Australia to increase weekly cap on international arrivals, as National Cabinet mulls alternative quarantine options
ScoMo fronted the media on Friday arvo to provide a welcome update for stranded Aussies abroad, thankfully sans his Cronulla Sharks cap hat.
“The door is still open”: AFTA boss optimistic about sector-specific financial support
Have you let out a few swears over the lack of sector-specific support offered in the Federal Budget? Reduce your cursing just a little with this.
WOO-HOO! Trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ to become a reality in two weeks
In huge news, Australia and New Zealand have negotiated a deal to get the trans-Tasman travel ‘bubble’ off the ground in two weeks’ time.
Regional tourism receives $250 million cash injection
The government has given regional tourism operators a reason to jump for joy this morning, and caused two industry associations to give such an aggressive thumbs up that they are both now suffering from pulled muscles in their hands.
Federal govt announces “most significant” insolvency reforms in 30 years to help save struggling small businesses
Is your business on its last legs? Find some relief in this major announcement by the federal government.
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Apollo Tourism & Leisure secures $25m of additional funding
Here’s some much-needed positive news from an ASX-listed travel company that is now confident of surviving the pandemic.
Federal government relaxes JobKeeper eligibility requirements
Victorian businesses are breathing a sigh of relief after the government made some much-needed changes to the JobKeeper scheme.
Australia’s most famous doctor warns international travel unlikely until COVID-19 vaccine is developed
The nation’s most famous doctor has weighed in on the international travel debate, and we’re not talking about the handsome Chris Brown.
AHA chosen to lead IR reform for hospitality and accommodation sector
The big cheeses at the Australian Hotels Association have received a call-up to help overhaul Australia’s industrial relations system.
Virgin’s administrators warn bidders may withdraw if govt fails to provide more financial certainty
Virgin Australia’s administrators have urged the federal government to provide more financial certainty for the airline, or risk its sale falling in a heap.
Here’s when the states and territories will begin travelling again under ScoMo’s three-step plan
Australia’s PM has announced interstate travel could return in the next few months, but international travel is still off the table for the foreseeable future.
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