Support groups for cancer and diabetes patients return to West Cal Cam Hospital

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – Being diagnosed with a disease like diabetes or cancer can be scary and confusing. West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital works to soothe these emotions by helping to educate local residents and providing a community of others going through the same difficult journey. Human Resources Director Christi …

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Airlines worried about tipping point in demand as costs rise everywhere | Opinion

There are few things airlines have been more confident about in recent months than “pent-up demand” for air travel that would drive the Covid-19 recovery. No one took such a result for granted two years ago, at the start of the pandemic. Could the spread of a new virus – …

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SHAREHOLDER ALERT – Labaton Sucharow investigates Ericsson – ERIC

NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/March 10, 2022/ Labaton Sucharow, an award-winning, nationally ranked shareholder rights law firm, announces that it is investigating potential violations of federal securities laws by Ericsson (“Ericsson” or “the Company”) ( NASDAQ: ERIC). On February 15, 2022, Ericsson issued a statement revealing that unusual expense claims in Iraq, …

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The Mid South’s Course Atlas: “It’s about much more than the course itself”

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Tunisia: Domestic tourism contribution rate increased to around 50% of total arrivals – Minister

Tunis/Tunisia — The Ministry of Tourism is working on a strategy to increase the contribution rate of domestic tourism to around 50% of total arrivals, said Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts Mohamed Moez Belhassine. Speaking at the National Forum on Domestic Tourism organized on Wednesday under the slogan “Tounes Lik” …

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Townspeople have been invited to participate in a survey of two key elements of the ‘Our Balbriggan’ project

Residents and stakeholders of Balbriggan were invited to take part in a survey to gather suggestions and feedback on two key elements of the Our Balbriggan rejuvenation plan. he new poll was launched after a successful webinar on Tuesday evening exploring the two strategies, which deal with the public realm …

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Candidate alleges Villanueva’s radio show violates election rules

A candidate for Los Angeles County sheriff filed complaints Tuesday with state and federal agencies alleging that Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s weekly radio show on KFI-AM (640) violates election and broadcasting rules. LA County Sheriff Cmdr. Eli Vera, who is retiring from the sheriff’s department this month to focus on the …

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Low-Cost Airline Will Offer Service Via Nashville | Tourism

Breeze Airways will introduce service via Nashville International Airport in May. According to a statement, Utah-based Breeze will add service connecting BNA to the following cities: Akron/Canton, Ohio (Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays starting May 26. One-way fares start at $39, with round-trip tickets at $89) Tulsa, Oklahoma (Thursdays and …

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The best time to use your points and airline miles

Frances Meredith of Raleigh, North Carolina, used an American Airlines-branded credit card for everything from groceries to medical expenses during the pandemic, racking up points with nowhere to spend them. It meant she had a lot to redeem when her family of four decided it was time for a winter …

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AECOM leaves its activities in Russia

DALLAS, March 07, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AECOM (NYSE:ACM), the global trust infrastructure consulting firm, today announced that it is immediately exiting its business operations in Russia. “We stand with the people of Ukraine who are facing tremendous suffering as a result of Russia’s illegal invasion,” said Troy Rudd, CEO of AECOM. “Russia’s …

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Hasan Süzer’s Journey from Hospitality to Turkey’s Leading Medical Tourism Industry with SuzerMed

Many men are aware of the likelihood of hair loss, and rightly so – according to TheTrendSpotter, nearly two-thirds of men will experience some form of thinning or hair loss by the age of 35. While some men choose to completely shave their heads, others aren’t quite ready to let …

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Apple orders company staff to return to the office once a week from April 11 after multiple delays

Apple is ordering company staff to return to the office once a week from April 11 after multiple delays – with workers told they will have to be back at least three days a week by May 23 Apple’s CEO announced return-to-office timelines in a Friday memo US personnel must …

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Willing hackers converge on conflict in Ukraine with no one in charge

Ukraine has been more deliberate about recruiting a volunteer hacking force. On Telegram channels, participants applaud their collaboration with the government to tackle targets such as Sberbank, the Russian state bank. From Russia, where government ties to hacking groups have long raised alarm bells among Western officials, there haven’t been …

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Tourism officials recommend that tourists be allowed entry without registering for the Thailand Pass

