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Mice Net : October 2008
Sydney Surrounds 79 Queensland 50 MICE ISSUES 16 CUTTING EDGE PCO 22 TECHNOLOGY 24 CREATIVE ESSENTIALS 29 PLANNERS’ CHECKLIST 30 SUSTAINABILITY 31 ASK AN EXPERT 32 LEGAL ISSUES 34 BUSINESS COACHING DEPARTMENTS 12 BRIGHT IDEAS 14 THUMBS UP 18 UPFRONT BRIEFS 21 UPFRONT INTERNATIONAL 38 TOP 5 Top events on a budget 40 YOUNG GUN 130 VENUE UPDATE 132 MEA NEWSLETTER 136 PEOPLE 136 HERE I AM NOW Cover Story 15 A newly-refurbished four-star hotel, an 18-hole golf course set to open in 2009, the new resort qualia raking in accolades, and the new Hamilton Island Yacht Club the icing on the cake, there is still even more to come. CASE STUDIES 6 XXII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE TRANSPLANTATION SOCIETY 52 2008 NESA AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 74 PEVONIA LAUNCH IN PALM COVE 83 AMEX’S RUN FOR CHARITY 84 WORLD YOUTH DAY 08 89 CAPTAIN COOK WELCOMES THE POPE 119 JETSET IN FIJI BT Publishing e-awards 2007 E-AwARDwINNERS THE INAUGURAL E-AWARDS WENT OFF WITH A BANG. READ ABOUT HOW SOME OF THE WINNERS AND RUNNERS’ UP SECURED THEIR AWARDS. TURN TO PAGE 42 FOR DETAILS. The contents of mice.net which are covered by copyright may not be reproduced or copied without the written permission of the publisher. Opinions expressed in articles are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the publisher. mice.net does not accept responsibility for damage to, or loss of, unsolicited material submitted for publication. The content and accuracy of advertisements accepted are the responsibility of the advertiser. All prices and conditions quoted in mice.net are based on the latest information received. The publisher cannot be held responsible for any inconvenience or expense resulting from a subsequent alteration to prices or conditions.