Jetstar has cancelled flights across its domestic network as more than 250 workers at airports nationwide walk off the job.
Staff writer and AAP
River cruising the Seine from Paris is an excellent four-night addition to a visit to the French capital, as MICHAEL FERRANTE finds
The ‘Queen of Welsh resorts’ long reins, writes STEVE McKENNA
STEVE McKENNA discovers a fanciful village that looks like it belongs in Italy
Historic York turns down the heat for WILL YEOMAN’S artistic collaboration
Take time to savour India’s rich culture and beauty, says STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Whether you’re cruising its canals, on foot or on a bike, Amsterdam always enchants, writes STEVE McKENNA
In part four of six, Australia’s most experienced travel editor STEPHEN SCOURFIELD identifies and explains more of the big travel trends for 2020
Scott Morrison staged a personal intervention to ensure the first flight of Australians could be airlifted out of Wuhan in a hand-signed letter to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
Lanai Scarr & Sarah Ison
MOGENS JOHANSEN gets absorbed in nature, following Asian practices for a thoroughly cleansing experience
Australian family evacuated from coronavirus-plagued Wuhan has chartered a private jet to fly home in from Christmas Island after their two-week quarantine.
Three Wyndham residents have appeared in an East Kimberley court charged with offences related to drugs and weapons after police raided their famous crocodile pie cafe.
Elise Van Aken
SIMON COLLINS takes a hike and enjoys a very special peak experience
On a cruise-ship stop, STEVE McKENNA enjoys a charming coastal escape from Copenhagen
Perth’s reputation on the world stage has received a shot in the arm, with the hotel becoming the first WA hotel to receive top honours in an international travel guide.
THERE will be fewer direct flights to and from Darwin on Jetstar and Qantas from next month
GARY SHIPWAY, Exclusive
WA passengers on-board cruise ships nowhere near Asia are being trapped at sea because of global panic over the spread of the coronavirus.
While terminal upgrades affect a planned 2020 trial service, conversations between Broome International Airport and SilkAir remain positive.
Carly Laden and Jakeb Waddell
STEVE McKENNA discovers endless possibilities in London’s King’s Cross
With Brexit done, we return to London, capital of Great Britain, an island nation, going it alone. And RONAN O’CONNELL reckons we can explore without spending too much money.
A Cancer Council WA study on fast food advertising around WA student transport hubs has revealed children in lower-socio economic status schools face a higher volume of unhealthy ads.
THE Territory Government has rolled out a $2 million tourism relief plan to support businesses struggling to cope with low visitor numbers due to the coronavirus outbreak and Australian bushfires
Boutique ship has the right blend of comfort and casual, writes MICHAEL FERRANTE
An internationally renowned Chinese harp group has had to cancel their Perth performance — because they can’t get into the country.
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