Tourism officials are urging the government to allow tourists to enter the country without registering for a Thailand Pass. Officials have called for the requirement to be lifted in the next phase of easing restrictions, but no proposal for the government has been drafted. Travelers entering the country through the …

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Avoya Travel announces calendar of events for 2022

WHY IT RATES: Leading travel solutions provider Avoya Travel has just released its range of in-person, virtual and hybrid events. Each is designed to provide members of its independent travel agency network with networking opportunities, take advantage of continuing education and professional development offerings, or celebrate achievements through sales recognition …

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The nonprofit is updating its policy to prohibit political speech at the Yorktown Light Boat Parade and other events

YORKTOWN, Va. (WAVY) — Last holiday season, a Yorktown nonprofit came under fire after a committee selected a boat bearing political messages such as “Let’s go Brandon” and “FJB” as the winner of the Yorktown Lighted Boat Parade. Captain Bill Berger’s winning trophy for ‘Best in Show’ was removed in …

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Judge blocks NY attempt to shut down NRA, but lawsuit continues

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Hawthorne Highlights Emporia-Greensville’s Tourism Potential | Community

Beverly Hawthorne, Emporia’s community and economic development manager, is a key figure in Virginia’s Crossroads tourism group. In 2018, Emporia-Greensville joined the consortium of communities intended to market tourism in the region. “In 2018, Emporia and Greensville County decided that since we are partners in the Virginia Growth Alliance, we …

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TravelPerk Launches New Platform to Measure Travel-Related Emissions

TravelPerk has launched a new platform to give travel managers the tools to measure their organization’s carbon footprint and create strategies to reduce emissions. Europe-based TMC has launched the GreenPerk API, which will provide travel management platforms with data and analytics on an organization’s carbon footprint across different types of …

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Travel Bag Market Share, Trends, Research Report, Business Model 2022 – Business Ethics

The report presents itself as a smart and in-depth assessment tool as well as an excellent resource that will help you secure a position of strength in the world. travel bag market. It includes Porter’s Five Forces and PESTLE analysis to provide your business with critical insights and comparative data …

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Managing engagement in the new normal

At the start of the pandemic, as Zoom and other remote tools saw business boom in unprecedented ways, the opportunity to engage with students digitally also increased. Meanwhile, campus social media managers have built on their strengths to reach students where they are, provide timely and easy-to-use information, and make …

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How a Singapore tourist destination became a test bed for 5G and automation

Sentosa Island lures visitors with its sparkling beaches, thrilling roller coasters, and majestic underwater world at its aquarium. Now it has a new appeal for vacationers: technology. The tourist pole is now the test bed for 5G inventions in construction and hygiene services. It has also found a permanent place …

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Canada’s relaxed travel testing requirements are now in effect – Vancouver Island Free Daily

Canada’s relaxed travel testing requirements are now in effect Industry is holding a press conference today to call on Ottawa to remove all border restrictions related to COVID-19 The relaxed border restrictions came into effect this morning, removing the requirement for …

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EXPLANATOR: How is the Russian-Ukrainian war related to religion?

Ukraine’s tangled political history with Russia has its counterpart in the religious landscape, with Ukraine’s majority Orthodox Christian population split between an independent-minded group based in Kiev and one loyal to its patriarch in Moscow. But while there have been calls for religious nationalism in Russia and Ukraine, religious loyalty …

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Integrating acupuncture and tourism | Macau Business

A study involving IFTM-linked academics examines the potential of acupuncture as a cultural tourism offering in the Greater Bay Area Research Corner | A partnership between Macau Business and the Macau Institute of Tourism Studies (IFTM) Positioning acupuncture as a new cultural tourism offering to attract foreign visitors to the …

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Business booming: Private jets take over the skies of Hyderabad | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad now accounts for over 30% of total charter flights nationwide. (Representative image) HYDERABAD: Powered by its jet-setters, Hyderabad has become the fastest growing charter flight market in India. From just a few jets until a year ago, the city’s Begumpet Airport now boasts a fleet of at least 13-14 …

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TABULA RASA HEALTHCARE, INC. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-K)

Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations is designed to provide a reader of our financial statements with a narrative from the perspective of management on the Company's financial condition, results of operations, liquidity and certain other factors that may affect future results. The following discussion …

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Colorado Springs organizers announce ‘significant progress’ made on $60 million plan to renovate city’s auditorium

