SA’s coronavirus outbreak underscores why New Zealand “has not rushed into” trans-Tasman ‘bubble’: Ardern
If there was any speck of hope left of a two-way trans-Tasman ‘bubble’ happening by Christmas, New Zealand’s Prime Minister has practically eradicated it.
ScoMo called upon to handle federal tourism portfolio
Should Australia’s PM somewhat reprise his role as “Scotty from marketing”? The ATIC’s Simon Westaway certainly thinks so.
NSW remains open to South Australians, as COVID-19 outbreak forces all other jurisdictions to shut borders
Trying to make sense of all the state and territory border closures going on today? All is deciphered here.
AFTA chief says Prime Minister set to announce agent-specific support package
by Huntley Mitchell
Darren Rudd offered plenty of scoops to the Travel DAZE audience during his session yesterday. Here’s one of them – and it’s big!
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.
ScoMo urges Australia’s states and territories to aim for Christmas deadline in easing travel restrictions
by Christian Fleetwood
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has sent his Christmas wish list to Santa nice and early, which includes an easing of travel restrictions and a Cronulla Sharks stubby holder.
ScoMo says trans-Tasman bubble is still “some time away”
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has put the idea of creating a trans-Tasman bubble between Australia and New Zealand on ice, saying reopening state borders is the priority.
Coronavirus: 99 more cases on cruise ship, as Aussie passengers prepare to evacuate
by Ali Coulton
The PM has indicated that quarantine measures onboard Diamond Princess may not be all they’re cracked up to be.
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s Veronica the octopus predicts election winner!
Proving Travel Weekly will run practically anything on a Friday to get to the pub quicker comes this slimy, tentacle-filled story.
PM Turnbull in Peru and look which Aussies he bumps into!
by Amy Bryant
PM visits Paddington Bear’s birthplace, takes time between marmalade sandwiches to catch up with Aussie travel entrepreneurs making a name for themselves.
Badgerys Creek risked becoming ‘hitch hiker’s airport’
News of new rail link to Western Sydney met with cheer from Western Sydneysiders. The rest of Sydney still refuse to go.
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