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CALAIS, France (AP) - The truck drivers who pass through don't like it. Neither do the millions of tourists who turn up each year. And the migrants who flock here have only one thing on their mind:...
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A file image of passport stamps. Credit: Megan Ellis The latest report from Statistics SA has shown yet another significant dip in foreign tourist arrivals. The latest statistics are from a...
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DOLGARROG (UNITED KINGDOM) - The last giant wave to rock the tiny Welsh village of Dolgarrog struck in 1925 when two overflowing dams gave way, sending a wall of boulder-strewn water down the hillside...
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The maker of WeChat, China’s largest messaging service, already owns shares that give it a 15 percent voting stake in eLong, which said in a statement that it is still considering the offer. Tencent...
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The Central Highlands Development Corporation's website is undergoing an update to better display the Tourism attractions and benefits of living in the region. The site, centralhighlands.com.au, has...
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Retailer and hospitality workers could see their penalty rates slashed. DOUBLE time Sundays could soon be a distant memory for waiters, cooks and shop assistants, with the Productivity Commission...
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Others say the line was first uttered by the economics Nobel prize-winner Paul Samuelson. Others claim it was Winston Churchill who said it. The jury is still out. Even the quotation itself changes....
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Global outrage and calls for a ban on trophy hunting have followed, but what would the consequences of such a ban be? Trophy hunting is the "high value" end of hunting, where people pay top dollar to...
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A Tourism manager has called for more mid-range hotels in Oxford after the city was revealed as one of the most expensive destinations for travellers booking rooms. The city was the fourth most...
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Qantas sees its "domestic business continuing to improve". Qantas Airways is repositioning its business to benefit from an expected increase in Tourism now that the mining boom has ended and will...
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As a nonprofit organization that uses our annual Pirate Gathering as our main fund-raiser, we are very concerned to learn of the city’s proposed rate fee increase for the use of the event field. The...
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Nothing else matters as much as a lion, and the terrible fear that privileged white people have that there will soon be no lions left to bring them to Africa. How can it not feel surreal, that there's...
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New Zealand shares fell, with the NZX 50 Index retreating from a record high, as investors sold down their holdings to participate in the bookbuild for the 53.1% of Contact Energy being offloaded by...
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Today we drill down on a trio of tales involving powerful men flexing their muscles, politically and otherwise. Tim Murray doesn't mess around when he wants something done - or undone - and we were...
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Air Malta’s has almost twice as many employees per aircraft as some comparable airlines, an exercise undertaken by the Times of Malta has shown. The national airline will have 143 employees per plane...
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THE government’s revised economic growth of 1,5 percent for the year is too ambitious and shows that the economy has stalled, with no immediate prospects for recovery, a local investment advisory firm...
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One of the key measures for economic vitality in a region is the measure of how much money is coming in from outside the region to purchase a community's goods and services. In cities where...
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PERSISTENCE PAYS OFF FOR ASF AS CASINO-RESORT PLAN IS REBOOTED Written on the 4 August 2015 by Nick Nichols THERE isn't a cruise terminal in sight, but ASF Consortium is having another crack at...
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A shopper walks in front of a door display at the World's Longest Yard Sale, Monday, August 3, 2015, on Tabor Road in Gadsden, Ala. The sale...GadsdenTimes.comAugust 3, 2015 11:49 PM It's been...
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAMany in the fragile Tourism industry fear bookings will fall, particularly in western Zimbabwe where hunting is a significant local employer, and has been relatively stable, although...
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