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ScoMo says Australia-Singapore travel bubble to form “within the next week or so”

Our editor is loving this bubble talk so much that he’s decided to celebrate by having a bubble bath while enjoying a bubble tea.

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Australia’s internationally recognised vaccine certificate to be released tomorrow

Overseas jaunts are one step closer, with the federal government ready to hit ‘go’ on our new COVID-19 international vaccine certificates.

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The positive reactions to NSW’s big international travel news continue, but not all industry figures are happy

The overall response to the NSW government’s big international travel announcement on Friday has, unsurprisingly, been a very positive one, but not all industry figures are dancing in the street.

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NSW could see international travel resume in October, as Perrottet fast-tracks home quarantine

We couldn’t help but notice that NSW’s new premier isn’t being very COVID-safe in this picture. In fact, he appears to be risking the infection of Australia’s main export with the virus.

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Inbound travel won’t be on the cards until next year, says ScoMo

Following Friday’s announcement that Australia’s international travel ban will be lifted next month, the PM has clarified who will be allowed in and out of the country first.

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“Recovery will be muted and restrained”: Industry bigwigs warn that ending Australia’s international travel ban will not save the industry

Some of the travel industry’s top brass have weighed in on the government’s decision to open international borders a month early. Oh, and we’ve also snuck in some new info on Qantas’ overseas restart.

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WOO-HOO: ScoMo says international travel ban will lift in November, a month earlier than expected

by Ali Coulton

Australia will lift its international travel ban a month early, allowing Aussies to head overseas and return home without needing special government approval.

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Aussies set for early Christmas present, with international travel on the cards in November

by Ali Coulton

Double-jabbed Aussies could be travelling overseas by November, with the government about to hit the launch button for its “vaccine passport”.

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ScoMo says Pfizer deal with UK a “game-changer” for Australia’s reopening plan

At least the PM had something to cheer about over the weekend after his beloved Sharkies failed to make the NRL finals.

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“We must adjust our mindset”: ScoMo says lockdowns should only continue as long as “absolutely necessary”

The PM is urging state and territory leaders to stick to the reopening game plan and not give in to fear over rising COVID cases.

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“We are at tipping point”: Lockdown updates for Darwin, Melbourne and the ACT, as states scramble to stop Delta variant

It’s bloody lockdown mania today, with Darwin entering one, and Melbourne and the ACT extending theirs by two weeks.

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Government eyes October roll-out of vaccine certificates for international (and possibly domestic) travel

Apparently, ScoMo wants vaccine certificates for both international and domestic travel, but it appears some of his conservative party room colleagues ain’t so keen.

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