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Inclusive NI canoe trails planned

The Canoe Association of Northern Ireland (CANI) and the Countryside Access and Activities Network (CAAN) are planning to develop a series of canoe trails in Northern Ireland.
 

VisitBritain mission to boost visitors from Asia-Pacific

VisitBritain is to host Destination Britain at the Sheraton Perdana in Langkawi, Malaysia on 12-15 September this year.
 

PLB aims to increase regeneration work

Tourism consultancy, PLB, has appointed James Milne as principal regeneration consultant.
 

YTB calls for White Rose entries

Yorkshire Tourist Board (YTB) is calling for entries for its 15th annual White Rose Awards, to recognise the best of the best in the region’s tourism industry.
 

Tobias to leave Tourism Alliance

Richard Tobias is to step down as director general of the Tourism Alliance at the end of the year.
 

Bathing water gets cleaner, but beaches get dirtier

With the bathing season almost upon us – beginning 1 May – The Environment Agency has announced that a record number of bathing spots across England and Wales meet European requirements for cleanliness – but a survey has found beaches are at their dirtiest for a decade.
 

Candidates announced for waterside pub scheme

British Waterways (BW) has short listed three candidates in its search for a partner to create a nationwide waterside pubs business.
 

Caborn to open Yorkshire Tourism Conference

Richard Caborn, minister for sport and tourism, is to give the keynote speech at Yorkshire Tourist Board’s (YTB) 10th annual Yorkshire Tourism Conference tomorrow (28 April 2004).
 

Coastal tourism grant scheme draws to a close

A four-year scheme that saw coastal tourism businesses in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire benefit from a number of grants has drawn to a close.
 

BITOA calls for ‘incompetent’ Home Office to change visa regulations

The British Incoming Tour Operators Association (BITOA) has blasted the government’s immigration policy, calling it ‘inept’ for letting in thousands of migrants while genuine visitors are denied entry due to complicated visa requirements.

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