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Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a management agreement with CES Pirie Hotel, an entity wholly owned by Chip Eng Seng Corporation, to develop a new Hyatt Regency in Adelaide.

Element by Westin, part of Marriott International, announced the opening of Element Melbourne Richmond.

Auckland is gearing up for a new city-wide winter festival this July, lighting up the longer darker winter nights with illuminations, theatre, food and family activities.

Melbourne & Olympic Parks (M&OP), home of the Australian Open Tennis Championship, has for the first time revealed features of its new world-class function and media centre at the Asia Pacific Incentives Meetings & Event (AIME), held in Melbourne on February 18 – 20.

Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME), one of the leading meetings and conventions event in the region, has announced a series of partnerships with companies set to champion sustainability at this year’s event.

Melbourne & Olympic Parks (M&OP) has announced a series of refurbished spaces across the precinct, which aim to enhance and revamp Melbourne’s iconic sporting event experience.

Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME), one of the leading meetings and conventions event in the Asia Pacific region, has announced an innovative partnership with Australia’s most-trusted charity, Guide Dogs Victoria (GDV), to launch a pop-up sensory experience workshop.

WestJet announced it has expanded its codeshare relationship with Qantas by placing its WS code and flight numbers on Qantas-operated flights between Los Angeles and Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.


Sydney Airport has partnered with large-format outdoor innovators, Wideopen Platform, to unveil one of Australia’s largest advertising building wraps across the Western face of the Terminal 1 International multi-storey car park.


The Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) has announced its commitment to bringing more quality buyers from across globe, with 60 percent originating outside of Australia.