe: How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will affect travel
by Ali Coulton
While this new development will have a devastating impact on the 44 million people living in Ukraine as well as international relations worldwide, it is also expected to affect global travel in a number of ways. Here’s what you need to know.
FCM partners with NSW Government to bring international students back to Australia
International students are making their way back to Aus with the assistance of FCM after nearly two years away.
Crown accepts $8.9 billion takeover offer from Blackstone
The agreement will net James Packer a $3.26 billion payday and end his rule over the Australian casino industry.
Australia prepares to lift inbound travel ban as Scomo hints at further economic support for tourism
Our international border will be flinging open for fully vaccinated tourists in just weeks after two years of being closed to the world, so here’s a picture of the PM ogling some fish on a glass-bottomed boat to celebrate.
SA and NSW hospitality sector call for easing of COVID restrictions
The hospo sector is looking to party at full capacity and who can blame them, it’s been nearly two years since Travel Weekly staff were sweating in a nightclub at 2am preparing for the next day’s hangover.
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