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News in Brief: Wednesday August 13

Qantas announces its partnership with Nova Entertainment, to help expose the airline brand to a younger audience.

Nova’s Red Room will embark on an unprecedented global tour where Qantas will provide flights for 26 competition winners to Los Angeles and New York.

 

YTL Hotels has launched KASARA Niseko Village Townhouse, a collection of townhouses that embody authentic Japanese charm with contemporary elegance in the heart of the award-winning Niseko Village.

Alongside this, Niseko Village's plans will include seamless ski-in, ski-out integration and ultimate convenience and luxury with the existing hotels, resort services, onsen and spa.

 

Princess Cruises has developed a new online training promotion that offers champagne, chocolates and gift cards as prizes. 

Agents who register for Princess Academy by Friday August 22 will have the chance to win one of ten prize packs of Moet & Chandon and chocolates. 

 

Cruise Whitsundays has announced that they will move their operations to their brand new, custom built maritime terminal at Port of Airlie from 6 September 2014.

The $15m construction commenced in February ealier this year and will feature airport style check-in and baggage conveyor belts, a large café with indoor and outdoor eating areas, a gift shop and comfortable seated waiting areas.

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Turtle Season Escape is offering packages to experience the Heron Island on the Southern Great Barrier Reef from September to March, where it becomes the breeding ground for the giant Loggerhead and Green sea turtles.

Prices start from $477 twin share for three nights inclusive of accommodation, breakfast, snorkel trip, turtle talks and special turtle gift.This package is available for sale until 31 March 2015 for travel between 6 October, 2014 and 31 March 2015.

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