Nail-biting images emerge of youths taking selfies on Sydney hotel ledge
Bloody kids these days and their death-defying selfies. Back in our day, the cameras were so big that we’d be lucky to get one up a staircase, let alone onto the ledge of a building.
Life in the time of COVID-19 with TravelManagers’ Sandra Leslie
This week, we had a yarn with a member of TravelManagers’ national partnership office over ginger prawns while she played us her favourite Eminem songs.
Sydney’s first six-star hotel draws back the curtains
After four years of construction, “Packer’s Pecker” (aka Crown Sydney) is finally open for Sydneysiders and travellers to enjoy.
Northern Beaches COVID-19 outbreak prompts states and territories to tighten border restrictions
A COVID-19 outbreak on Sydney’s Northern Beaches that is quickly getting out of control has kicked states and territories into action to prevent the virus from spreading outside NSW.
Star Entertainment Group finally gets approval for six-star Sydney hotel
by Huntley Mitchell
The group has proven that persistence pays off, with its revised plan for a six-star hotel in Pyrmont getting the green light from the NSW government.
International travellers dodge hotel quarantine and catch flight to Melbourne
An investigation has been launched into how two people arrived in Sydney from overseas and managed to board a domestic flight instead of entering the mandatory 14-day quarantine.
Qantas adds three new routes to connect Tassie to the mainland
While sourcing the image for this article, Travel Weekly’s deputy editor found out the hard way that there is more than one interpretation of “map of Tassie”. We advise against Googling it.
Rex shows off new aircraft livery, as Sydney-Melbourne flights go on sale
The airline’s capital city assault is gathering steam, with some fresh aircraft decals and cheap fares set to send a shiver down the spines of Qantas and Virgin execs.
United Airlines increases non-stop service between Sydney and LA
Oddly enough, the US carrier seems to be experiencing increased demand for flights to LA, despite there being an overseas travel ban in place.
Sydney turns Harbour Bridge into a birthday cake to celebrate Qantas’ centenary
Here’s a recap of how Sydney helped celebrate Qantas turning 100 years old. And, we can confirm that Alan Joyce is nursing a very dead arm from all the birthday punches.
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