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Destinations

Glorious new lamb ad pokes fun at domestic border ‘walls’ and ScoMo’s infamous Hawaiian holiday

For an enhanced viewing experience, Travel Weekly highly recommends watching this brilliant new ad while chowing down on a couple of lamb cutlets … unless you’re a herbivore, of course.

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ScoMo reveals fresh candidates for expanded travel ‘bubble’, including some Chinese provinces

by Ali Coulton

With two-way trans-Tasman travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, Australia’s PM has revealed a few north Asian candidates for an expanded ‘bubble’.

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Tourism

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.

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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.

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Aviation

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.

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Tourism

WTTC urges strong leadership from ScoMo to save tourism sector

by Christian Fleetwood

Australia’s Prime Minister has a lot more on his plate right now after this heaped spoonful from the WTTC.

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Tourism

ScoMo says international travel “not foreseeable”, but expects NZ ‘bubble’ before end of 2020

Australia’s PM has quashed all hopes of a 2021 European summer, labelling international travel as “not foreseeable” except maybe for New Zealand.

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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.

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