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Australia’s Best Jobs in the World finalists announced

Australia’s Best Jobs in the World finalists announced Ree Saunders
3 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

23 Brits are among the 150 finalists selected from all over the world that are taking part in the second round of Tourism Australia’s Best Jobs in the World campaign. The finalists beat a total of 600,000 people to make it to this stage and have all been invited to ...

New York hotel opens Great Gatsby suite

Great Gatsby Marisa Thomas
3 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

The Plaza hotel in New York City has unveiled its new Fitzgerald suite to mark the release of the upcoming film The Great Gatsby. The suite, named after The Great Gatsby’s author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a tribute to the writer’s legacy as well as a celebration of the highly ...

Bono’s Australian holiday home sells for £35.6 million

Bono Marisa Thomas
3 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

A mansion in Sydney, which was once the holiday home of U2 front man Bono, has been sold for a record breaking A$54 million (£35.6 million). The luxurious eight-bedroom house was sold to a Chinese-born businessman earlier this week. The property, which has been on the market for six years, was ...

Tips For Travelling Mums To Be

Clemmie
2 May, 2013 by Clemmie

With ‘babymoons’ on the rise and a whole host of glamorous, jet-setting celebrities including royalty expecting babies imminently, holidaying when you’re pregnant seems to be an inevitable, rite of passage for pregnant women. And with smelly nappies and sleepless nights on the horizon, it seems a sensible decision to seize ...

New Grand Prix track route approved in Thailand

Ree Saunders
2 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Thailand could soon become the latest South-East Asian country to host a Formula 1 event following a proposed street circuit in Bangkok being approved by the Government of Thailand. The new route would become the third Formula 1 venue in South-East Asia, after flights to Singapore and Malaysia received a ...

Qatar Airways’ Dreamliner returns to the skies

Ree Saunders
2 May, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Qatar Airways’ fleet of five Boeing 787 Dreamliners has resumed service after a worldwide grounding of the aircraft at the beginning of the year. The aircraft were grounded in January following a directive from the Federal Aviation Administration and Qatar’s Civil Aviation Authority. Chief executive officer of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al ...

Vivienne Westwood to design new Virgin uniforms

Vivienne Westwood Marisa Thomas
2 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

British designer Vivienne Westwood has announced she will be redesigning Virgin Atlantic’s staff uniforms. The eccentric designer plans to turn the airline's signature red uniforms into the most “glamorous in the sky.”Virgin Atlantic has announced that it will enter a long-term partnership with Westwood, which will see its uniforms be ...

Tourism Australia teams up with top wineries

Marisa Thomas
1 May, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Tourism Australia has unveiled a new tourism initiative which aims to raise the country’s profile as one of the leading wine tourism destinations. The tourism board has teamed up with some of Australia’s top wineries in order to raise awareness of the country’s wine industry.  Tourism Australia announced the Ultimate ...

Star Wars, Jeeps and beaches: Tunisia targets European travellers

Star Wars set Jan Moys
1 May, 2013 by Jan Moys

Tunisia is looking to increase its appeal as a holiday destination among Europeans with a new campaign promoting the country's historic sites and beach resorts. The new campaign by the Tunisian National Tourism Office (TNTO) aims to educate travellers around Europe about the benefits of visiting the North African country. Highlights ...

Gay-friendly travel hotspots for 2013

Pride Kathy McLeman
29 April, 2013 by Kathy McLeman

From Paris to Palm Springs, there are plenty of wonderfully laid back, cool and gay friendly holiday destinations for LGBT travellers wanting to feel comfortable and party with like-minded holiday-makers and locals. Generally, cities are a good choice for gay travellers, especially American cities, with places such as Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, Fort Lauderdale ...

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