Carnival continues P&O clean-up

Hadley, Melissa
January 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;1/26/2007, Issue 34, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the first meeting of the Passenger Welfare Advisory Council of Carnival Cruise Lines in February 2007, following the appointment of Katie Lahey as chair. The council would act as a contributor to the response of Carnival's P&O brand to the publicized inquest into the death of passenger Dianne Brimble. Lahey gave the assurance that the circumstances of Brimble's tragic death will not be repeated. A brief career background of Lahey is presented.


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