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At least a dozen seriously injured in boating accident on popular Kimberley tour

Passengers visiting one of Western Australia’s most popular attractions in a tour boat ran into strife on Friday, with injuries ranging from broken bones to head injuries and psychological trauma.

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Aviation

Qantas cuts capacity, hints at fare rise in response to fuel prices

Has the prospect of spending $2.50 a litre on petrol this week got you in hysterics? Qantas can relate.

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Destinations

Tick off your bucket list with a trip to Western Australia

by Sponsored by Tourism Western Australia

Western Australia is welcoming visitors back, and there’s never been a better time to book a bucket-list adventure in WA.

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News

Man gets 90 COVID jabs in bid to sell forged vaccination certificates

Is getting vaccinated 90 times a crime or a superhero origin story? Be sure to watch this space if you’re keen to find out.

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Aviation

Air Canada brings back more Aussie services

The Canadian carrier is giving Aussie travellers more connections to North America, but all we really want is more airline ads featuring Sandra Oh.

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Aviation

Scoot gives Aussies more options with extended Vaccinated Travel Lane

Singapore is back open to Aussie tourists from all over our country and if that doesn’t have you excited then what will?

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Hotels

News

Western Australia announce border re-open date

WA is open and the nation is one yet again! Let’s just hope there isn’t a repeat of last time.

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News

Crown accepts $8.9 billion takeover offer from Blackstone

The agreement will net James Packer a $3.26 billion payday and end his rule over the Australian casino industry.

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Destinations

Tourism Minister announces Australia’s top 20 beaches

Tourism Australia has teamed up with a “beach expert” to rank this year’s best Aussie beaches and we don’t know what a “beach expert” is, but we assume it involves a portable sunbathing chair and beach umbrella.

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Aviation

Qantas group cuts capacity after WA delays border reopening indefinitely

Aussie airlines are having to continuously lower expectations, announcing more cuts than a post-lockdown hair salon.

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Tourism

WA border to open 5 February as premier McGowan announces vaccine milestone

For the first time in almost two years, West Australia will reopen its border to the rest of the world on the 5th of February.

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Hotels

Marriott to take Courtyard brand out west

While WA is still not all that welcoming to international arrivals, at least the state is receptive to new hotels.

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