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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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RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING OFFICERS ORDERED FOR PUBS AND CLUBS

Most pubs and clubs with gaming will be mandated to have a ‘responsible gambling officer’ on duty during machines hours of operation, in the latest reforms by the state government. The Minns Labor government in NSW has affirmed it is committed to evidence-based gambling reform, and has introduced a series of amendments to the Gaming

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HOSPITALITY BACK ON ITS FEET AS BACKPACKERS RETURN

Backpackers are hiking their way back to Australia, bringing with them life for the hospitality industry. Department of Home Affairs data shows that during the peak of COVID across the financial year 2020-2021, working holiday maker visas had plummeted to less than 40,000, the combined effects of which ended trading for many venues. However, in

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DATA TIPS BIG BUSINESS FOR DEBUT KING’S LONG WEEKEND

Tech-based booking system ResDiary has analysed customer trends across key public holidays to help hospitality businesses balance costs for the upcoming inaugural King’s Birthday. Public holidays can be a mixed blessing for hospitality, with the potential for an influx of customers having to be weighed against higher operating costs. In early May the British empire

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