Month: August 2020

The Lonely Planet Top Ten Tourism Countries For 2020

It’s vacation time, but where to go? After all, with air travel cheaper and more accessible than ever before (despite the obvious and entirely credible ecological concerns) you literally have the entire world to choose from. 

And while you could just blindly stick a pin in a map like in the days of yore, you could also take a more pragmatic approach and see what those in the know have to say on the matter. And if you’re asking, the travel addicts at Lonely Planet are a great place to start. 

With an eye firmly on 2020, the Lonely Planet

Tiger Woods not worried by lack of reps, cold weather ahead of PGA Championship

SAN FRANCISCO – Tiger Woods says cold weather and lack of reps won’t stand in his way of claiming a record 83rd PGA TOUR victory and 16th major championship at TPC Harding Park this week.

Woods has played just four PGA TOUR rounds since February – at last month’s the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide – thanks to a combination of his troublesome back and the COVID-19 pandemic.

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With temperatures at the coastal-adjacent public course are forecast to range from the mid 50s to just the

Camping World Holdings, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results

LINCOLNSHIRE, IL–()–Camping World Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CWH) (the “Company”), America’s largest retailer of recreational vehicles (“RVs”) and related services and products, today reported results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2020.

Marcus Lemonis, Chairman and CEO of Camping World Holdings, Inc. stated, “I am extremely proud of the way our team has evolved their processes to changing business conditions. Over the past 24 months, we have made significant investments and enhancements in our digital capabilities, which has allowed us to quickly pivot and handle the surge in web traffic, call center volume and lead volume that

Row over 2020 court vacation

The Judiciary’a decision to proceed on its annual two-month vacation, despite the disruption of normal court calendar this year by the Coronavirus pandemic, has sparked a debate in legal circles, write ERIC IKHILAE.

FORMER Imo State Government Ikedi Ohakim is among many individuals on trial before the Federal High Court in Abuja. Ohakim is charged withe money laundering offences. He was first arraigned on July 8, 2015 on a three count charge, to which he pleaded not guilty.

The ex-governor is accused by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) of purchasing a property known as  No: 60, Kwame

Australia Tourism Reels as Leaders Bicker Over Closed Borders

People surf at the Gold Coast town of Coolangatta near the Queensland, New South Wales border, March 2020.

Photographer: Chris Hyde/Getty Images

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In Australia’s tropical north, Kate Agrums was hopeful her river-cruise business would get an influx of tourists eager to spot crocodiles when the coronavirus lockdown began easing earlier this month.

But instead of preparing to welcome holidaymakers who typically escape to Queensland from the cooler south at this time