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Tourism

Federal government relaxes JobKeeper eligibility requirements

Victorian businesses are breathing a sigh of relief after the government made some much-needed changes to the JobKeeper scheme.

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Hotels

Crystalbrook’s Byron at Byron makes five new leadership hires ahead of reopening

Proving there are still roles to be filled within the hospitality sector comes this major announcement from Crystalbrook.

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Venues

Sydney’s Carriageworks set to reopen following multi-million-dollar bailout

After staring death in the face, Australia’s largest contemporary multi-arts precinct will reopen to the public later this week.

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Events

Concert experiment to set framework for large-scale events during pandemic

Thousands of concert attendees are to be used as guineapigs to provide insights into how large indoor events can be held in the ‘new normal’. 

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Destinations

Former Tourism Australia country manager resurfaces at Visit Sunshine Coast

Jenny Aitken hasn’t wasted much time finding a new role since her recent exit from Tourism Australia, unless you count her daytime Netflix bingeing.

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Aviation

Tigerair scratched, thousands of jobs cut and a simplified fleet: Virgin Australia’s six-point blueprint for success

Have you been wondering what the hell Virgin and its future owner have been up to as the administration process nears the finish line? All is revealed here.

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Business

Business travel giant pays $6.3 million ransom to hackers

Meanwhile, The Nibbler’s deputy editor is holding her housemate’s cat hostage so she doesn’t have to do this week’s toilet paper pick-up at Woolies.

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Conferences

Perth scores world’s largest marine mammal conference

Staff at Business Events Perth no longer have to pretend to know all about dugongs, sea otters and porpoises after claiming this major conference.

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Aviation

Uber Air delays Melbourne expansion plan due to COVID-19

Were you hoping to be on one of Uber Air’s Melbourne test flights this year? Order some comfort food on Uber Eats to help get over this disappointing news.

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Venues

Prosperine Entertainment Centre to receive additional $8m government funding

Premier Palaszczuk has injected a funding booster shot into Proserpine Entertainment Centre, and the venue claims it didn’t hurt one bit.

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Hotels

Accor expands Queensland presence

Accor’s Simon McGrath has reportedly been spotted wearing a Maroons jersey in celebration of the hotel giant’s expansion in the Sunshine State.

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Technology

Facebook officially launches video conferencing tool

Facebook may be late to the video conferencing party. However, its refreshing fruit punch needs to be applauded.

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