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) – It’s been eight months since a new nonprofit group proposed to transform the city’s historic, underused auditorium building into a major center for arts, culture, music and education. The group has raised $5 million in donations so far, with nearly $3 million more pledged by …

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Travel trends in 2022 and beyond will focus on sustainability and wellness tourism

The National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) reports that tourism in India will not return to pre-pandemic levels until 2026. By Vinay K Mayer, India’s tourism sector is expected to grow by 6.9% annually to reach $460 billion by 2028, or 9.9% of GDP, according to the World Travel …

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Distress in the hotel sector | Goodwin

The pandemic has brought a lot of uncertainty to the hotel sector – Intermittent national and regional shutdowns, work-from-home mandates and domestic and international travel restrictions have left hoteliers in the unenviable position of keeping the lights on but without pre-2020 occupancy or attendance. Government measures have undoubtedly helped, particularly …

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Be sure to think about applying for same-day payday loans

Payday loans online that offer instant approval show that you can obtain this kind of loan without visiting a storefront for a payday lender. Before taking out a cash advance, we suggest customers first look into other loans that are less costly for short-term loans, like a credit card or cash advance …

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What to do in Atlanta this weekend: February 25-27, 2022

Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Party Legend Prepare a barbecue and enjoy an adult drink at the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival at Atlantic Station. Credit: Tomas Espinoza Credit: Tomas Espinoza Legend Prepare a barbecue and enjoy an adult drink at the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival at Atlantic Station. Credit: …

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Sightseeing Sightseeing Tour Stopping Here Friday – Ste. Genevieve Herald

By ERIC X. VICCARO [email protected] Have you ever wondered about the machinations of tourism and their impact on a community? Well, you’re in luck. This Friday, February 25, the Missouri Tourism Road Show will stop in Ste. Geneviève as part of an eight-stop Show-Me State tour. Ste. Genevieve — with …

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Business News | Stock and Stock Market News | Financial news

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ESPERION THERAPEUTICS, INC. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (Form 10-K)

You should read the following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations together with our financial statements and related notes appearing elsewhere in this Annual Report on Form 10-K. In addition to historical information, this discussion and analysis contains forward-looking statements that involve risks, uncertainties and …

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A once-thriving tourism business is down to just 1%

With his tourist business booming all year round, David Gatward-Ferguson felt “bulletproof”. Tens of thousands of visitors from around the world flock to its Queenstown-based operation each year. A Nomad Safari excursion overlooking Wakatipu. (Source: David Gatward-Ferguson) But a threat few saw coming – Covid-19 – is having a grip …

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The ATPI group acquires the Australian company TMC

Travel management company ATPI Group has acquired Australian company The Travel Authority as part of its Southern Hemisphere expansion. The Sydney-based Travel Authority also has operations in Western Australia and northern New South Wales. TMC’s portfolio includes clients in the marine, energy, leisure and events industries. Ian Sinderson, CEO of …

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Political Diary: Conservative groups supporting the Treat Bill turn on the heat | Government and politics

Besides: Among the measures put forward by the committee last week: SB 1568, by Sen. Michael Brooks, D-Oklahoma City, which would add domestic violence to the violent offender registry; HB 2969, the latest version of the digital privacy bill from Representatives Collin Walke, D-Oklahoma City, and Josh West, R-Grove; SJR …

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Thailand’s tourism industry demands lifting of Covid restrictions, PM urges caution

Thailand’s Prayut Chan-o-cha calls on all 77 provincial governments to do all they can to reduce the spread of Thailand’s latest Covid surge. There have been over 18,000 new infections in the past 2 days. Today Thailand recorded 18,953 new official cases with many more unofficial cases that were recorded …

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Michigan tourism experts ‘cautiously optimistic’ about travel rebound in 2022

After two years of canceled events, variable waves and unpredictable travel restrictions, tourism experts in Michigan’s beach towns are feeling “cautiously optimistic” ahead of the 2022 summer season. Holland, located on the shores of Lake Macatawa with a man-made channel to Lake Michigan, expects tourist numbers to top 2019. Continued:GDK …

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Democrats take to the road to promote green projects

President Biden recalled yesterday that Ohio Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur handed him a note right after his first joint address to Congress last year, extolling the virtues of the Great Lakes as an economic engine in his district. . “The Great Lakes underpin the life, work and play of millions …

