Travel agent causes a stir with cheeky Facebook post
An Aussie travel agent caught a couple of trolls off guard with this very important PSA.
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Facebook removes French town’s page, confusing it for an English swearword
Facebook has been left red-faced after making social media management a bitch for the town of Bitche by removing its page.
Intrepid co-founder backs the Pinterest of travel apps
The social media platform claims to be the first to let users share travel-specific content to create real-world itineraries.
Solomon Islands’ tourism board urges government to reconsider planned Facebook ban
The destination’s government ministers appear to have rocks in their heads, judging by this ridiculous plan.
Local travel agency loses defamation case over comment in Facebook group
A Sydney-based agency has been forced to pay legal costs after losing a court case against a woman who made negative comments about it in a Facebook group.
“Must be having a laugh!”: STA Travel’s social media screw-up
We don’t want to jump the gun on this one, but we reckon this is the most unfortunate social media blunder since Donald Trump’s infamous “covfefe” tweet.
Darwin ‘travel bubble’ post ignites golden roast battle between ABC’s Facebook pages
by Christian Fleetwood
Was it ever meant to be taken seriously? We’ll never know, but this travel bubble post has given us the best Facebook beef we’ve seen in years.
Air New Zealand expertly trolls ignorant customer on Facebook
We are pretty sure Air New Zealand just won troll of the year. Click here if you like watching racists getting taken down in the comment section.
Airbnb, Vrbo hosts in hot water for naming and shaming guests on Facebook
Hosts of short-term rental properties have been sharing images of guests along with their names and personal information online, with some making racist comments and revealing guests’ sexual orientations.
Aussies urged not to travel to Lombok as quake death toll hits 347
Tourists are continuing to flee Lombok as DFAT urges Aussies to reconsider their plans to travel to the Indonesian Island.
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