Destinations

Caribbean islands to adopt new time zone

by AP

The Turks & Caicos Islands is switching to a new time zone, citing potential benefits to its tourism-dependent economy. Employment […]

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Aviation

United Airlines Upgrades Lounges

by Zoe Samios

United Airlines has announced it will upgrade its United Clubs with a new menu, renovations and club openings.

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Aviation

Nepal flights grounded for 2nd day

by DPA

All international flights to and from Nepal’s only international airport remain suspended, as a hobbled Turkish Airlines plane awaits removal […]

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Technology

Travelport unveils airport express solution

by Zoe Samios

Travelport has released an industry-leading solution for airport express services.

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Destinations

Skiers in Italian cable car drama

by AFP

Around 200 holiday skiers in the Italian Dolomites have been winched to safety after getting stranded in cable car cabins […]

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Aviation

South African Airways in fare bungle

by AP

If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.

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Hotels

Cape Town hotel to rebuild after tragedy

Turning devastation into recreation, Tintswalo Atlantic rebuilds after fire.

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Aviation

Plane skids off NY airport runway in snow

by AFP

An airliner has skidded off a runway at New York’s La Guardia airport as a snow storm batters the US.

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Travel Agents

Out and About with Sue Bohme

Ahead of the exciting Mardi Gras celebrations tomorrow, we took some time to chat with Sue Bohme, manager of gay travel agency, Out and About Travel.

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Hotels

Hotel Review: Shangri La Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa

by Kate Webster

If you want to see the best sunset over the ocean that Sabah can offer, then you need to stay at the Shangri La Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa.

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Cruise

Agents, it’s time to have your say

by Daisy Melwani

Carnival ceo wants travel agents to become new advocates to facilitate cruise infrastructure investment.

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Aviation

Changi airport to add huge new terminal

by DPA

Changi Airport’s new passenger terminal is set to be bigger than all its first three terminals combined.

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Caribbean islands to adopt new time zone

The Turks & Caicos Islands is switching to a new time zone, citing potential benefits to its tourism-dependent economy. Employment […]

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Skiers in Italian cable car drama

Around 200 holiday skiers in the Italian Dolomites have been winched to safety after getting stranded in cable car cabins […]

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Family holidays: winners and losers revealed

Where are Aussie families likely to go on holiday this year? Roy Morgan Research reveals the top 10 destinations.

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Poop problem on Everest

Human waste left by climbers scaling Mount Everest is threatening to spread disease on the world’s highest peak.

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Feng Shui in Hong Kong

A city official spending just shy of $10 million on feng shui? Apparently it’s kind of a big deal.

Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe

06/03/2015 | Perth

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Barossa Vintage Festival

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Visit Bhutan 2015 Roadshows

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