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A s.185 (enterprise agreement) application from Crown Sydney Gaming Pty Ltd t/a Crown Sydney for its Crown Sydney Enterprise Agreement 2020 has been approved by Fair Work Deputy President Mansini in Melbourne on 5 November 2020.

Compass Group Remote Hospitality Services Pty Ltd is fighting a s.394 (application for unfair dismissal remedy) issue before Deputy President Binet in Conference Room 12.34 in Perth (Musa).

A s.604 (appeal of decision) by Gary Mellios against Qantas Airways Limited has been rejected by Vice President Catanzariti, Deputy President Anderson and Commissioner Johns in Sydney on 6 November 2020.

An application/notification by Australian federation of Air Pilots (s.158(1) RO Act – Application for alteration of eligibility rules) will be heard by Deputy President Saunders (at Level 3, 237 Wharf Road) in Newcastle.

Floreat hotel – CEH group is being subjected to a s.604 – (Appeal of decisions) via the Full Bench (In chambers) in Perth (Greene).

A s.604 (appeal of decisions) application by Stephen Pyther against Riviera Taxis & Hire Cars Pty Ltd has been refused by Deputy President Gostencnik, Deputy President Saunders, and Commissioner McKinnon in Melbourne on 28 October 2020.

Queenstown tourism giant Wayfare has announced its vacant chief executive role will be taken up by Tourism New Zealand boss Stephen England-Hall early next year. In a statement, Wayfare chairman Jim Boult said Mr England-Hall would bring a “wealth of tourism industry knowledge and deep understanding of both the domestic and international markets” to the job that would be invaluable to the company during “extraordinary times”. Mr England-Hall has been chief executive of Tourism New Zealand for the past three and a-half years. His previous roles include as chief executive at Loyalty NZ and LAB360. He has also held senior positions at international digital marketing data and technology companies. Mr Boult, who is also Queenstown Lakes mayor, said the board was particularly impressed by Mr England-Hall’s digital expertise.

Three key senior personnel movements have been announced at Skye Suites – the hotel division of real estate developer, Crown Group – with a view to steering the brand out of the pandemic and in a new and prosperous direction. The brand has recruited David Bowen as its new Director of Hotels, who will be tasked with expanding the brand further around Australia and internationally in addition to managing the current portfolio of three locations in Sydney, Parramatta and Green Square. Bowen joins Skye Suites from nearly five years at Lendlease where he served as National Operations Manager, but brings nearly two decades in hospitality to his new role.