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  • CBD NewsPhoto of How Rotorua’s new CBD cafe plans to revive hospitality staffing ‘crisis’

    How Rotorua’s new CBD cafe plans to revive hospitality staffing ‘crisis’

    Toi Ohomai student Daeshance Cooke, 18, chef Bipin Scaria, 33, dean of faculty Bart Vosse and cafeteria manager Alok Sharma, 33. Photo / Andrew Warner Rotorua’s newest cafe hopes to help revive the hospitality industry, which is struggling with a national staffing “crisis”. The Junction on Fenton – located in the iSite building on Fenton Street – will officially open…

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  • CBD NewsPhoto of Babajan opens a new place in Melbourne’s CBD – hospitality

    Babajan opens a new place in Melbourne’s CBD – hospitality

    The owner of the Turkish snack bar Babajan, Kirsty Chiaplias opened second place at the CBD in Melbourne on Little Collins Street. After six years of running the original site in North Carlton, the chef and founder is excited about the recent expansion of the business. “Before the pandemic, I wanted to change my business, and as funny as it…

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  • CBD NewsPhoto of “Key point” – experts on the role of hospitality at the CBD in Sydney

    “Key point” – experts on the role of hospitality at the CBD in Sydney

    Staff, collaboration and artistic inclusion were on the agenda of a panel hosted by CBRE in Sydney last week. The panel, which focused on The Creative-Led Recovery, was part of the Flow and Glow festival held at Wynyard last week. Panelists were selected from the arts, retail and hospitality industries, including: Michael Rodriguez, NSW’s 24-hour Commissioner of Economics; Carl Schlotauer,…

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