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Applications open for the Tourism Cooperative Marketing Fund

Applications are open for the Tourism Cooperative Marketing Fund (TCMF).

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ACT Jobs and Economic Recovery Plan

The ACT Government released a Jobs and Economic Recovery Plan, outlining how our city can be supported to recover from this once in a life time economic shock.

Article Labour & skills

Celebrate the long weekend at Enlighten Festival

It’s a big week for the Enlighten Festival with a massive weekend of events in store over the Canberra Day long weekend.

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Canberra Day in the Suburbs says thank you to our Citizens of the Year

Join us this Saturday 7 March as Canberra Day in the Suburbs pops up in four town centres around Canberra.

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Tourism Australia rolls out its new international recovery campaign

The first phase of Tourism Australia’s new international recovery campaign, ‘There’s Still Nothing Like Australia‘, was launched by Australia’s Tourism Minister, Simon Birmingham this week.

Article Campaigns International

Canberra hosts the 2019 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards on Friday night

Canberra is proud to play host to the 2019 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards (QATA) this Friday 6 March at the National Convention Centre.

Article Awards Events

Canberra Wine Week starts 21 March

Canberra Wine Week is 10 days of wine events hosted in and around the Canberra region from Saturday 21 to Sunday 29 March.

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Seller applications open for Australia Marketplace North America 2020

Australia Marketplace North America 2020 will take place in Los Angeles, USA from 3 to 6 August 2020.

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Cabbies’ Breakfast at the Canberra Airport

Educating taxi drivers of what’s happening in their city and region was the aim of a Cabbies’ Breakfast held on Friday 28 February at the Canberra Airport.

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Bushfire Survey

You may have seen the ACT Government survey that was sent out this week, in regards to Canberra businesses affected by the impact of bushfires, smoke and the hail event.

Article Research