This week, the Australian Tourism Export Council told the Australian Financial Review cancellations by tourists from large markets such as the US, UK and China was hurting the industry and could cost the country at least $4.5 billion by the end of the year. … [Read more...] about Bushfire recovery package to tackle Australian tourism’s ‘biggest challenge in living memory’
Of the 10,000 people surveyed by Flatmates.com.au for their National Share Accommodation Survey, 47 per cent said that strangers were the best people to live with, compared to 37 per cent who think friends or 16 per cent who think friends of friends make the best flatmates. … [Read more...] about Australians would rather share house with strangers over their friends, new survey reveals
The property at 6/55 Hastings Street, which was sold by Tom Offermann Real Estate, was listed with a price guide of $11 million and is understood to have sold for more than $9 million in a cash unconditional deal. … [Read more...] about Revealed: The biggest home sales of 2019 in Queensland
After ripping through the Strikers at the Gabba, Pattinson was a late withdrawal for the return match at Adelaide Oval. If judging from his previous performance, it’s impossible to ignore his form – only the debut of Haris Rauf will stop James Pattinson’s performance with the Brisbane Heat against the Strikers from being the spell of the season. He was simply magnificent, capturing 5/33 from his full quota of four overs as he helped destroy the Strikers, bowling them out for 110. That result saw his price increase by just $13,000 or so to $139,900, so – illness permitting – we’re willing to bet he’ll be in more SuperCoach sides in Round 11 and beyond. … [Read more...] about SuperCoach BBL: it was a topsy-turvy round with just one sure-fire thing… the Stars were winners!
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