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Migrant Workers’ Taskforce – finds evidence of possible “unconscionable conduct” amo...

Evidence of possible “unconscionable conduct” among hostels that act as conduits for farm work, a federal government MP has described that in some cases this constitutes “modern-day slavery”. Accounts of [...] read more...

Should piece work rates be sent packing?

While those looking to combat backpacker exploitation want to ban it, some farms are keen to extend piece work rates from the field and into the packing sheds. The way [...] read more...

10 things to consider when purchasing a bunk bed

Bunk beds are no longer just for backpackers, youth hostels, holiday parks or family rooms; some of the trendiest hotels in the world have added single, double or queen bunk [...] read more...

FLYTE BYTE: 787 Dreamliner – reduced jet lag & not feeling like you’re severely dehydra...

We’re all too familiar with the discomfort of long haul flying: headaches, muscle aches, dehydration, and fatigue. Much of these can be attributed to two things: cabin pressure, and moisture [...] read more...

Canada’s strategic approach to harnessing the power of global youth travel

(Edit. some learnings for Australia’s political & tourism leaders) Canada is a country actively leveraging its unique selling points to develop, evaluate, and maintain its competitive edge in the global [...] read more...

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