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Pilbara cultural heritage site saved by rock art discovery

Griffith University researchers were part of a team that have helped secure the protection of a culturally significant Aboriginal rock art site in Pilbara, Western Australia. In research…

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Jul 27, 2020 Arts / Culture / Environment /


Less than a quarter of Japan’s population support next year’s Tokyo Olympics

A survey of people in Japan has revealed that only 23.9% support holding the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics next year. With less than a year until the rearranged opening…

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Jul 27, 2020 Events / Sport / Venues /


Australia’s ski industry facing massive challenges through Coronavirus crisis

Contributing well over $2 billion annually to the national economy and one of the biggest employers in regional Australia, the ski industry is facing unprecedented challenges during the…

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Jul 26, 2020 Recreation / Safety / Tourism /


NRL broadcasts lose more than a million viewers since competition restart

The NRL has seen its audience decline by more than a million viewers - a quarter of its television following - since the competition restarted. Despite the NRL advising of a surge in…

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Jul 26, 2020 Entertainment / Sport / Technology /


New energy efficient hut opens on Cradle Mountain’s Overland Track

Bushwalkers trekking the Overland Track within Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park can now rest overnight in a new energy efficient hut at Waterfall Valley. The…

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Jul 26, 2020 Environment / Parks / Recreation /


Funding secures new regional aquatic centre for Hawke’s Bay

Following the announcement of $32 million in funding from the New Zealand Government’s “shovel ready” projects fund, Hawke’s Bay is to have a new aquatic centre by…

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Jul 26, 2020 Aquatics / Fitness / Recreation / Venues /


Marketing campaigns help Geraldton experience soaring tourism numbers

Following a number of successful marketing campaigns, Geraldton, on Western Australia’s Coral Coast, showed itself to be a popular holiday destination as visitation numbers soared…

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Jul 25, 2020 Marketing / Tourism /


Maroochydore Beach sand replenishment project to begin again

Sunshine Coast Regional Council has advised that a project to improve beach amenity and provide long-term protection of the foreshore between Alexandra Headlands and Cotton Tree is to…

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Jul 25, 2020 Environment / Parks / Play / Recreation / Safety /


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The Jump Pad

The Jump Pad is a safe, flat inflatable made in a variety of sizes which can be used indoor or outdoor. From 3mx3m up to a whopping 9mx21m. Markets include Indoor and outdoor playgrounds, schools,…

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Links Modular Solutions are a leading provider of high-quality, innovative software solutions for leisure facilities. Our software suite includes modules such as POS, Classes, Members, Facility…

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TouchCloud Global

Activating skyscapes for tourism, art, leisure and living TouchCloud Global (TCg) is a highly specialised international consultancy, broker and principal, devoted solely to activating and energising…

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Worldwide Sports Management

Principal Consultant Simon Weatherill has spent the last 20 years developing the world renowned Melbourne Sports Hub, as former Chief Executive Officer of the State Sports Centres Trust…

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