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Omicron slowed down tourism just when visitors were starting to return

Hello. It’s Friday. We’ll see how the Omicron variant affected tourism in New York late last year and early this year. And we’ll see why Thursday was a momentous day for Letitia James, the state’s attorney general. Also, just so you know: I’m taking a staycation next week. Corey Kilgannon …

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Air France-KLM: “Continuous rebound” in business traffic in 2021

The Air France-KLM group’s corporate segment in December 2021 reached about half the volume of 2019, according to a presentation that accompanied the airline’s fourth-quarter earnings call on Thursday. Business volume for the year 2021 totaled about 30% of 2019, according to the carrier. The trend of business recovery was …

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Ohio votes for bill expanding crimes during protests police call ‘riots’

Republicans in Ohio voted to create new felonies for protests that law enforcement considers riots despite objections from Democrats on Wednesday. House Bill 109 passed in a party vote, 59-35. Republicans said the legal changes would protect peaceful protesters as well as law enforcement. But Democrats strongly disagreed, saying the …

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SAUDI TOURISM AUTHORITY PARTNERS WITH COMMERCIAL OFFICE DISCOVER THE WORLD FOR JAPAN | News

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., February 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Saudi Tourism Authority (STA) has opened a trade office in Japan as part of its strategy to engage tourism trade in key source markets and raise awareness of Saudi Arabia, the homeland authentic Arabia, travelers around the world dream of exploring exotic …

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Marriott sees slow but improving business travel performance

Marriott International for the fourth quarter of 2021 saw year-over-year progress in key performance indicators, even narrowing some gaps in the fourth quarter of 2019 numbers, company executives said at a conference. telephone on Tuesday. Most of the progress, however, was attributed to leisure demand, which continued to outpace business …

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AECOM appointed to support Network Rail’s UK operations through its commercial services framework

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AECOM (NYSE: ACM), the world’s trusted infrastructure consultancy, today announced that it has been appointed to Network Rail’s $45 valued Commercial Services Framework. million pounds, which supports the North West and Central (NW&C) region of the UK rail network. This appointment extends AECOM’s longstanding relationship with the region by …

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Mental health a top concern for educators and students, statewide U of M survey finds

Educators, families and students in Minnesota agree that the mental health of students and educators is a top concern, according to an analysis from the University of Minnesota’s Minnesota Safe Learning Survey (SLS) that was distributed at Winter , in the spring and fall of 2021. There were more than …

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Boracay offers COVID-19 reminders to tourists

THE ISLAND WAIT FOR YOU | Some beaches on Boracay Island are still empty in this photo taken February 10. Just two days later, 20 foreign tourists have returned to the resort island in nearly two years after travel restrictions were eased for fully vaccinated travelers from other countries. . …

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Rights group sues over Nigeria to release Twitter deal

Newspapers are pictured after the Nigerian government announced the lifting of the ban on Twitter in Abuja, Nigeria January 13, 2022. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register ABUJA, Feb 13 (Reuters) – A Nigerian rights group has asked the High Court to force the government …

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Maharashtra to promote ‘independent’ tourism

Maharashtra to promote local tourism linked to independence movement What do Mani Bhavan in Mumbai, the Aga Khan Palace in Pune and the Sevagram Ashram in Wardha near Nagpur have in common? The fact that they are all linked to Mahatma Gandhi and India’s freedom struggle. Read more: Those behind …

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BlackInSac offers weekend entertainment events in Sacramento

Your weekend guide to enjoying Sacramento’s community events, nightlife and entertainment scene is back. Back by popular demand, ‘BlackInSac’. These events are influenced by African American or Black culture and in most cases are hosted or organized by sacramentans who represent the African Diaspora. We welcome submissions are always welcome …

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Pandemic impact could lead Boeing to modify capacity of next jet: analyst | News

The likelihood of a permanent weakening in business travel demand could lead Boeing to change the design of any aircraft it develops next. That’s according to aerospace analyst Kevin Michaels, who thinks the pandemic could lead Boeing to develop a smaller-than-expected plane. Boeing is expected to begin development of a …

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State of the State 2022: Tourism industry will return as a ‘bright spot’ for Arkansas’ economy

