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Gatton hostel owner fined (again) for unsafe conditions

Mayla Patterson, a hostel owner in Gatton Queensland, has been fined $50,000 and narrowly avoided jail time for failing to make her accommodation fire-safety compliant. If you think the name Mayla Patterson [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Forgotten your password AGAIN! Get a password manager

Using a password manager is becoming more and more common for internet security, but that doesn’t make them any less intimidating. If you’ve never used a password manager, they’re annoying, [...] read more...

Video interview with Andy Ridley from Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef

The Byte has been chatting to Andy Ridley from “Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef”, an organisation which highlights the importance of Australia’a greatest asset and how we can help. [...] read more...

BYTE STUDY: Urban Adventures, a new model of tour operating

Starting & running a small tour business is hard. Really really hard!! Doing this in tourism can look, on the surface, to be one of the softer options in terms [...] read more...

Peter Dutton backtracks on planned reduction of WHM fee

Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Peter Dutton (pictured below), has announced that the Working Holiday Maker visa fee will not be reduced by $50, as part of the ‘backpacker tax [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: What is STAT Accreditation?

Running a tourism operation, a venue or an event and prefer to have some independent safety and security accreditation? STAT Accreditation is a unique safety and security risk assessment tool [...] read more...

Tit for tat, anything you can do (Peter Dutton), she can do better

New anti-migrant policies announced by British Prime Minister Theresa May will make it harder for Kiwis and Aussies to find and keep jobs in the United Kingdom, and May will charge them more to [...] read more...

ATE wrap up, gossip & industry nibbles from The Byte

ATE wrapped up last week with more than 2,500 delegates, including 800 travel wholesalers and retailers (buyers) from 548 companies and 555 Australian tourism businesses (sellers), meeting in 50,000 business [...] read more...

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