After a 10-year reign, RACT chief executive Harvey Lennon has announced he will be step down in June to pursue other career opportunities.

Maccy Shop & Cafe & Ramdaj Trading PL and Another have a s.372 (Application to deal with other contravention disputes) to resolve with Commissioner Platt in Hearing Room 6.1 – Level 6 in Adelaide (De Rose).

Feast Adelaide Queer Cultural Festival is facing a s.372 (Application to deal with other contravention disputes) before Deputy President Anderson in Conference Room 6a – Level 6 in Adelaide (Allan).

Qantas Airways Limited will defend a s.739 (Application to deal with a dispute in relation to flexible working arrangements) in front of Deputy President Colman in his Melbourne chambers (Evans).

Australian Leisure & Hospitality Group Pty Limited is still fighting a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) in front of Fair Work Deputy President Asbury in his Brisbane chambers (Smith).

One of Townsville’s most iconic pubs has been snapped up by a North Queensland buyer for $1.55 million. Molly Malones was bought by ­Zeller Investments, which has a long history of running country pubs across the region, including the Burdekin, Townsville and the Atherton Tablelands. The Irish pub is located in the Flinders St East entertainment precinct in a two-level, heritage-listed, Queenslander-style building. David Zeller of Zeller Investments said the iconic Molly Malones name would be staying as well as the pub’s Irish heritage. “We want to build on the solid foundation of the previous owners,” he said. “The name and the Irish theme are all going to stay but we’ll be going back to good food and good drink, and working on the pub’s late-night entertainment. “We’ll be having lighter music and having bands play on a Saturday night.” Mr Zeller said they had plans to ­refurbish the pub in the near future. The sale was negotiated by James Pascoe and Angelo Castorina from Colliers International.

Travelex Ltd has a s.739 (Application to deal with a dispute) to resolve before Fair Work Commissioner Spencer in his Queensland chambers (McArthur-Williams).

Cedar Hospitality Supplies awaits the outcome of a s.604 (Appeal of decisions) set for review before the Fair Work Full Bench in Hearing Room 1 in Brisbane at 10am (Lavery).