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'Southern' reef promotion boosts central Qld, Wide Bay tourism - ABC Online

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'Southern' reef promotion boosts central Qld, Wide Bay tourism
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Rockhampton's peak promotional group says there has been a surge in tourism to central Queensland and the Wide Bay over the past year.
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This article is about a promotion campaign to encourage holidays the the Southern area of the great barrier reef, which has in turn boostedtourism  in Queensland.

This article relates to Tourism in Australia.

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Asylum seekers lose free law aid - The West Australian

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The West Australian Asylum seekers lose free law aid The West Australian "If people choose to violate how Australia chooses to run our refugee and humanitarian program, they should not presume upon the support and assistance that is provided to...
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This article shows what is happening to asylum seekers in Australia and how they are now losing any free legal aid, previously provided. This relates to migration.

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On attracting Asian tourists to Australia - On Line Opinion - 21/3/2014

On attracting Asian tourists to Australia - On Line Opinion - 21/3/2014 | Australia's Global Links | Scoop.it
David Scowsill, President and CEO of The World Travel & Tourism Council has urged the Australian Government to extend e-visas to high spending Asian travellers following a disappointing year for travel and tourism.
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This article is about David Scowsill's opinion on how Australia should deal with its tourism industry and how they should be considering changing some previous limitations  on e-visa lengths etc. So that the Australian economy is not dependant on the mining industry like it previously has been. 

This article relates to tourism and economy.

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