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Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: The problems of train travel from Sydney to Canberra

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Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: The problems of train travel from Sydney to Canberra


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Australian travellers hit with flight cancellations, delays as Auckland Airport runs low on fuel

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Australian travellers hit with flight cancellations, delays as Auckland Airport runs low on fuel


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Airlines asked to to carry enough fuel for return flights amid shortage at Auckland Airport

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Airlines asked to to carry enough fuel for return flights amid shortage at Auckland Airport


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Sydney Airport chaos continues after wild weather caused flight cancellations

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Sydney Airport chaos continues after wild weather caused flight cancellations


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An Australian airline is letting customers book flights now and pay later – so they can snap up the early bird fares

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An Australian airline is letting customers book flights now and pay later – so they can snap up the early bird fares


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Shark attack rescuers and collar bomb police honoured for bravery

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Shark attack rescuers and collar bomb police honoured for bravery


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Surfer mauled in Australia shark attack

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Surfer mauled in Australia shark attack


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  • Potential buyer found for iconic Belconnen Fresh Food Market site
    Potential buyer found for iconic Belconnen Fresh Food Market site

    , smh.com.au

    The iconic Belconnen Fresh Food Markets are off the market, with hopes the mixed retail and residential development will boost the local economy. The markets have been owned and operated by the Efkarpidis family for about 25 years and the potential buyer and developer was found after an eight week expression of interest campaign. The prospective buyer and sale price of the precinct can't be revealed until late October when the due diligence period ends
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Viagem

  • Rory McIlroy expects merger of PGA Tour and European Tour
    Rory McIlroy expects merger of PGA Tour and European Tour

    , smh.com.au

    PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: Four-times major winner Rory McIlroy believes the PGA Tour will eventually merge with the European Tour as it is "counter-productive" for them to compete against each other. The Northern Irishman said one way of achieving a unified circuit would be if the US-based circuit bought the European Tour and continued to run its events. "The World Tour, it's going to happen one day and I think it has to," McIlroy, who failed to qualify for this week's Tour Championship in Atlanta, told the "No Laying Up" golf podcast
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Wildlife

  • Tourists come face-to-face with massive 16ft-long crocodiles in terrifying Australian cage diving attraction
    Tourists come face-to-face with massive 16ft-long crocodiles in terrifying Australian cage diving attraction

    , thesun.co.uk

    HEART-STOPPING images capture tourists getting closeup and personal with a 16-foot-long Saltwater - separated only by a thin, clear cage wall. Inches away from the enormous predator, the tourists watched the huge crocodile swim around Australia's Cage of Death, in Crocosaurus Cove. Tourists are locked into the glass cage where they can see the huge reptile greedily snapping its jaws over meaty treats that are being dangled right in front of the cage
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    Tags: Wildlife |  Travel & Tourism |  Tourism |  Tourists |  Crocodiles |  Reptile Life | 
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Conservation

  • Search continues for two missing women in Kalbarri National Park
    Search continues for two missing women in Kalbarri National Park

    , smh.com.au

    A major search is continuing for two missing women who went hiking in Kalbarri National Park on Wednesday. The women, aged 26 and 40, went hiking to Nature's Window about 2pm and failed to return to the carpark. Police, together with Department of Parks and Wildlife staff and SES teams searched along the walk trails during Wednesday night but could not find them
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Food & Drinks

  • Potential buyer found for iconic Belconnen Fresh Food Market site
    Potential buyer found for iconic Belconnen Fresh Food Market site

    , smh.com.au

    The iconic Belconnen Fresh Food Markets are off the market, with hopes the mixed retail and residential development will boost the local economy. The markets have been owned and operated by the Efkarpidis family for about 25 years and the potential buyer and developer was found after an eight week expression of interest campaign. The prospective buyer and sale price of the precinct can't be revealed until late October when the due diligence period ends
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    Places: Oceania |  Australasia |  Australia | 

Tourism

  • Rory McIlroy expects merger of PGA Tour and European Tour
    Rory McIlroy expects merger of PGA Tour and European Tour

    , smh.com.au

    PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: Four-times major winner Rory McIlroy believes the PGA Tour will eventually merge with the European Tour as it is "counter-productive" for them to compete against each other. The Northern Irishman said one way of achieving a unified circuit would be if the US-based circuit bought the European Tour and continued to run its events. "The World Tour, it's going to happen one day and I think it has to," McIlroy, who failed to qualify for this week's Tour Championship in Atlanta, told the "No Laying Up" golf podcast
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    Categories: Travel & Recreation | 
    Tags: Travel & Tourism |  Tourism |  Tours | 
    Places: Australia |  Europe |  Florida |  Palm Beach | 

Tourists

  • Tourists come face-to-face with massive 16ft-long crocodiles in terrifying Australian cage diving attraction
    Tourists come face-to-face with massive 16ft-long crocodiles in terrifying Australian cage diving attraction

    , thesun.co.uk

    HEART-STOPPING images capture tourists getting closeup and personal with a 16-foot-long Saltwater - separated only by a thin, clear cage wall. Inches away from the enormous predator, the tourists watched the huge crocodile swim around Australia's Cage of Death, in Crocosaurus Cove. Tourists are locked into the glass cage where they can see the huge reptile greedily snapping its jaws over meaty treats that are being dangled right in front of the cage
    Read More ...

    Categories: Travel & Recreation | 
    Tags: Wildlife |  Travel & Tourism |  Tourism |  Tourists |  Crocodiles |  Reptile Life | 
    Places: Oceania |  Australasia |  Australia |  United Kingdom | 

Air Travel

  • Airlines asked to to carry enough fuel for return flights amid shortage at Auckland Airport
    Airlines asked to to carry enough fuel for return flights amid shortage at Auckland Airport

    , abc.net.au

    A shortage of aviation fuel has caused dozens of flight cancellations at New Zealand's Auckland Airport, with airlines advised to carry enough fuel for return flights after a digger apparently damaged an oil pipeline while trying to extract kauri logs. Key points: A fuel shortage at Auckland Airport is expected to cause disruptions in coming days Auckland Airport handles more than 18
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