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GUEST POST: If your business is struggling, wake up!

It’s usually easier to look back after a business has failed and identify why, than it is to save a business from failing in the first place. Why? Because we [...] read more...

Good and bad news in backpacker tax debacle

The backpacker tax has been reviewed and it’s a mixed bag of results for farmers and backpackers alike. After 1,700 submissions (99.9% against the tax), the Federal Government has finally agreed [...] read more...

Backpacker tax could force fruit pickers to live below poverty line

The 19% tax rate is seen as an improvement on the proposed 32.5% by many. For those working in piecework jobs, it’s going to mean slim pickings. Most fruit picking, [...] read more...

WYSE winds up another successful WYSTC, so why do Aussies attend?

Belgrade, capital of Serbia, hosted close to 500 delegates at WYSTC 2016. Now in its 25th iteration and it was also the 10th anniversary of WYSE Travel Confederation. More than [...] read more...

New site aims to combat illegal camping, connects campers with land owners

  Campers, vanpackers and adventurers alike know there are so many beautiful places on private land that would make great camping spots…. if only there was a way for travellers [...] read more...

Is this the Airbnb for backpackers?

A new share economy player has entered the market, offering guests free rooms and food in exchange for household chores. The start-up called The RoomXchange, was created to give backpackers [...] read more...

International education in NSW grows to $7 billion, surging ahead of tourism

International education has surged ahead of tourism to become NSW’s highest service export industry by nearly $2 billion, and the number of overseas students at the state’s universities has grown [...] read more...

USC lecturer says Fraser Island visitors could be loving the island to death

A University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) lecturer says Fraser Island visitors could be loving the island to death. USC has received a $100,000 donation from Fraser Island Defenders Organisation [...] read more...

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