Author name: Jane Louise

NEW PROGRAM TACKLES SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN HOTELS

Better equipping hospitality staff to recognise and respond to sexual harassment, a new bystander intervention program was launched yesterday by the Australian Hotels Association. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in 2021-2022 around 1.7 million Australian adults, comprised of about 1.3 million women and almost 500,000 men, experienced sexual harassment. Of these experiences, an […]

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PUBS AS SUSTAINABILITY LEADERS

The Australian hospitality industry is well positioned to become a leader in environmental sustainability, and a new guide helps pubs achieve this. Developed by the Australian Hotels Association South Australia (AHA|SA) and the state government’s Green Industries SA as well as sustainability consultants 2XE for the SA hospitality industry, the guide is relevant for any

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FLIGHT CLUB TOUCHES DOWN IN SYDNEY

Following successful activations around the globe, Flight Club has landed in Sydney. Flight Club is an innovative social darts venue concept that combines old-school entertainment with a reimagined form of darts, bringing the game into the 21st century using a patented dart tracking technology designed by the group’s in-house astrophysicist. Opening last month in The

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MEERS UNVEILS GUILDFORD’S GRAND CELEBRATION OF CULTURE

The Guildford Hotel’s long-awaited relaunch happened over the weekend, coinciding celebrations with the Back to Guildford Street Festival. Cumberland City Council ran the free, family-friendly street festival to launch the upgrade of Guildford Laneway, built to be a safer environment for women as part of the Safer Cities: Her Way program. The multi-celebration event kicked

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MAY HANDS ARTEMUS THE REINS OF MANLY WHARF

Settlement on internationally recognised landmark Manly Wharf was finalised last month by Artemus Group, owners of Brisbane’s Howard Smith Wharves. The heritage-listed Manly Wharf, first built in 1855 as the northern terminal for the Sydney to Manly Ferry, is Artemus Group’s first acquisition in New South Wales. Industry veteran and long-time owner Ben May told

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WHY HOSPITALITY SHOULD CARE ABOUT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Our previous story on artificial intelligence’s role in hospitality looked at the benefits and challenges of using AI, including training, ethics and standards. This article focuses on the importance of governance and strategies, policies and regulations and how these will affect the hospitality industry in Australia. As AI systems advance, it’s crucial that they remain

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