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This week’s announcement by International Cruise Council of a record year of growth in 2008 and an increase in the number of ships visiting Australia once again highlighted the lack of port facilities in Australia.
Event Buddies for a cure is hosting a charity luncheon in aid of cancer stem cell research at the Blue Taj Hotel in Sydney next month.
Buyers in Australia and New Zealand are being invited to apply for hosted placement at IT&CM China 2009 — a MICE expo taking place in Shanghai next month.
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) has announced the appointment of Margaret Crichton to the position of general manager.
Staging Connections Group (SCG) will sell more assets and refocus on its core business — renting and supplying AV equipment — to weather the economic slowdown in 2009.
Sexpo Brisbane faced a storm of controversy last week after an erotic dancer who was kicked out for being “too raunchy” announced she was seeking damages and a public apology from the organisers.
Hobart’s Grand Mercure Hadleys Hotel has commenced a $30-million expansion project — set to be Tasmania’s biggest tourism development this year.
The Mornington Peninsula will stage more than 20 events for this year’s Harvest to Table Festival, including a food and wine workshop for vegetarians, breadbaking for kids, real ale workshops, organic tea tastings and degustation menus featuring local pro
Melbourne’s Telstra Dome has been officially rebranded as The Etihad Stadium, effective March 1.
Orient Express Travel Group has appointed Peter Power to establish and manage a new sales division known as Mercury Silver Aviation (MSA).
For two weeks the city of Sydney will be immersed in music and light as part of the Vivid Sydney event. From 26 May until 14 June 2009 the city will transform into a living canvass of light and sound around the Sydney Opera House, The Rocks, Circular Quay
Sydney will play host the three-day 25th ‘Fetus as a Patient’ International Congress, which kicks off tomorrow (Mar 6) at the Hilton.
More than 1000 people flocked to Sydney’s Alison Park last month for the 150th anniversary of Randwick City Council.
David Fisher of the Beresford Hotel in Sydney took home $2000 after being crowned Australia’s hottest bartender last night (Mar 4) at the Galliano Hottest Bartender Competition.
Grand Hyatt Melbourne has celebrated a property re-launch last Friday after the completion of a $45 million redevelopment
Carnival Australia hosted an Alex Perry fashion show on the deck of the Queen Mary 2 when she docked in Sydney last Thursday (Feb 26).
With the sun setting over the Sydney Football Stadium on Tuesday (Mar 3), the Sydney Roosters rugby league team goes through the drills that coach Brad Fittler hopes will propel them to the top this season. On the sideline, just out of the race, the club’
The Novotel Twin Waters Resort has has teamed with Corporate & Group Xperiences to launch a team building -scenario straight from the TV show Lost on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
Sydney Ports has deflected claims it was at fault after an international cruise ship berthed at a car park last month, saying the operator Carnival Australia had pre-sold tickets prior to securing berthing at a passenger port and is directly responsible f