COVID-19 was anything but hospitable for Arkansas’ recreation and hospitality industry. Jobs in the sector hit a record high of 122,900 in December 2019. Just four months later, employment in the sector would drop nearly 39% to around 75,100 jobs in April. In the decade before the pandemic, the sector …

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FAI defends Jonathan Hill’s decision not to live in Ireland

FAI chief executive Jonathan Hill defended his decision to continue to commute from his London base, a stance endorsed by chairman Roy Barrett who called the furor “non-issue”. The duo were purposely talking Tuesday morning about the new strategy launched on Monday evening, but issues surrounding Hill’s living conditions dominated …

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Petrol tourism flourishes in Central Europe – EURACTIV.com

After earlier trips to Hungary, Slovaks have been heading to Polish gas stations since February, filling up several hundred thousand liters of fuel in canisters because of the cheaper gas. In response, Poland decided to implement border controls. Petrol and diesel in Poland cost around 25 to 35 euro cents …

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Live Covid-19 updates: mask mandates, vaccines and reopenings

Video Ottawa’s mayor has declared a state of emergency after more than a week of unrest that began with protests by truckers over vaccination mandates. The protests have spread beyond Canada’s capital.CreditCredit…Patrick Doyle/Reuters Ottawa’s police chief told city council on Monday afternoon that it would take 1,800 more officers to …

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The Big Read: Singapore betting on F1 – will it pay off for a desperate tourism sector?

Could Singapore afford to sign the agreement a year later when the pandemic situation might be more stable? Mr Raphael Reich, chief executive of sports consultancy Dejavu Consulting, said a growing number of countries are keen to be included in the F1 racing calendar as COVID-19 restrictions ease around the …

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Frank Reich among groups traveling to Los Angeles to fight trafficking

Frank Reich is going to Los Angeles this week for an important mission. A year after becoming head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Reich and his wife, Linda, formed kNot Today, a nonprofit organization that works to prevent child sexual abuse and exploitation. Their foundation is one of five organizations …

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Greece sees banner tourism arrive in third year of pandemic

ATHENS – The COVID-19 pandemic still has a deadly grip on the country as it will enter a third year in March, but Greece still expects a big comeback from tourists allowed to travel more internationally, in the hope that restrictions will ease further and the Coronavirus will decline. Early …

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Valley hospitality industry rebounds from pandemic | Business

SELINSGROVE – The hospitality industry is bouncing back after the COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the hospitality industry, according to the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA). Kelly Fisher has worked in the hospitality industry for 30 years and has seen the drastic drop in business during …

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More investment in BC’s tourism infrastructure

More than 50 new tourism projects across British Columbia are receiving a total of $21.3 million for shovel-ready infrastructure projects. These projects are part of the second cycle of the Destination Development Stream of the Community Economic Recovery Infrastructure Program (CERIP) 2021. In February 2021, in response to the pandemic …

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Accor’s Wojo bets on remote workspaces

Train stations, airports and shopping malls – remote workplaces will appear in all sorts of new spaces in the future, according to Wojo. The brand, a joint venture between Accor and French real estate group Bouygues Immobilier, wants to diversify beyond Accor hotels and buildings dedicated to co-working. The success …

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This remarkable travel map plots black cultural data as elevation

Here is the copy, composed by Washington, DC-based poet Jasmine Mans: “We are a people of many first steps.Black travelers making the sun and the clay a home.Discover time through the horizon line.You can find us in the mountains…And the valleys.The spoon that stirs the melting pot.We made dirt house,remembered …

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The year of the tiger eclipses the Olympic panda

Beijing’s parks and avenues are lined with red Lunar New Year lanterns. The streets are deserted as families gather at their homes to celebrate the Year of the Tiger. The five rings symbol of the Olympic Games and the cuddly panda mascot of the Winter Games are barely visible. Winter …

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Evers uses pandemic funds to invest in Northwoods tourism

HAYWARD, WI – Governor Tony Evers visited Hayward on Wednesday as part of his tourism capital grant program. The program provides grants for infrastructure projects within the state’s tourism industry. “Tourism in the State of Wisconsin is very important. Millions and millions of dollars are brought into our state every …

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Accor plans to increase meetings to “make deals” in 2022

According to a study by hotel giant Accor, the return of face-to-face business meetings will be necessary for organizations to “close” major deals in 2022. The French hotel company has just released its first Accor Northern Europe Travel Trends Report, which examines changes in traveler behavior as a result of …

