Sydneysiders Flock To Book Queensland Holidays 26/11/20
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Airlines and travel agencies have reportedly been flooded with bookings from Sydneysiders keen to head north, when the Queensland border reopens next week. We’ll soon get an insight into the life of Sydney nightclub boss John Ibrahim, with his book ‘Last King of the Cross’ set to be made into a major international miniseries. Parents are being urged to keep it simple when it comes to presents for their children’s teachers this year, amid fears a simple gift card could amount to bribery of public officials. And rising NRL star Keith Titmuss, who tragically died on Monday, will be posthumously awarded an official Sea Eagles player number. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription atdailytelegraph.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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