The director of medical services at the Howard Springs quarantine facility says changes are being made at the site to set the bar for health and safety standards even higher.
The first Australian repatriation flight from India since they were banned by Prime Minister Scott Morrison touched down in Darwin on Saturday morning.
More half-price flights could be on the cards, including to Darwin, as the government looks to reignite domestic travel, the deputy prime minister has hinted.
The NT Environment Department will introduce new fees and an online booking system for multi-day hikes in Territory parks from October.
WILL YEOMAN goes to Paris and Boston via Melbourne through the National Gallery of Victoria’s exhibition, French Impressionism
It’s easy to get out and explore the Gascoyne’s gorges and massive Mt Augustus, explains STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
WILL YEOMAN has great company by Rocky Pool billabong, east of Carnarvon
An historic estate near Manchester has been revived, reveals STEVE McKENNA
MOGENS JOHANSEN deciphers the mumbo jumbo without any of the monkey business
Dozens of Australians due to fly home from India today were told they cannot board their flight after 48 passengers tested positive for COVID. The news comes as the first repatriation flight from India in weeks is set to return to Darwin tomorrow morning.
Rolls-Royce has started building the world’s largest aero-engine and is back in talks with Boeing for its proposed new mid-market aircraft, the 797.
More half-price flights could be on the cards as the government looks to reignite domestic travel, the deputy prime minister has hinted. So will WA be snubbed again?
WILL YEOMAN reviews the latest travel books and finds something for everyone
The airline is scaling back its global travel ambitions in the wake of this week’s Federal Budget forecasts that outlined new predictions of low international arrivals until at least mid-2022.
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD leads a Travel Club Tour to an archipelago where the waters are rich in sea life and ripe for fishing, snorkelling and exploring
Square will turn over a new leaf, writes RONAN O’CONNELL
Amsterdam’s parklife is worth savouring, writes STEVE McKENNA
Join STEPHEN SCOURFIELD for a once-in-a-lifetime tour to the Northern Territory
West Travel Club members capture the essence of Claisebrook Cove
GEOFFREY THOMAS has a narrow escape at US customs
The aviation and tourism sectors, which have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, will receive a $1.2 billion support package.
Follow in Amelie’s footsteps and fall head over heels with the French capital, writes STEVE McKENNA
From Boston to the Kimberley, there’s plenty to talk about on the latest episode of The West Australian’s dedicated travel podcast
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD saddles up in Katherine where a love for horses and country music are a real family affair
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