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Wholesalers

Four newcomers join CATO’s board

Were you vying for a spot on CATO’s board? Well, it’s likely you’d already know if you were successful, so prepare to be disappointed.

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Wholesalers

Industry body engages ACCC for travel policy development

One of the industry’s peak bodies has stepped up to the plate to assist with policy development for COVID-19-related travel cancellations.

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Travel Agents

CATO calls for credits over refunds to protect agents

The Council of Australian Tour Operators has issued a rallying cry to the travel industry and holidaymakers. Read all of what the association had to say here.

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Tourism

CATO unveils new-look board

The Council of Australian Tour Operators has elected its new board, which (mini-spoiler alert) only turns out to have one new member. Can you guess who it is from the accompanying photo?

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Travel Agents

CATO’s crisis management conference is coming up fast

Travel Weekly’s crisis management plan is to drink more coffee and cry if someone asks us what to do. It’s been highly effective so far.

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Tourism

CATO gives top honour to retiring founder, Peter Baily

Meanwhile, we’re bestowing upon ourselves the top honour of a Friday afternoon early mark so we can retire to the pub. It’s been a long week.

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Travel Agents

Flavour of the Week

Looks like you can add Brett Jardine, Patrick O’Meley & Kylee Daniel to 2017’s list of movers ‘n shakers. We had more names but we’re about to run over our word limit.

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Cruise

CLIA Cruise Award Finalists revealed – did you make the cut?

by Daisy Melwani

Touted to be “the best yet” CLIA Cruise Industry Awards, these finalists probably already think it’s the best yet.

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Cruise

Jardine to depart CLIA amid organisational shuffle

by Daisy Melwani

Longstanding CLIA Commercial Director Brett Jardine is set to leave the organisation at a time of cruise expansion down under.

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Cruise

Cruise360 program launched

by Daisy Melwani

What’s in store for delegates attending the third Cruise360 to be staged in Australia?

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Cruise

Aussie agents get to grips with Southeast Asian cruising

by Anne Majumdar

Cruising in SE Asia is booming, and CLIA has a plan to help Aussie agents get in on the action.

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Cruise

Sydney Harbour chockers as luxury cruise ships come to town

Sydney Harbour starting to resemble a Westfield’s carpark at Christmas with cruise ship arrivals hitting an all time high.

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