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Two faculty members continue their studies abroad in Italy

TUNA in Florence Their work in Florence, however, extends beyond the summer semester. For example, in February 2020, the Robins (written for simplicity) found themselves in Florence planning a THON program with ISI-Florence, their partners there for many years. “We wanted to take THON overseas,” they explained. The event was …

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UK launches campaign to avoid excess tourism in the Balearic Islands

Tour operators, airlines and the Foreign Office have launched an awareness campaign in the UK, aiming to reduce the marketing of package holidays to Mallorca and Ibiza from the so-called excessive tourism. Tourist groups, including EasyJet Holidays, use their websites to explain all the conditions on the consumption of alcohol …

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African Travel Inc. launches a series of romantic safaris

Luxury safari provider African Travel, Inc. has launched a series of romantic and honeymoon safaris in time for Valentine’s Day. In response to the growing interest in romantic trips to Africa, the company has curated the best safaris and experiences for weddings, anniversaries, honeymoons and other romantic getaways. THE ADVERTISEMENT …

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The Day – Mystic Seaport predicts a busy 2022

Stonington – After rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic with strong attendance figures in 2021, officials at the Mystic Seaport Museum plan to unveil two major new exhibits this year, enhanced food offerings and events, and more opportunities for visitors go out on the Mystic River in boats. Museum Seaport President …

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Iran is a safe destination for tourism: minister

Tehran – Iran is quite a safe and beautiful destination for international travelers, Iranian Tourism Minister Ezzatollah Zarghami said on Saturday. “Foreign tourists should be aware that Iran has the most beautiful and safest places for tourism, but the negative propaganda from Western media has tainted their minds, as those …

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Leon Farley Obituary (2022) – Novato, CA

Leon Alex Trevor Farley May 6, 1935 January 6, 2022 Leon Farley of Greenbrae died peacefully at his home on January 6, with wife Karen Metz by his side. Leon loved words. And a proper lunch. Anything UCLA. Premier League football. A cold beer after a long tennis match. He …

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Significant increase in nonimmigrant visa fees expected by September

The Biden administration has proposed raising fees on almost all nonimmigrant visas. While U.S. officials say the move is necessary to better align visa prices with what it costs to provide them, critics worry that unless the administration tackles visa wait times, rising costs could mean even fewer travelers and …

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Omicron update: Prime Minister Scott Morrison offers timetable showing when international tourists are set to return to Australia

International tourists could be allowed to return to Australia before Easter, according to the Prime Minister. As Omicron cases continue to rise across the country, Scott Morrison said tourists and other international travelers may be allowed to return once case numbers drop. Since the reopening of international borders at the …

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NYC struggles to recover after spike in Omicron cases

As the pandemic stretches into a third year, the Omicron variant has added another speed bump on New York’s path back to normal, injecting further uncertainty into the economic outlook and threatening to worsen the already lopsided recovery of the city. Office workers were again sent home, reversing the steady …

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Some tourism businesses worry as visitor arrivals continue to fall

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Beautiful sunsets, waves and sand still draw visitors to Hawaii, but new statistics show that numbers are dwindling at a faster rate than usual for this time of year. It’s a big concern for players in the tourism industry, like Carey Johnson, who runs Custom Island Tours. …

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OAG: Hawaiian and Delta Top 2021 N. American Airlines On Time

Hawaiian Airlines, closely followed by Delta Air Lines, tops travel data provider OAG’s list of the 50 most punctual airlines and airports in 2021 worldwide. Airline rankings are based on available seat-kilometres for the whole year, while airport rankings are based on departing seats with a minimum threshold of 2.5 …

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SD journalism groups condemn killings of Mexican journalists

SAN DIEGO (CNS) — Journalism organizations in San Diego on Tuesday denounced the killing of three Mexican journalists in the past month and called for additional protections for reporters working south of the border. The murders, one in the eastern Mexican city of Veracruz and two in Tijuana, have not …

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PA Tourism Board releases 2022 Happy Traveler guide as unused vacation days rise

Guide encourages travelers to pursue national bliss for holiday day Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Today, the Pennsylvania Office of Tourism released Happy Traveler 2022, a dedicated guide to unique attractions and events throughout the Commonwealth and a resource for travelers to plan future getaways. The guide’s release is timed for the …

