Christmas Island Data

Tourism
Using Google's technology, virtual visitors will now be able to inspect many areas of the island, taking a look around picturesque Dolly Beach, and watching the red crabs crawling on to the island's Ethel Beach ramp, for example. The crabs, which can only be found on Christmas Island, emerge from the ...
After a challenging decade where its hosting of an Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) has been the focus of attention, Christmas Island's tourism ...
After a tumultuous decade of playing second fiddle to national politics, Christmas Island's tourism industry is looking to reboot following the wind down ...
Katherine Comparti, a general practitioner from the small town of Narrogin in Western Australia, was rescued during a week-long diving trip to the ...
A doctor on a solo visit to Christmas Island left her keys and phone in the car while she went off to explore a cave, thinking her visit would be brief.
A doctor on a solo visit to the Australian territory Christmas Island left her keys and phone in the car while she went off to explore a cave, thinking her ...
The Brit James Cook discovered the island on December 24, 1777 and called it Christmas Island. In the national language the word became Kiritimati, ...
Roughly 40 million of Christmas Island's famous red crabs have been wiped ... the organisation responsible for the national park on Christmas Island.
But Shire of Christmas Island CEO David Price said he did not see how the ... Christmas Island Tourism Association chairwoman Lisa Preston also ...
While the Shire of Christmas Island CEO has raised concerns that the medical ... Lisa Preston, chairwoman, Christmas Island Tourism Association
Tourism on Christmas Island is already being impacted, after the government's announcement the detention centre would be re-opened. The facility ...
Lisa Preston, chairwoman of the Christmas Island Tourism Association, said she could understand why the Federal Government wanted to deter ...
As a remote tropical outpost teeming with unique wildlife, Christmas Island shouldn't have any trouble attracting visitors. Yet after more than a decade ...
In an ABC interview, Shorten said about re-opening Christmas Island on .... and the Prime Minister are old colleagues from Tourism Australia days.
Scott Morrison will visit Christmas Island this week, promising an upgrade to services amid claims Australians will be “kicked off” waiting lists due to the ...
For all intents and purposes, the government is now in full campaign mode, although the May election won't be formally called until next month.
March 5, 2019. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaking to the media in Canberra responds to a question regarding the trip he is about to take to ...
Scott Morrison will announce during a trip to Christmas Island today that 57 men who are eligible for medical evacuation but still considered ...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is visiting Christmas Island where the government plans to bring sick asylum seekers, rather than mainland Australia.
Mr Morrison, who will visit the island on Wednesday, says it is "incredibly regrettable" that he has had to reopen the Christmas Island immigration ...
They might be receiving a visit from the Prime Minister today, but locals on Christmas Island say they are generally disillusioned about the way their ...
With a federal election looming, the campaign trail is beginning to heat up as politicians take their message to the electorate. But on Christmas Island, ...
Asylum seekers deemed 'high-risk' could still come to Australia under new medivac laws. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is visiting Christmas Island ...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says his trip to Christmas Island was necessary to show Australians that the re-opened detention centre was "up to the ...
Australians just paid about $2000 a minute for a press conference on Christmas Island that told them nothing new. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and ...
Mr Morrison also denied his high-profile visit to the island's detention camp – the ... "You know, a frolic to Christmas Island – what a waste of money.
Mr Morrison took media to Christmas Island to tour the detention centre he reopened in response to the new law, which will make refugees on Manus ...
"I don't think Christmas Island in the current state is equipped to be a ... landed on Christmas Island, becoming the first Australian Prime Minister to visit ...
A direct flight from Canberra to Christmas Island covers just over 5000km and you don't do it on a whim. ... Not everyone was impressed by the visit.
The prime minister led reporters on a tour of the Christmas Island facilities on Wednesday. When pressed about why he was on the remote island, with ...
The Prime Minister, who travelled to Christmas Island yesterday to tour the detention centre he reopened in response to the new medivac law, said ...
In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age during the first ever prime ministerial visit to Christmas Island, Mr Morrison said the ...
On Christmas Island, the question of who is responsible when problems ... But Lisa Preston, chair of the island's tourism association, said little ever ...
Scott Morrison will expand the healthcare operations at Christmas Island .... Christmas Island tropical tour a waste of taxpayer cash — David Crowe ...
The government spent $60,000 just on flights for a half-hour press conference on Christmas Island yesterday. The trip from Sydney to Broome, then ...
... see 57 refugees — including alleged murderers and paedophiles — sent to Christmas Island. Mr Shorten continued today to fight accusations Labor ...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaking with reporters at a shipyard in Perth about his trip to Christmas Island. "We've had to open Christmas Island on ...
The Prime Minister is sending a clear message to people smugglers following his visit to Christmas Island, Sky News commentator Jane Marwick says.
Secrecy shrouds Morrison's moves on Christmas Island ... press conference on Christmas Island (''Tropical tour a waste of taxpayer cash”, March 7).
... the latest national accounts figures; Bill Shorten's focus on slow wage growth; and Scott Morrison's visit to the detention facility on Christmas Island.
Why would he visit Christmas Island to give a 30-minute press conference and view the facilities? If he thinks spending $100,000 of taxpayers' money ...
Locals on Christmas Island say the re-opening of its detention centre could deliver a much-needed boost to the island's economy. The centre is poised ...
Christmas Islanders are unhappy with Scott Morrison's whirlwind media tour of their Indian Ocean home this week.
During the visit, Morrison rationalised the re-opening as the fault of the opposition. “As Prime Minister, I closed the Christmas Island detention centre ...
In March, the Prime Minister flew to Christmas Island to give media a tour of the facility with medical and security staff flown in in preparation for the ...
... centre brought to Christmas Island was too dependent on cyclical politics, and had severely damaged the island's potential as a tourism destination.
The federal government's decision to close the Christmas Island detention ... has been labelled a “cruel political stunt” by the national peak body for refugees. ... Mr Morrison decided Christmas Island would become a medical centre.
The Coalition is once again shrouding its activities on Christmas Island in secrecy. The budget papers confirm it's spending $185 million reopening the ...
Christmas Island: The $185 million 'unhinged stunt' ~ Executive editor ... and asylum seekers are in Morrisonland — a national security matter).