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1. Radisson Resort Fiji supporting Earth Hour
Radisson Resort Fiji supporting Earth Hour. The Radisson Resort Fiji is putting its support behind Earth Hour; a worldwide event in which people around the world are encouraged to switch off their lights for one hour from 8pm on Saturday 29 March, 2008. Guests, residents and visitors to the resort will be invited to take part in an array of Earth Hour initiatives planned for the ev
2. Virgin Blue Charity Hangar Ball to Switch Off for Earth Hour
Virgin Blue Charity Hangar Ball to Switch Off for Earth Hour. Virgin Blue has accepted the Saturday 29 March global Earth Hour challenge, by pledging to shut off the lights at its massive Charity Hangar Ball to be hosted by Sir Richard Branson, Queensland Premier, The Hon Anna Bligh, and Virgin Blue co-founder and CEO, Brett Godfrey, the same evening.
3. Suntec Singaporeís Iconic Landmarks to Support Earth Hour
Suntec Singaporeís Iconic Landmarks to Support Earth Hour. On 29 March, from 8pm to 9pm, Suntec Singaporeís multi-coloured lights that illuminate nightly from its iconic sails on the roof of the convention centre will be switched off. Column lights in multiple combinations along the driveway of the convention centre and lights for the lobby's cascading water feature, another signat
4. Lights Out for Fairmont Hotels
Lights Out for Fairmont Hotels. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has confirmed its participation in Earth Hour 2009, a global environmental awareness event organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
5. Travel News Archives from 21 March 2008 to 2 April 2008X
All the travel news articles featured between 21 March 2008 to 2 April 2008. All our travel news articles are archived for easy reference from year 2000.
6. M&C Hotels to Cut Annual Energy Use by 10%
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels (M&C) has rolled out a large energy savings project, and a group of its Singapore and Asian hotels are already on their way to achieving its monthly target to cut energy consumption by 1.2 million kilowatt per hour (kWh), or 10% of its current energy consumption. These savings will be equivalent to the monthly energy consumption of over 2,350 three-bed
7. Skal International India to join Skalís Asian Area
Skal International India to join Skalís Asian Area. The Skal Asian Area, part of Skal International, has a footprint that stretches from Mauritius through the Middle East, India, SE Asia, the Philippines, Japan and the Pacific Rim.
8. Over 750 Delegates expected at Next Week's Travel Distribution Summit Asia in Singapore
Over 750 Delegates expected at Next Week's Travel Distribution Summit Asia in Singapore. The Travel Distribution Summit Asia event is part of EyeforTravel's distribution series, which spans across North America and Europe as well. Nearly doubling in size over the past 2 years Ė and with over 750 attendees for 2008 Ė TDS Asia represents the importance, opportunity and technicality o

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