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Monthly Archives: August 2012

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Barry O’Farrell & George Souris – Media Release

Restrictions on Kings Cross licensed venues Kings Cross restrictions 15.8.12  

Covent Garden Hotel – Karaoke

Covent Garden Hotel Flyer

St George Economic Dashboard

In Sydney this month…

Please click here    S0918_Events secured by BESydney_Visitor Economy_August2012v1  for the link regarding upcoming events.

Wagga Wagga Sub Branch Notice

120905 Wagga Wagga Sub Branch Meeting

Illawarra Sub Branch Meeting

120904 Illawarra Sub Branch Notice

Media Release: REGIONAL WOMEN GO FOR SCHOLARSHIP GOLD, 9 August 2012

Four young women from regional NSW are going for gold in the AHA (NSW) 2012 Women in Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship challenge: womenintourism90812

Media Release: BRANXTON AND MURRURUNDI WOMEN UP FOR $20,000 SCHOLARSHIP PRIZE, 8 August 2012

Two young women from the Upper Hunter are in the running to win a major scholarship courtesy of the AHA (NSW) Charitable Foundation: upperhunter80812

Media Release: “JAMBEROO WOMAN UP FOR A $20,000 SCHOLARSHIP PRIZE,” 8 August 2012

A young Jamberoo woman is in the running to win the 2012 AHA (NSW) Women in Tourism and Hospitality Scholarship: ashleighjamberoo30812

Today’s Daily Telegraph opinion piece on “lockouts” by Paul Nicolaou

MEASURES need to be applied in areas like Kings Cross, Australia’s premier entertainment precinct, which attracts more than 20,000 people every Friday and Saturday night. Public transport, high-visibility policing, blanket CCTV coverage and zero tolerance – and that is what … Continue reading

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