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Winners of Australia’s ‘Best Jobs’ announced

Ree Saunders
21 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The winners of Australia's Best Jobs in the World competition have been announced today in Sydney.  The winners ousted over 600,000 other hopefuls to win the ‘dream roles’, as well as a AUS$100,000 salary package. British singer/songwriter and self confessed food addict, Rich Keam won the role of taste master today, ...

Parisians given tips on being more polite

Paris gargoyle Ree Saunders
20 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Paris is seen by some as a travel destination where a warm welcome can't always be guaranteed, but this may be set to change after the city's tourist board launched a new guide for Parisians on how best to treat tourists. The leaflet Do You Speak Touriste? is aimed at Parisians ...

Mother Nature's must-see masterpieces

Ree Saunders
20 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The world we live in today is full of so many great man-made sites it is easy for us to forget that the world didn’t start off this way. We often go about our day-to-day lives completely ignoring the natural beauty around us, but there are some natural places on ...

Tallest wooden skyscraper plans unveiled in Stockholm

Victoria Hampton
19 June, 2013 by Victoria Hampton

Scandinavian architecture firm C.F Moller has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest wooden skyscraper in Stockholm. If the plans are accepted, the new wooden structure would be 34 storeys tall, making in the largest wooden building in the world. The plans are one of three shortlisted proposals in a housing ...

Hopes for Iran’s new president to help rebuild tourism

Jan Moys
19 June, 2013 by Jan Moys

British travel companies have said that the election of Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, should lead to a surge in tourism to the country. The Foreign Office has also lifted its ban on travel to the country, which is hoped to encourage more travel to Iran. President Rouhani has stated that ...

Foreign Office warns of violence in Brazil

Drew Hendricks
19 June, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

The Foreign Office has updated its travel advice for Brits planning to visit Brazil, following violent protests in Sao Paulo yesterday. The Foreign Office has urged Brits flying to Brazil to avoid all protests and demonstrations and to monitor local media in the country. It has also advised that those planning ...

The sexiest beaches on earth

Beach girl Ree Saunders
18 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Summer is well and truly here and the arrival of everyone’s favourite season means we’re all in the mood to dust off our swimsuits and head to the beach. However, one problem we all encounter at the beach is the sight of burnt Brits and unforgiving Speedos that leaves us ...

‘Cronut’ craze hits the streets of New York

Ree Saunders
18 June, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Foodies in New York are going the extra mile in order to sample the latest food craze to hit the city – ‘cronuts.’ Those on holiday in New York are sure to be seduced by the new food too, as sales of the croissant-doughnut hybrid soar across the state.   One ...

Forest fire smog hits Malaysia and Singapore

Marisa Thomas
18 June, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Thick smoke has covered parts of Singapore and Malaysia after a series of illegal forest fires in Indonesia. Officials in both countries have advised residents and those on holiday in Malaysia and Singapore to stay indoors as the smog is expected to reach “unhealthy” levels over the weekend. Air pollution in ...

Tourists to flock to France for WWI centenary

Marisa Thomas
17 June, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

France is expecting to welcome thousands of tourists to the country over the next four years, as it prepares to mark the 100th anniversary of the first battles of World War I.  Events marking the battles, which lasted from 1914 to 1918, will take place up and down the country ...

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