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IHG adds 11 new properties in Spain and Portugal

IHG Hotels & Resorts strengthens its presence in Spain and Portugal with the signing of 11 new properties in the two Iberian countries. The new hotels are expected to open in the next few years and include IHG brands such as Holiday Inn, Hotel Indigo, Six Senses and Staybridge Suites. …

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HealthSearch Partners Recruits New CEO for Maury Regional Health

January 24, 2022 – HealthSearch Partners recently appointed Davin Turner as Managing Director of Maury Regional Health, a three-hospital health system located in Columbia, TN. This project was managed by Senior Director and Co-Founder Barry Cesafsky with assistance from Chief Operating Officer Laura Conley. Together, they worked closely with Maury’s …

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FBI and informant roles cloud Michigan governor’s kidnapping case

Defense attorneys using this same trove of evidence constructed an entirely different scenario of what happened. They portray the defendants as reluctant puppets trapped by FBI agents and informants who they believe invented the kidnapping plot. Within weeks of joining, Dan resumed training exercises, introducing a much higher level of …

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Montreal hotels say more government action is needed to keep the tourism industry alive

Montreal hotels say that even though they never closed during the pandemic, they are still losing a lot of money – and many could close if the government does not help. “We run our business on credit cards,” said Marc Saunier, who runs Hotel Monville in downtown Montreal. He says …

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Hundreds of Thousands of Canadians Travel Abroad Despite Omicron

Despite growing concerns around the world last fall about the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, Sandy Long and her husband left on November 28 for a 10-day vacation in Mexico. Long said they felt comfortable traveling as they planned to take strict security measures. Additionally, the couple hadn’t been overseas in …

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Clinical benefit obtained with pembrolizumab and chemotherapy in esophageal adenocarcinoma/GEJ

The KEYNOTE-590 study (NCT03189719) found patients in all subgroups at 12-month follow-up with esophageal cancer and gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) adenocarcinoma treated with first-line pembrolizumab intent (Keytruda) plus chemotherapy produced clinical benefit, according to a presentation from the 2022 Gastrointestinal Symposium.1 The data came from an additional 12 months of follow-up. …

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Local company’s travel site in legal battle with American Airlines – WSOC TV

CHARLOTTE — Popular Red Ventures travel website The Points Guy is facing a legal battle with Charlotte’s dominant airline carrier American Airlines over its rewards management app. The app that allows users to sync airline mileage data violates trademark and privacy rules, claims American Airlines Group Inc. in a lawsuit …

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LRSD board hears plan to find superintendent

Consultants to help with the search for a new superintendent set out a process for the Little Rock School Board on Thursday that includes one-on-one interviews with board members next week, a March 5 application deadline, and selection of new superintendents. a school district leader before May 1. The research …

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Athletics head to Liberty and South Carolina meets this weekend

History links CULLOWHEE, North Carolina – West Carolina track teams will see split-squad action in two indoor meetings this weekend as the Catamounts travel to Lynchburg, Va. for the Brant Tolsma Invitational and Columbia, in South Carolina, for the Carolina Challenge. Live results from both competitions are available via links …

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Rwanda launches first hot air balloon to boost tourism

PIC FILE: Hot air balloon. /Xinhua PIC FILE: Hot air balloon. /Xinhua Rwanda has launched the first hot air balloon, an event that comes to boost the tourism sector which has been largely affected by COVID-19. Since Wednesday, the Royal Balloon Rwanda company has been operating two hot air balloons …

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Aviation industry recovery underway despite business travel challenges

The recovery of the “resilient” global airline industry from the Covid-19 crisis is “now underway in much of the world”, but business travel “remains more problematic” than leisure travel and some aircraft cabins will have to be reconfigured accordingly. That’s according to an aviation outlook report by accounting giant PwC. …

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COVID-19 updates: US begins taking orders for COVID testing as Oregon schools grapple with infection spike

The COVID-19 virus. OPB Many of the COVID-19 challenges Oregonians face today are deeply familiar. Nearly two years into the pandemic, the state is still trying to balance the risk of spreading the virus in the classroom with the benefits of in-person instruction in schools; struggling with access to testing; …

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BC hotel, tour operators offered property tax, hydro assistance – Cranbrook Daily Townsman

