The UK Government has upgraded its domestic threat level to ‘Critical’.
Barangaroo will get a slice of Vivid action this year.
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Over 300 loans confirmed from French museums to complement the museum’s permanent collection during the opening year.
Inaugural ICE president Nigel Gaunt said that ICE (Incentives, Conferences and Events) will connect Asian and Australian businesses in a meaningful way.
Tourism New Zealand says there has been extensive interest in the GST-back offer for Australian businesses.
Queenstown is set to get an 1800-capacity convention centre, with stage one due to be completed in 2016.
Tourism New Zealand is holding a series of seminars across Australia next month to explain the changes to the GST-back offering.
Jamie’s Italian Restaurant to debut aboard Quantum of the Seas.
Accor has launched Pullman Jakarta, the latest upscale property for the chain in Indonesia.
Last week the IMEX Group shared its predictions for meetings industry trends and changes in 2014.
Carnival Corporation and the Miami Heat have announced that they will donate USD$1 million to support relief efforts in communities affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Amex released its annual MICE forecast at IMEX in Las Vegas yesterday. The research suggests MICE business will decline in Asia Pacific over the next two years.
Wyndham and Karma have joined forces to open a hip new beach club on Denarau Island in Fiji.
Singapore has retained its position as the leading meeting city and country in the world, according to the Union of International Associations 2012 Global Rankings.
Collective. a new approach to catering and hospitality experiences was launched last week in Auckland.
Christchurch’s Cathedral Square has re-opened, marking a significant step forward in the recovery of the city following the devastating 2011 earthquake.
Bali’s AYANA Resort and Spa has been appointed a host hotel for the APEC Summit scheduled in Bali this October, following the launch of an expanded Ballroom and new meeting rooms
For the past two years Auckland’s SKYCITY Convention Centre has hosted MEETINGS, but next year New Zealand’s largest business tourism trade exhibition will shift to Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.
New Zealand could have three new convention centres up and running by 2019, says Conventions and Incentives New Zealand chief executive Alan Trotter at the opening of MEETINGS 2013 in Auckland yesterday.