GREAT BARRIER REEF Top Stories

Xinhua: SYDNEY, June 25 (Xinhua) -- An upcoming eco-tourism experience on Australia'sGreat Barrier Reef will allow visitors to sleep up to three meters beneath the ocean surface in a sustainable floating hotel. Plans for the three-level, multi-use pontoon to be...
Public Technologies: TourismIndustryDevelopment MinisterKate Jones said the multi-level pontoon was expected to draw an extra 16,000 visitors to the region every year and drive more than $1.8 million in visitor expenditure. 'This pontoon is a game-changer for Lady Musgrave and...
PR Newswire: WASHINGTON, June 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. News & World Report, publisher of Best Hotels, Best Cruise Lines and Best Travel Rewards Programs, today released its annual rankings of the Best Vacation Destinations. The new rankings highlight the World's...
Public Technologies: A summer of flooding in some regions and drought in others, along with a sustained low global sugar price has tempered industry expectations as the 2019 sugarcane crush begins in Queensland. Tableland Mill, near Mareeba west of Cairns, was the first to begin...
Canada Newswire: VANCOUVER, /CNW Telbec/ - Every week there's a new report from the frontlines of tourism's latest crisis: the mayor of Venice urges UNESCO to blacklist the fabled city on the HeritageList; too many visitors shutter Thailand's beautiful Maya Bay; climbers...
PhysOrg: It is sometimes the relatively simple ideas that work best. A novel low-cost device, that can rapidly secure coral fragments to the reef, has been so successful at helping propagate coral on high value sections of Australia'sGreat Barrier Reef that the...
AOL: This video shows the moment a brave bystander rescued a massive stranded jellyfish - by picking it up with his bare hands. Kind-hearted Belal Almassri, 34, was on his way home following a business meeting when he spotted the huge creature stuck against rocks...
The Press Democrat: The Great Barrier Reef is bleached and dying. Because oceans are heating so quickly, nearly all of the world’s corals are projected to be dead ......
Burlington County Times: The Great Barrier Reef is bleached and dying. Because oceans are heating so quickly, nearly all of the world's corals are projected to be dead by 2050.Now, however, a handful of entrepreneurial scientists, many of whom have spent their careers studying the...
The Daily Mail: The Owner’s Suite on the Viking Sun is three times bigger than the average new house in the UK. It includes a living room, adorned with original artwork, a veranda, an ocean-view dry sauna, a 12-person boardroom, dining room, kitchen, extensive wine collection...
Arkansas Online: The Great Barrier Reef is bleached and dying. Because oceans are heating so quickly, nearly all of the world's corals are projected to be dead by 2050. Now, however, a handful of entrepreneurial scientists, many of whom have spent their careers studying the...