Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H New statistics showing regional travel trends in New South Wales (NSW) should be used by tourism operators in the state’s outback to help develop their businesses.According to ABC News, the statistics revealed in the Federal Government’s Regional Tourism Profiles 2009/2010 show where and why people in Australia are travelling. Outback Regional Tourism Organisation chief executive, Lori Modde, says that whilst most visitors to the region come from within NSW, “there’s definite potential interstate” that can be capitalised on, the ABC reported.“There is that potential from South Australia and Victoria, where we’ve got obviously great access to those states from our southern roads and also our western roads, we’ve also got great inland routes into Queensland from Lightening (sic) Ridge,” Ms Modde said. “Broken Hill is a place where people say we’re going to do that while in Outback NSW.”Additionally, NSW can look forward to more overseas visitors as “the international market is on the increase”, Ms Modde said.
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling GLENDALE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals rookie safety Zeke Turner began picking up linebacker duties early in training camp.Taking on a new role remains a work-in-progress for the undrafted product out of Washington, but now it’s a matter of whether Turner did enough in camp and through four preseason games to show that he’s worth further investment.He couldn’t have done much more Thursday in a 21-10 preseason finale loss to the Denver Broncos. Turner led Arizona with 11 tackles, a sack and two quarterback hits. “I just try to be that Swiss Army Knife,” the newly-minted linebacker said Thursday.“Left it all out there on the field so just got to leave it in God’s hands and go from there.”Related LinksCards’ Glennon completes 80 percent of passes for second game in a rowWRs Sherfield, Little leave it on the line in Cardinals preseason finaleWith preseason wrapped, Cards’ Wilks feels team identity has been ‘solidified’A running thread of the Cardinals’ wide receiver performances ThursdayA late hit penalty aside and some fixes to make on special teams, his night was plenty convincing that he deserves a spot on the 53-man roster.Especially if Arizona continues to value the hybrid position that it has made mainstream in the NFL.The 6-foot-2, 214-pound safety out of Washington profiled similarly to a former safety out of his rival school, Washington State product Deone Bucannon.The Cardinals drafted Bucannon in the first round of the 2014 drafted only to convert him into a $ linebacker. It was a progressive move in the NFL that’s been copied since.Now, Bucannon is the defensive signal-caller, having taken on more responsibilities after the departure of veteran Karlos Dansby this offseason.And behind Bucannon, the Cardinals appear willing to continue work-shopping similar positional changes for prospects they see in similar light.“He embraced it. He accepted the challenge and the change, and he performed well,” head coach Steve Wilks said Thursday. “Very physical, made a lot of tackles. Everything we saw coming out as a priority free agent.” 3 Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories This is a 2018 photo of Zeke Turner of the Arizona Cardinals NFL football team. This image reflects the Arizona Cardinals active roster as of Thursday, May 10, 2018 when this image was taken. (AP Photo) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires – / 17