Victoria unveils support package for small businesses smacked by ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown
Small businesses in the tourism and hospitality sectors that were hit hard by the state’s snap five-day lockdown have been handed a $143 million reprieve.
Queensland to reopen border to Greater Sydney travellers from December
Palaszczuk has extended a pre-emptive welcome to Sydneysiders who want to spend their summer in Queensland, while hinting an announcement about Victoria may come tomorrow.
NSW introduces strict new laws to regulate short-term rental market
The new laws include a ‘three strikes and you’re out’ approach for irresponsible hosts. However, that’s not to say they will be forced to wield baseball bats or chew tobacco.
Accommodation Association calls for transparency after Travelodge hotel booted from quarantine program
by Ali Coulton
The association’s CEO said he was “extremely disappointed” by the NSW government’s decision, and claims the hotel has not been formally advised of why it was removed from the program.
Trivago licks its wounds after court loss, as industry bodies applaud ruling
by Huntley Mitchell
Trivago has responded to the Federal Court’s ruling that it misled consumers about hotel room rates on its website and in its TV ads. Find out what the OTA had to say here.
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