As B.C. tourism operators wait to see if they can avoid losing a third summer of business due to COVID-19 restrictions, the B.C. government is offering another assistance to help cover fixed costs such as provincial property tax and park permits. Tourism Minister Melanie Mark said the $15 million program …

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Cruise-dependent travel agents seek alternatives after another CDC warning

Skift grip Travel agents should have expected a development to make selling cruises difficult, as the cruise industry has been so volatile since the pandemic began. It is now clear for many agents to find ways to be less reliant on booking cruises. Rashaad Jordan Many travel advisers saw the …

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Dive into winter with these 11 seasonal events

Winter is in full swing and we have organized several events, both indoors and outdoors, to keep you active and having fun. Even with weather less than a wonderland and the disruptions brought on by omicron, Mainers can’t help but make the most of this longest of seasons, and we’ve …

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EMEA People News In Brief (January 17, 2022)

LONDON — Citigate Dewe Rogerson has hired former Hawthorn Advisors chief executive Lorna Cobbett as its new chief executive. The agency also promoted Kevin Smith and Caroline Merrell to managing directors. MD Chris Barrie leaves the agency after 22 years to become director of corporate affairs and investor relations at …

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Tourism fee plan gets mixed reviews

Foreigners in Thailand have expressed mixed reactions to the government’s plan to collect a 300 baht tourist tax from April. On Wednesday, government spokesman Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana said a proposal to collect the fee from tourists under the Ministry of Tourism and Sports’ tourism promotion plan was under consideration. Foreigners coming …

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After the post-Covid festivities, prepare for the drop in business travel in the northeast

Stephen Gow: After post-Covid rejoicing, prepare for decline in business travel in the North East Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An …

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A personal zoom: Quitting my job improved my mental health and my mission

It’s too early to tell if 2022 will continue “The Great Quitting,” where millions of Americans in record numbers left their workplaces in 2021, wanting more money, flexibility or fulfillment. Even though my salary was low, I never thought I would join their ranks. Why should I? I loved being …

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Seattle Kraken Embraces Indigenous Traditions and Elevates Indigenous Voices

On Dec. 6, the Seattle Kraken hockey team warmed up on the ice wearing specially designed jerseys inspired by traditional Karuk basketry, while more than 200 invited members of the area’s Native American community watched from the bleachers. The Kraken, the National Hockey League’s new team, wore the unique pre-game …

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East of England Tourism Awards finalists announced

The finalists for the East of England Tourism Awards 2021-2022 were announced – and what a tough job it was for our judges! As organizer of the awards, Archant is delighted to recognize outstanding effort and achievement within the tourism and hospitality industry – see the full list of finalists …

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Franchise Business Review Names Cruise Planners #1 in Franchisee Satisfaction in the Travel & Tourism Category and #3 in the Top 200 Franchises of 2022 Overall

Independent Survey Ranks Cruise Planners 1st in Franchisee Satisfaction in the Travel & Tourism Category and 3rd Among All Franchise Brands CORAL SPRINGS, Florida., January 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cruise Planners, a Travel Representative of American Express, Continues to Thrive and Dominate as Franchise Business Review’s Leading Travel Franchise by …

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Yellowstone is approaching its 150th anniversary; the director of the park reflects on the changes; planned tribal events | State and Region

“We’ve come a long way together, but we also have a very, very long way to go,” he said. “We look forward to continuing our progress to protect this incredible park for the future, and we certainly need everyone’s help to make this happen.” Rick Hoeninghausen, director of hotels and …

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Thailand continues to push for tourism revenue despite Covid-19

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha urged all government agencies to support the “Amazing Thailand New Chapter” tourism campaign, which is ready to be launched by the end of January. According to a government spokesperson, the administration is pushing forward tourism plans that the struggling economy desperately needs, despite the growing spread …

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Norman Foster’s Architecture Firm Almost Doubles Profits | Annual results

The architectural firm headed by Sir Norman Foster nearly doubled its profits as it expanded in the Middle East and gained new business despite pandemic lockdowns. Total income fell from £ 33million to £ 200million in the year ending April 30, 2021, according to accounts from Foster + Partners, the …

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UNC plans MLK Day banquet and lectures on campus next week

Next Monday, January 17, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday commemorating the birthday of the civil rights leader. Here are some events taking place on campus next week to honor and celebrate his legacy. MLK Memorial Banquet On January 16, the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion …

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