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  1. By Thomas Mielke andRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Hospitality Net

    With the ALIS conference in full swing last week, it is fair to say that the hotel and investment community has officially launched into 2016. ALIS is a foretelling summit which sets the tone for events around the globe to follow - whether it is the International Hotel Investment Forum in Berlin , the Hotel Investment Conference Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong , the Africa Hotel Investment Forum in Toga or HotelsWorld in Sydney.

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  2. Asian Capital - It's Everywhere You Want To Be...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Hospitality Net

    With the ALIS conference in full swing last week, it is fair to say that the hotel and investment community has officially launched into 2016. ALIS is a foretelling summit which sets the tone for events around the globe to follow - whether it is the International Hotel Investment Forum in Berlin , the Hotel Investment Conference Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong , the Africa Hotel Investment Forum in Toga or HotelsWorld in Sydney.

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  3. Six Nations newcomersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Sky Sports

    Since then, the politics student and part-time poet has captained Saracens to LV= Cup and Aviva A league titles, not once experiencing defeat, as well as making England's initial 50-man World Cup training squad, all before the age of 22. "I want Maro to be a 60-Test player," said Eddie Jones. "I don't want him to be a 10 or 20-Test player.

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  4. 11 colorful places on earth you won't believe existRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | India.com

    The world is beautiful full of mountains and plains, lakes and rivers that are so soothing that you could probably end up spending hours together, just absorbing magnificence of nature. Though the world has rapidly become a small place and destinations have gone from being unexplored, to lesser-explored.

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  5. Discover Sydney's steamier sideRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Xtra!

    Almost two decades after its heyday, Sydney remains one of the world's premiere gay destinations. Led by images of buff, Speedo-clad lifesavers and sassy, caustic drag queens, Sydney's mainstream acceptance of LGBT folk has often favoured the fit and fabulous over the down and dirty, leaving Sydney's friskier side on the fringes, where it can be difficult for visitors to find.

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  6. Custom-made holidays with TouristlyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | The Star Online

    Unique and highly personalised are important keywords in the travel scene today. And what better way to achieve that than through a well-planned itinerary? Enter Touristly - an online platform that enables travellers to customise their own holiday experiences.

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  7. Opalauctions Sellers Open Opal Museum on the Gold CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2014 | 24-7 Press Release

    Australia's leading online opal auction site 'Opalauctions' has opened a specialized opal museum on the Gold Coast. The museum named 'Gold Coast Opal & Gem Centre' encompasses opal miners and wholesalers who have been officially verified and showcasing their beautiful treasure trove of exquisite opals and opal jewellery directly to you.

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  8. British Airways Launches Summer ScheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2013 | 24-7 Press Release

    British Airways has announced that its new summer schedule is now up and running letting holidaymakers plan their big holidays. WEST SUSSEX, ENGLAND, April 05, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Although winter seems to be taking its time in moving on British Airways is already welcoming the summer, having recently kicked off its brand new summer schedule. 1 comment

  9. Elderly at risk from rising mercuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | PhysOrg Weblog

    People over the age of 75 are especially at risk from the hot weather blanketing Queensland this week, particularly if they have recently had an infection. That is the warning from University of Queensland School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work Director of Teaching and Learning Associate Professor Christine Brown Wilson .

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  10. CareerTrackers gets the nod from corporate heavyweightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Sydney Morning Herald

    More than 1700 guests - well represented by the big end of town - will fill the former locomotive workshop on Thursday night in the former Eveleigh rail yards for the CareerTrackersa annual gala dinner. Five years since CareerTrackers founder and chief executive Michael Combs hosted 100 guests at his first gala dinner, the latest event reflects the success of the Indigenous internship program in partnering with some of Australia's largest corporations and universities.

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  11. Western Sydney Wanderers set for ANZ Stadium for A-League grand finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Age

    Western Sydney has taken a giant step towards the A-League Premiers Plate after holding on for a 4-3 win against Melbourne City. Football Federation Australia has moved to lock in ANZ Stadium for this year's A-League grand final should the Western Sydney Wanderers continue their impressive run and earn the right to host the decider.

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  12. Newly released market study: Ready Meals in VietnamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | PR-inside.com

    Over the review period, many new product developments in ready meals were launched in response to rising consumer demand in major cities such as Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. The main consumers of these products were the millennials, having limited time for cooking or eating out.

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  13. 'Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) in Travel (World)' is now available at Fast Market ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | PR-inside.com

    Operating four airlines under one roof is expected to allow Singapore Airlines Group to have wider regional exposure and the ability to tap into both budget and luxury consumer segments. Nonetheless, the financial performance of the airline in the last couple of years has been rather modest which requires more focus by the carrier on achieving synergies between its brands, streamlining of its route network as well as a more tailored approach regarding its regional partnerships.

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  14. Pholeros the fearless architect's low-key, empowering, incremental model spurned in the InterventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Sydney Morning Herald

    We don't usually think of architects as heroes - mainly because those deified by the profession are still generally modelled on Ayn Rand's Howard Roarka . They are design demigods, artistic Thomas Mores conditioned to value "design integrity" above the other sort.

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  15. Crisis eases but 70 Tas fires still burnRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Yahoo!

    Interstate and New Zealand firefighters are starting to head home, and there's no dangerous fire weather expected for up to a week, but 70 bushfires still burn across Tasmania. Tasmania Fire Service chief officer Gavin Freeman says he's confident those 70 fires - 46 of those still listed as uncontrolled - will be reduced to "patrol mode" - with small crews checking for hot spots - within two weeks.

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  16. Global whiz on the moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Illawarra Mercury

    UOW has appointed Macquarie Graduate School of Management Dean Alex Frino to spearhead its international growth strategy. Professor Frino, a UOW and Cambridge University alumnus, will start as Wollongong's Deputy Vice-Chancellor in May. UOW recruiters looked favourably on his strong international experience and business connections, and the international business school rankings ascent achieved at Macquarie under his watch.

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  17. Losses across all sectors: unionistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Illawarra Mercury

    Job losses for seafarers are devastating but could be felt in all industries, South Coast Labour Council secretary Arthur Rorris said yesterday. He and the Maritime Union's Mick Cross, as well as recently unemployed maritime workers, were at unionists' newly-established "Australian Jobs Embassy" at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday, where campaigners will stay to protest against the sending of Australian jobs overseas.

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  18. Bushfire hot spot video warning for people visiting fire-ravaged areasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Age

    A Perth mother hoping to warn others about the dangers of visiting fire-ravaged areas has uploaded a video online showing how quickly a hot-spot can be reignited. Samantha Whelan said her husband, who is a firefighter, originally took the vision to show their children following the Boddington fires in January last year.

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  19. O Uoeu O O Usu O Uso O Uoeo U O Usu...O Uoe O U O U Uoeu Oa OaO U U O U ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Al Bawaba

    Land Rover and renowned luxury travel partner Abercrombie & Kent have teamed up to launch 'the most luxurious road trip on Earth' - a once-in-a-lifetime trip taking in multiple continents from behind the wheel of the Range Rover SVAutobiography - the most luxurious model in the company's history. The itinerary, developed as a joint venture between the two brands, offers customers 21 days of unparalleled luxury combined with the greatest driving routes the world has to offer, both on-road and off-road.

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  20. Australian sports pressured over gender discriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Channelnewsasia.com

    The Australian government has demanded the country's most funded sports rein in gender discrimination for travel arrangements to major events or risk having their support cut. Australian women's basketball player, bronze medallist, Elizabeth Cambage poses for photos as the national Olympic team is officially welcomed home from the London Games, in Sydney, in August 2012.

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