Updated October 08, 2018 19:42:39 Photo: Rush hour on Cable Beach (ABC News) A veteran cameleer is warning a dangerous level of congestion — and tourists copping an unwanted eyeful of naked flesh — is putting one of Australia’s most iconic tourist attractions at risk. The Cable Beach camel tours in Broome are used in
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Posted September 26, 2018 06:03:20 Workplace Health and Safety is investigating the death of a four-year-old boy who was injured in a swing set accident while staying at an Airbnb in Queensland’s Sunshine Coast hinterland at the weekend. A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesman said the child suffered serious head injuries and was rushed to Maleny
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Board selected for Saudi Red Sea Project | News

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The Red Sea Development Company has announced its international advisory board of twelve world-leaders in business, tourism, environmental sustainability and conservation. The company is a wholly owned by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia and is the creator of the Red Sea Project. The board will help set the project’s agenda to develop and
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Qatar woos happy campers with Khor Al-Adaid project this winter | News

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An enhanced experience awaits campers and beach-goers heading to Qatar’s Khor Al-Adaid this winter, organisers of the Al Enna project have announced. Al Enna – a local Arabic word which means camping ground – is a development project that aims to ensure campers and visitors to Khor Al-Adaid can benefit from safe and enjoyable experiences
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Royal Opera House opens new public spaces following £51m investment | News

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London has welcomed a new visitor destination to the heart of iconic Covent Garden. The world-renowned Royal Opera House, a Grade 1 listed building, has undergone a transformative £51 million renovation and for the first time in its history will be open every day from 10:00, welcoming visitors to a new café, restaurant, bar, shop
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Lufthansa Group to offer stopover programme in Switzerland and Belgium | News

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Lufthansa Group is now offering two different stopover options that aim to enhance the customer’s journey and help travellers make the most of their flights and connection times. “We continuously search for new ways to cater to our customers and provide them with premium and memorable experiences,” said Tamur Goudarzi Pour, vice president airlines sales,
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Saint Lucia Tourism Authority hosts UK showcase | News

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The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority has successfully hosted its eighth annual showcase, welcoming more than 150 UK travel industry specialists to the event. To introduce the programme, the minister for tourism, information and broadcasting, Dominic Fedee, announced the launch a new National Tourism Advisory Committee, with the aim of creating a common platform for best
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Dominican Republic joins Central America Tourism Agency | News

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The Dominican Republic has joined the Central America Tourism Agency as a fully participating member, further diversifying the region’s multi-destination offering for UK travellers. The addition of the Dominican Republic to the member organisation enhances the region’s rich cultural, historical and natural diversity. The synergies between the seven Central American nations and the Dominican Republic
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