NEWS HR

Ruapehu Alpine Lifts Limited (RAL), operators of Whakapapa & Tūroa Ski Areas on Mt Ruapehu, announced today that Jono Dean has been appointed as the new CEO of the company.

The NSW Crown Holiday Parks Land Manager has a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) with which to deal before Deputy President Cross in chambers (McLean).

A Queensland-based group linked to the family of publican Mick McFie has filled its glass with the acquisition of the freehold and leasehold to the Airlie Beach Hotel. The deal worth a combined $22 million marks the O’Neill family’s exit from the waterfront property after more than 30 years. CBRE Hotels’ Wayne Bunz and Hayley Manvell negotiated the sale to ABH Hotel Pty Ltd, which has consolidated its interest in the multifaceted hotel with the purchase of the freehold 10 months after securing the leasehold. The Airlie Beach Hotel features 80 accommodation rooms, conference facilities, commercial car park, restaurant, pub, retail liquor outlet, 35 gaming machines and a retail rental income.

Air New Zealand has appointed Laurissa Cooney to its Board of Directors. Laurissa Cooney is of Te Āti Hau Nui a Pāpā Rangi (Whanganui) descent and is a professional independent Director with several iwi affiliated entities as well as Chief Financial Officer for Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi. She has previously held senior auditing and consulting roles with Deloitte in New Zealand and Deloitte Touche in London.

Qantas Airways Ltd will face a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) before Fair Work Deputy President Beaumont in chambers in Perth (Jeffs).

Sonder Cafe will defend a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) in front of Fair Work Deputy President Cross in Hearing Room 14-1 – Level 14 in Sydney (Raftery).

Qantas Airways Ltd has a s.394 (Application for unfair dismissal remedy) to answer before Deputy President Beaumont in chambers in Perth (Jeffs).

An application for approval of the Precision Air Services Pty Ltd Enterprise Agreement 2019-2022 (s.185 – Application for approval of a single-enterprise agreement) will be determined by Deputy President Bull in chambers in Sydney.