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Tourism Fiji remains optimistic

FBC News 24 Jan 2022
Tourism Fiji Chief Executive, Brent Hill is hopeful there will be more bookings from Australia in the coming months. February and March are usually off-season months, however, Hill is optimistic that Australia’s decision to ease COVID-19 testing requirements will mean more bookings.
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Australia’s Afghan resettlement response a bitter disappointment

Reliefweb 24 Jan 2022
The Australian Government’s refugee resettlement response to the Afghanistan crisis is so bitterly disappointing that it will leave Afghan Australians and their millions of supporters across the Australian community feeling betrayed, the Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) says.
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Australia’s Football Coach Tests Positive to COVID-19 Ahead of World Cup Qualifier

The Epoch Times 24 Jan 2022
Football Australia Chief Executive Officer James Johnson said that despite the setback, Arnold is feeling positive and is staying digitally connected with all the team activities, including training sessions.
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What does Australia’s removal from the European Council’s travel ‘white list’ mean?

The Observer 24 Jan 2022
The European Council has removed Australia from the “white list”, a register of countries from which it recommends travel restrictions should be lifted ... The chief executive of Flight Centre, Graham Turner, says the removal of Australia from the EU white list will have “minimal effect on vaccinated Australians travelling to Europe”.
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Australian Open boss denies reports Novak Djokovic will sue and confirms he will play in 2023

Tennishead 24 Jan 2022
Craig Tiley feels Tennis Australia “always tried to do the right thing” to get unvaccinated players to ... However, in an interview with Australian broadcaster ABC Tennis Australia chief executive and Australian Open director Tiley denied reports Djokovic will be suing.
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New Australian research could end global banana threat

Fresh Plaza 24 Jan 2022
The aim, he said, is to support food security in Australia and worldwide ... Australian Banana Growers’ Council (ABGC) Chief Executive Officer Jim Pekin said TR4 has been the predominant issue for the industry since it was discovered in Australia’s major growing area six years ago.
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Easy wins: ‘Giving blood, I know I’m directly helping someone. So how good is that?’

The Observer 24 Jan 2022
Now, more than normal, Australia needs people like Madeleine ... “We need 140,000 new blood donors in 2022 to meet the needs of patients across Australia, an increase of 45%,” Lifeblood’s executive director of donor services, Cath Stone, said ... The Australia Red Cross has an online ...
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Groups urge Tsai to pardon death row inmate

Taipei Times 24 Jan 2022
By Lin Liang-sheng and Jason Pan / Staff reporters ... Amnesty International Taiwan secretary-general Chiu E-ling (邱伊翎) said that executives and secretaries-general of the group’s chapters in Australia, Spain, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Belgium and Portugal have written personal letters to Tsai to appeal for Chiou’s pardon ... .
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Tennis Australia ends partnership with Santos after one year

The Observer 23 Jan 2022
Australia to send first shipment of liquefied hydrogen to Japan ... The chief executive of 350 Australia, Lucy Manne, whose organisation coordinated the campaign, welcomed the end of the arrangement, saying Tennis Australia “should be congratulated for ending their association with Santos”.
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Craig Tiley says Novak Djokovic not suing Tennis Australia and will return for 2023 Australian Open

The Observer 23 Jan 2022
Tennis Australia’s chief executive, Craig Tiley, has dismissed suggestions that Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic may sue the organisation and has claimed the world No 1 will be back at the Australian Open in 2023 ... The beleaguered chief executive also replied “Yes” when asked if Djokovic would be back in Australia for the 2023 tournament.
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After the gold rush; before Tiananmen: how Chinese-Australians put down deep roots in the regions

The Observer 23 Jan 2022
The popular history of Chinese people in Australia seems limited to pre-federation, pre-White Australia policy goldrush miners, their skill and diligence raising the ire and envy of the Europeans ... ‘The reality is that the Chinese diaspora in Australia stretches beyond these boundaries’.
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Craig Tiley denies reports Novak Djokovic will sue Tennis Australia

The Times of India 23 Jan 2022
Reports have since surfaced that Djokovic was planning to sue Tennis Australia, but Chief Executive Tiley denied that was the case in an interview with broadcaster ABC on Sunday ... Tiley blamed miscommunication with the federal government for the issues that resulted in Djokovic being kicked out of Australia.
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Australia coach Covid-positive ahead of World Cup qualifier

Egypt Today 23 Jan 2022
AFP - Australia's build-up to a crunch World Cup qualifier this week suffered a setback Sunday when coach Graham Arnold tested positive for Covid-19 and was forced into isolation ... Football Australia chief executive James Johnson said no one else in the set-up had failed a test so far.
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Pegula's sports align ahead of Australian Open quarterfinals

Atlanta Journal 23 Jan 2022
Tiley, also the chief executive of Tennis Australia, blamed miscommunication and changing circumstances in the COVID-19 pandemic for Djokovic being deported on the eve of the tournament after his visa was cancelled because he wasn't vaccinated against the coronavirus ... 1 Ash Barty into quarterfinals in Australia.
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Pegula’s sports align ahead of Australian Open quarterfinals

The Associated Press 23 Jan 2022
Tiley, also the chief executive of Tennis Australia, blamed miscommunication and changing circumstances in the COVID-19 pandemic for Djokovic being deported on the eve of the tournament after his visa was cancelled because he wasn’t vaccinated against the coronavirus.

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