Post Women in Travel awards, it was time for this glamorous set to kick back with a drink at the Ovolo Hotel, Wollomoolloo.
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The report also uncovered some unsettling data about the gender pay gap and the startlingly low number of women in board chairs.
Did you (or were you about to) submit your entry for this year’s awards? If so, you’ll definitely want to give this a read.
Much to the delight of CTM’s executives, investors have wasted no time snapping up newly-offered shares in the company.
This week’s Cruise Wrap is so hefty, we reckon that if each letter weighed a tonne, it would equate to a 4,000-pax ship. However, we’re not mathematicians and we also haven’t made any effort to count each individual letter.
The airline has suggested a high school student could do a better job at choosing which countries make it on Irelands ‘Green List’ by playing darts and snap. Ouch.
by Christian Fleetwood
New Zealand’s PM has advanced talks on the creation of a trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ with Australia and, by the sound of it, ScoMo’s the one dragging the chain.
The Health Minister attended a Zoom meeting with 30 travel agencies who briefed him on AFTA’s request for tailored financial support. However, it’s not known how many agents were actually wearing pants.
Are your clients itching to explore their own backyard, but have been hit financially by COVID-19? This might be just what they’re looking for.
by Christian Fleetwood
He’s been a pretty tough nut to crack since WA introduced some harsh border restrictions, but it now appears Marky Mark McGowan is beginning to soften up.
Entrepreneur, philanthropist and G Adventures founder Bruce Poon Tip will be gracing the virtual Travel DAZE stage this year. And, as you’ll discover here, he’s got quite the CV.
Club Med’s business development manager answered Travel Weekly’s interview questions in the form of an impromptu sing-a-long. Click here to read our interpretation.
The ‘elbow doorknob’ first began trials in mid-June and appears to be a much smarter solution than kicking the toilet door down or just leaving it open.
Ardent Leisure has been handed what it has described as “the largest fine in Queensland history for a workplace tragedy”.
It’s been a landmark week for carriers near and far. Lucky for you, our Aviation Wrap continues to keep you abreast of the latest in this space.
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