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UK and USA issue electronics ban on certain travellers

On Tuesday 21 March 2017 the US and UK governments announced that certain electronic devices are not permitted in the cabins of particular flights from the Middle East and North Africa. USA Electronics Ban What flights are affected? Customers...Read more
Unis called on to address UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

Universities focus on UN’s sustainability goals

Unis called on to address UN’s Sustainable Development Goals A group of international university leaders recently met to discuss education’s role in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out by the United Nations in 2016. More...Read more
Monash first Higher Ed organisation to issue ‘Climate Bond’

Monash first Higher Ed organisation to issue ‘Climate Bond’

Australian university goes green in world first While many universities have embraced the green movement over the past few years, Monash University has taken its commitment to a new level. In December 2016, the university became the first higher...Read more
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Virgin bound for Hong Kong/China

Virgin bound for Hong Kong/China Virgin Australia will introduce flights from Australia to Hong Kong and mainland China as early as mid-2017, subject to regulatory approval. They will operate on A330 aircraft, which feature Virgin’s business class...Read more
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Qantas adds wow factor to Premium Economy

Qantas puts wow factor in Premium Economy Qantas Premium Economy travellers will have more personal space to enjoy on long-haul flights from October this year, when Qantas rolls out its next-gen Premium Economy seating on the B787-9 Dreamliner...Read more
Music and movement improves student outcomes

Music and movement improves student outcomes

Music and movement improves student outcomes Recent research has shown that incorporating music, singing and movement into the classroom of the very youngest students can have a significant impact on their learning. In fact, an independent American...Read more
There’s no better time for students to take up the Earth Hour challenge

There’s no better time for students to take up the Earth Hour challenge

There’s no better time for students to take up the Earth Hour challenge Now in its 10 th year, the Australian-borne Earth Hour movement is calling on school students to actively learn more about the importance of taking action on climate change...Read more
Smiling Mind focuses on happy school communities

Smiling Mind focuses on happy school communities

Smiling Mind focuses on happy school communities Bringing meditation to the classroom in an effective and easy-to-implement way, is the goal behind the not-for-profit organisation Smiling Mind. With the general mental health of children and...Read more
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Renewed travel ban for USA

On 6 March 2017 a revised executive order was issued by the President of the United States, which imposed a ban on entry to the USA for citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for at least 90 days. This new travel ban takes effect...Read more
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AUSTRALIAN HOTEL OUTLOOK

Insights for academics into 2017 hotel rates The Australian Hotel Outlook is mandatory reading for Campus Travel clients who would like to understand current conditions in the Australian hotel sector, anticipated rate movements in key cities, and...Read more

Anglican Schools Australia Case Study

The Anglican Schools Australia network has been partnered with Campus Travel for the past three years. The network has worked closely and proactively with Campus Travel to consolidate its school group and staff travel with Campus Travel. The...Read more

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