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EARTHQUAKE UPDATE: Kaikoura remains isolated but most of New Zealand is open for business

Kaikoura may have some access issues to address as a result of last week’s earthquake, but for the rest of New Zealand its business as usual and open for business. [...] read more...

Tasmania is moving to ban Wicked Campers from national parks

Transport Minister Rene Hidding said the Government would cancel the registration of vehicles displaying slogans he described as “vile and appalling”. The move has been welcomed by the Australian Christian [...] read more...

Wake Up! adds Bondi Backpackers to the Millett family group

The famous Bondi Backpackers on world-famous Bondi Beach has sold for $18 million to Sydney-based hospitality operators, The Millett Group. Christian and family also own the 540-bed Wake Up! hostel in Sydney’s [...] read more...

UPDATE: to powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit New Zealand, near Christchurch

Two people have been killed after an earthquake and strong aftershocks rocked North Canterbury, 90 kilometres north-east of Christchurch, Marlborough and Wellington regions. Travellers stranded in Kaikoura after the earthquake [...] read more...

Sydney’s Fish Market springs to life with redevelopment plans

Visitor numbers to the Sydney Fish Market are set to double after a $250 million redevelopment of the site at Blackwattle Bay was announced this week. The landmark plans will [...] read more...

Millennials are sending home classics to the scrap heap

Millennials could be washing their hands of bars of soap — as well as live TV, cash, DVD rental stores and the Big Mac. They have already been shamed for [...] read more...

Calls for reforms to stop the “systemic” abuse of foreign labour

An undercover investigation has exposed the exploitation of illegal migrant workers on farms supplying Coles and Woolworths, as a Federal Government adviser called for reforms to stop the “systemic” abuse [...] read more...

If Trump abolishes the J1-Visa, will we take the fallout?

The days of international youth working and studying in the US on a J-1 visa may be numbered. That’s if Donald Trump fulfils one of his election promises. In August [...] read more...

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