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Watching extreme glacier calving in North America

Luke Slattery sails aboard Silversea’s Silver Shadow on a seven night luxury cruise north-by-northwest along Alaska’s Inside Passage, a meandering skein of fiords, islands and inlets deeply forested where they are not snow clad.  Read more about Luke’s adventure in Traveller.com.au.

Read More 05.08.16
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Wool helps eczema sufferers

A Melbourne dermatologist and fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD), Associate Professor John Su, has found that children tolerate garments made from merino wool better than cotton.  Emily Rice from 9 News reports on the findings.

Read More 06.07.16
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Take me to the river

Katrina Lobley cruises the mighty Mekong aboard the custom-built Cruiseco Adventurer, bringing an up close view of Vietnam’s traditional riverside life for Voyeur Magazine.

Read More 15.05.16
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Prime Minister’s truce with pathologists

While patients will continue to be bulk-billed for pathology tests, people could still be left hundreds of dollars out of pocket for x-ray scans.  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called a truce with pathologists over changes to bulk-billing incentive payments which were due to come into force from 1 July 2016, reports www.SBS.com.au.

Read More 14.05.16
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Hong Kong Airlines to launch its first daily flights to New Zealand

Hong Kong Airlines will launch its first daily direct service to Auckland, New Zealand on 10 November 2016.  Airbus A332 aircraft, with 283 seats including 24 business class seats, will be deployed on the route.      

Read More 13.05.16
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Silver Whisper explores the Titanic route in reverse

Did you catch traveller.com.au featuring Silversea’s 15-day transatlantic cruise aboard Silver Whisper? The sailing, which follows the Titanic’s route in reverse, highlights the luxurious features and incredible destinations of Silversea.

Read More 22.11.15
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Women rule the skies with Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines prove women rule the skies with the first all-women operated flight. Every role in the historic flight was undertaken by a woman – from the pilots, cabin crew, ground staff, and air traffic controllers. Australian Women’s Weekly agrees with us, check out the article here.

Read More 20.11.15
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Australian Gourmet Traveller shares a glimpse into Myanmar aboard Cruiseco Explorer

Australian Gourmet Traveller shares an insight into the extraordinary culture, scenery and hospitality of Myanmar aboard the luxurious Cruiseco Explorer. Rob Ingram finds that, as the former Burma emerges from its decades of isolation, travelling the Irrawaddy it the ideal way to experience the charms of old Indochina.

Read More 02.11.15
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Richard Thame shares his advice with Sky News Business

Richard Thame, CEO at Fastway Couriers, spoke to Sky News Business about the courier industry, meeting the demands of online retailing and operating a successful franchise network. Richard says, at Fastway Couriers, their franchisees have a solid investment in their own businesses through the network’s franchise model and its innovative technology. He says both of. . .

Read More 28.10.15
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ACD’s Chris Baker Talks Health on 3AW

Over the weekend, Associate Professor Chris Baker, President of The Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD), discussed the common misconceptions surrounding psoriasis, with Dr Sally Cockburn on 3AW's 'Talking Health'.

Read More 14.09.15