Sydney’s airports… Flying High

Seven years after being approved, Sydney’s second airport is just a pile of dirt and excavators without an aircraft in sight, meanwhile the existing privatised Sydney Airport is about to be taken over. Australia is […]


China ready tourism

Australia continues to face challenges in repairing relations with China but as Chinese tourists still view Australia as a favourable that’s a market industry leaders say tourism operators must focus on 10 July 2020 | […]


6000 Qantas jobs to go

Australian national carrier’s three-year plan to lose staff and save $15 billion 25 June 2020 | Toby Thomas A significant blow has been dealt to the workforce of Australia’s flagship airline with Qantas chief Alan […]

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Too Big to Fail: Qantas and coronavirus

With small businesses failing in the midst of a major crisis, big businesses, like Australia’s national airline, will go to the head of the queue when it comes to government bailouts, Michael West investigates 18 […]


Meriton Suites picks up top award in Queensland

Australia’s top privately-owned apartment builder, Meriton has added a valuable hotel portfolio to the business Meriton Suites continues to invest heavily in the future of tourism, with a pipeline of six new hotels opening over […]


Henan Province, where China began

Marcus Reubenstein traveled to Zhengzhou for the annual International Mayor’s Forum on tourism, one of China’s major international tourism exchanges, from there he toured some of the most spectacular and ancient sites across the remarkable […]