New Year’s Eve

Tourism

STUDY: Business travel to return in phases over next 12 months

Hankering to blow out your company credit card on airport snacks and room service? You may not have to wait as long as you think.

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Hotels

IHG to refurbish and rebrand iconic Fijian hotel

InterContinental Hotels Group says “bula” to Fiji with the takeover of arguably its most iconic hotel.

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Business

PCMA and CINZ form strategic alliance

The two organisations have embraced their inner Justice League and teamed up to help grow the New Zealand business events sector.

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Events

Byron bush doof breaches restrictions with 50 times legal guest limit

Despite event organisers facing up to $11,000 in penalties for breaching restrictions, police chose not to fine the doofers. We assume it was due to their fondness of trance music.

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Events

AIME sets new date for new type of show model

It seems the word du jour for event organisers and venues is “hybrid”, with AIME now jumping on the bandwagon.

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Venues

INDUSTRY FIRST: ICC Sydney unveils hybrid event solution

The Harbour City’s premier venue has made it easier to host socially-distant events without losing numbers. Here’s how.

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Aviation

Qantas and Virgin launch new routes

Proving that the rivalry between Qantas and Virgin is still as strong as ever come these competitively-timed announcements.

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Destinations

‘Team Adelaide’ creates COVID-19 recovery campaign for business events

It’s good to see that Adelaide Convention Bureau’s dream team of industry leaders socially distanced themselves while coming up with the new campaign.

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Venues

Te Pae Christchurch hires Sydney-based BDM

Keen to plan an event at Te Pae Christchurch in anticipation of Australia’s international border reopening? Get acquainted with venue’s new local BDM right here.

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Conferences

Sydney to host 12th Global Investigative Journalism Conference

The world’s best investigative journalists are set to convene in Sydney next year, which begs the question: who will deliver the news while they’re all at the conference?

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Technology

Study finds Aussies have big problems with video conferencing

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught The Nibbler’s editor anything, it’s that you should always wear underpants (at the very least) during a Zoom meeting.

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Events

Cirque du Soleil files for bankruptcy protection

The iconic entertainment group is looking like it could be the next casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. And if that’s not a reason to wash your damn hands and wear a mask, we don’t know what is.

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