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A crush on Croatia

We have been wowed before. Rome’s Colosseum, France’s spectacular Palace of Versailles, the canals and narrow streets of Venice. So how would a seven day...

Transport policy callout

Brimbank council is aiming to make travel easier for disadvantaged residents, with a draft transport disadvantage policy put out for community consultation. The policy is...

Aspen: not just a winter playground for the jet set

It was a slow start to the Aspen snow season last year. Less than two weeks...

Tokyo, jam-packed city of delights

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Tokyo in the winter is just as pretty

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New York: Bite hard, the Big Apple’s juicy …

It’s the city that never sleeps, and for good reason. New York City is a non-stop hive of entertainment, with attractions galore for both day...

One night in Saigon

With Vietnam becoming a resort holiday choice to rival Thailand, many travellers are using Ho Chi Minh City as a stopover rather than as...

Cast away your troubles in Fiji

Men as loud as their shirts, children unshackling themselves from screens, flight attendants sneakily doling out an extra bottle of wine – there’s a...

Kia ora Kaikoura

There’s something special about arriving somewhere at night only for it’s full beauty to be revealed at sunrise. From our cliff-top balcony looking over Kaikoura,...

Coogee: Sun and sand in suburbia

The crowd parts on the promenade revealing three samba dancers wearing little more than feathers, sequinned fabric swatches and tans. Under sunny skies onlookers move...

Port Fairy is the great weekender

Rich in history and natural beauty, Port Fairy has always been a popular destination for Victorians seeking a weekend getaway or a couple of...

Tasmania’s Huon food trail

Joe Davey took a Honda HRV across Bass Straight to experience the Tasmania's newly invigorated cultural and food scenes.   “I like to think of Tasmania...

The timeless, tasty allure of Hoi An

You’ll seldom hear a bad word said about Hoi An, which is often the highlight of Vietnam holidays be they of backpackers, families or...

Lap of luxury in lovely Daylesford

Charlene Macaulay spend an indulgent weekend in Daylesford and couldn't beleive she was just an hour away from home. When booking a weekend away, three...

Old world charm still abounds in Singapore

Singapore is famous as a high-end stopover, but there’s still plenty of old-world Asia to see, writes David Bonnici One thing you often hear about...

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Teen dies after Ravenhall crash

A St Albans boy has died in hospital following a car crash in Ravenhall on Saturday. The 17-year-old, the driver of the car, died in...