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Backpacker tax backlash prompts Federal Assistant Agriculture minister to ‘re-think’ impact on seasonal workforce

The Federal Government has given its first indication it might be prepared to ‘re think’ an increase to the amount of tax paid by backpacker workers.

Assistant Agriculture Minister Anne Ruston told mango growers in far north Queensland yesterday she recognised their concern about looming labour shortages amid a downturn in working holiday makers to Read more…

The Federal Government has given its first indication it might be prepared to ‘re think’ an increase to the amount of tax paid by backpacker workers. Assistant Agriculture Minister Anne Ruston told mango Read More..

21 January 2016
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Irish youth – Ever thought about a working holiday in Chile?

Young Irish people can spend a year living in South American country under new visa deal Are you looking to spend a year abroad, but wanting to go somewhere more unusual than Australia Read More..

Young Irish people can spend a year living in South American country under new visa deal Are you looking to spend a year abroad, but wanting to go somewhere more unusual than Australia Read More..

20 January 2016
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Latest GfK research shows Chinese millennials want to be considered as travellers

China hits 109 million outbound tourists in 2015 – South Korea and Thailand overtake Hong Kong as most popular destinations – Europe beats North America as most popular destination outside of Asia Nuremberg, Read More..

China hits 109 million outbound tourists in 2015 – South Korea and Thailand overtake Hong Kong as most popular destinations – Europe beats North America as most popular destination outside of Asia Nuremberg, Read More..

20 January 2016
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New Zealand expands use of eVisas

New Zealand has expanded the roll-out of e-visas to further encourage travel to the country. The roll out means eVisas are now available to online applicants: student, visitor and work visa applicants (excluding Read More..

09 December 2015