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Belgian backpacker gives Australia another chance

A young Belgian tourist who was brutally raped after being in Sydney for just two days last November has returned to Australia following a heart-warming act by local Kings Cross [...] read more...

Slum lord crackdown

Following our recent story that Victoria’s Swan Hill Council has pleaded for greater assistance from the State and Federal Governments in dealing with the issue of over-crowding and illegal housing [...] read more...

Farmers may be liable warns Ombudsman

The Fair Work Ombudsman is cracking down on the exploitation of working holiday makers on 417 visas, following a large spike in complaints, according to a recent report by ABC [...] read more...

Melbourne Grand Prix confirmed until 2020

The Australian Grand Prix will stay in Melbourne until 2020, after a new contract was signed by the Victorian Government. According to a story on The ABC’s website – the [...] read more...

New YHA in Christchurch

YHA New Zealand opens a new Christchurch hostel on 4 August, giving a welcome boost to the recovery of the Christchurch visitor industry. The 120-bed hostel is located at 36 [...] read more...

WYSTC: Australian Village axed by TA

After 10 years of Tourism Australia supporting ‘The World Youth and Student Travel Conference’, TA have decided they will not be coordinating an ‘Australian Village’ at this year’s Dublin based event [...] read more...

WYSE appoint Jen Woodbridge

WYSE Travel Confederation has appointed Jennifer Woodbridge to the new position of Strategic Development Consultant. Jennifer is a valuable industry advocate, having spent the last two decades working in the [...] read more...

Industry media accountability

Having worked in publishing for many years, I have seen both good practice and bad practice when it comes to distribution of print products. The amount of businesses spending money [...] read more...

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