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Fri 30 Nov 2018

Community jumps on board rally in hopes of returning rail

Community jumps on board rally in hopes of returning rail

"We'd like to see both the rail trail and the train together.”

‘Shark’ scares, stingers, good times

‘Shark’ scares, stingers, good times

Bryan Box has been part of Bribie Island Surf Lifesaving Club since he was five. He tells us why Woorim is such a great beach for families as summer arrives.

Horror footage of shark attack captured

Horror footage of shark attack captured

IT SHOULD have been a relaxing fishing holiday in the Bahamas for the group of close mates and they wanted to capture every moment.

Thu 29 Nov 2018

“An essence of something magic”

“An essence of something magic”

This 100-year-old weatherboard cottage, which once belonged to retail giant Dick Smith, has been lovingly restored by the owner.

Qantas dumps confusing ticket rule

Qantas dumps confusing ticket rule

One little clause in the fine print has been dividing travellers. Now the airline has changed its rule — but the jury’s still out on the right thing to do.

Wed 28 Nov 2018

‘Near death’ hang gliding ordeal caught on film

‘Near death’ hang gliding ordeal caught on film

This is the terrifying moment a hang-glider desperately clings on for life after the pilot forgot to attach him to the craft. WATCH THE VIDEO

Upset over ‘ridiculous’ park rules

Upset over ‘ridiculous’ park rules

Visitors to one Aussie park have to follow a series of old-fashioned rules if they want to enjoy the area, including a ban on sports and orange peels.

Tue 27 Nov 2018

Vanuatu hideaway delivers the luxe

Vanuatu hideaway delivers the luxe

Move over Fiji, Aussies are looking to this South Pacific destination for it's crystal clear waters and five-star hospitality

Stranded couple’s huge booking mistake

Stranded couple’s huge booking mistake

AN ELDERLY couple were suddenly kicked off a cruise ship just days into their journey and left stranded in South Korea. This is why it had to happen.

Model’s ‘one in 100,000’ Bali nightmare

Model’s ‘one in 100,000’ Bali nightmare

Emily Gurr is a huge fan of Bali. That’s despite her being rescued from the holiday island after things went wrong — not once, but twice.

How Qantas’ luggage-blitz will stop delays

How Qantas’ luggage-blitz will stop delays

QANTAS is cracking down on sneaky passengers overloading their carry-on baggage with a new push to police weight limits at the gate, The Daily Telegraph can...

The A-list star who flies economy

The A-list star who flies economy

Forget the free champagne and luxurious first-class seats. When it comes to flying, you will find this actress with the rest of us in cattle class.

Mon 26 Nov 2018

Sydney’s new walk to be world’s best

Sydney’s new walk to be world’s best

GRAB your mates: An epic walking track linking of our two best beaches and some of Australia’s iconic spots looks set to become reality.

Sun 25 Nov 2018

Splendour relived one of the great thrills of travellers

Splendour relived one of the great thrills of travellers

Spotting your favourite destinations on TV creates excitement and spurs pleasant memories of where you've 'bean'.

Fri 23 Nov 2018

New Outback Spectacular show to tug at Aussies' hearts

New Outback Spectacular show to tug at Aussies' hearts

Village Roadshow has announced a new multimillion-dollar production based on struggling farmers during the drought — and it’s a tear-jerker.

Black Friday: Incredible $233 Qantas flight

Black Friday: Incredible $233 Qantas flight

Travel companies are slashing prices on flights, cruises, tours and hotels. Check out the deals making today one of the best ever to book a holiday.

Chilling final words of man slain by tribe

Chilling final words of man slain by tribe

A young missionary wrote a chilling note, just hours before a mysterious tribe, cut off from the outside world, killed him in a hail of arrows.

Stanthorpe pair fined $23,000 for fire safety breach

Stanthorpe pair fined $23,000 for fire safety breach

The Stanthorpe residents failed to install suitable safety measures to account for the number of people living at their properties.

Airport ‘chaos’ as wild wind delays flights

Airport ‘chaos’ as wild wind delays flights

Passengers are being warned of delays in and out of Sydney as the city continues to be lashed by strong winds.

The mysterious tribes clinging to their ancient ways

The mysterious tribes clinging to their ancient ways

For thousands of years, these tribes have lived bountiful lives on their remote islands and highland valleys. But genocide has decimated their numbers.

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