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Tue 21 May 2019

Fury over airline’s drinks menu change

Fury over airline’s drinks menu change

PASSENGERS are “devastated” and have vowed never to fly with a US airline again after it made a controversial change to its soft drink options.

How Winton has become the Outback Hollywood

How Winton has become the Outback Hollywood

WINTON in western Queensland, population 875 at the last Census, might seem a unlikely place for an international film festival.

Mon 20 May 2019

Five dead after plane crashes into sea

Five dead after plane crashes into sea

Five tourists have been killed after a small plane crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff from a popular island location.

Man snatches croc from river with bare hands

Man snatches croc from river with bare hands

A bloke who grabbed a 1.5m freshwater crocodile with his bare hands said he wanted to see if the old mob’s hunting skills were still there. WATCH THE VIDEO

Sat 18 May 2019

‘Absurd’: Fury over outrageous bill

‘Absurd’: Fury over outrageous bill

A restaurant in Rome has been slammed for charging tourists $132 for a couple of burgers and coffee — and the outrage was so huge, TripAdvisor stepped in.

Insane $1200 charge at Bali beach

Insane $1200 charge at Bali beach

A new beach club on the holiday island will charge a massive fee to sit by the beach. Here’s why you might be willing to pay it.

Fri 17 May 2019

Aussies scramble for $15 Hawaii flights

Aussies scramble for $15 Hawaii flights

If there’s one thing Australians love more than a cheap flight, it’s a cheap flight to Hawaii. So when a fare this good comes along, you’ve got to pounce.

The airline fee you’ll want to pay

The airline fee you’ll want to pay

Extra-expensive fares are usually something to avoid, but one airline’s new fare guarantees a much more pleasant flying experience.

What’s really going on in ‘dangerous’ photo

What’s really going on in ‘dangerous’ photo

This couple were slammed by thousands for this romantic snap. Now they’ve finally come forward and answered their critics.

Wed 15 May 2019

Australian dead after cruise ship disaster

Australian dead after cruise ship disaster

An Australian cruise ship passenger is one of four people who died after two sightseeing seaplanes collided mid-air.

Tue 14 May 2019

Mid-air trouble strikes Qantas flight

Mid-air trouble strikes Qantas flight

A Qantas pilot has issued an urgency signal related to an electrical fault while flying passengers from Bali to Sydney.

Huawei P30 Pro super zoom camera put to test

Huawei P30 Pro super zoom camera put to test

SHOOTING in the dark on a night out with the boys fishing, you get to really appreciate the magic of the Huawei P30 Pro quad camera system.

Mon 13 May 2019

Samsung electric playground to light up Vivid festival

Samsung electric playground to light up Vivid festival

SAMSUNG has unveiled plans for an Electric Playground featuring a sky walk, illuminated infinity slide and more than 320 dynamic light poles.

Aussie falls to her death in Japan

Aussie falls to her death in Japan

An Australian woman has plunged some 40m to her death while hiking the sacred Kumano Kodo trails in Japan.

Sun 12 May 2019

What happens when you flush on a cruise

What happens when you flush on a cruise

Every year, tens of millions of people around the world jump on a cruise ship. Here’s what happens to all that processed food once you hit flush.

Sat 11 May 2019

Bite kills woman who rescued puppy

Bite kills woman who rescued puppy

A YOUNG woman has shockingly died after she rescued a stray puppy while on holidays in the Philippines.

Fri 10 May 2019

Aussie airline amongst world's best

Aussie airline amongst world's best

A new study ranking 72 of the best and worst airlines has been released, with one Australian brand cracking the top five globally.

Thu 9 May 2019

Insane job that will pay $1800 a week

Insane job that will pay $1800 a week

It’s been dubbed one of the “best jobs in the world”. To sail around the world and be paid for it. So how can you get the gig?

Qantas won’t stop speaking up

Qantas won’t stop speaking up

Qantas chief Alan Joyce has vowed the airline will continue to campaign on social issues, saying its stance has been vindicated by strong public support.

Couple kicked off plane for ignoring brief

Couple kicked off plane for ignoring brief

A couple, who put their fingers in their ears as a flight attendant begged them to listen to her safety briefing, were kicked back to the airport.

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