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The romance of train travel is alive and very much kicking, thanks in no small part to the world's really special journeys - the Orient Express, South Africa's Blue Train and the Ghan in Australia.
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Australian states are in a scramble to attract a visit fromBritain's Prince Harry who will be visiting Sydney later this year for the Royal Australian Navy's Centenary Fleet Review.
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A HIT LIST of the nation's hospital hot spots reveal more than 1700 patients caught killer superbug infections in public hospitals last year.
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AUSTRALIA'S most advanced commercial satellite developer has put South Australia at the heart of its ambitions outlining visions of engineers based at Mawson Lakes flying its constellation of satellites.
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Hawaii is becoming the destination of choice for Tauranga holidaymakers. Tauranga travel agents report the most popular destinations for bookings during the winter months are Australia and the Pacific Islands, but Hawaii is making a comeback.
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Queensland's auditor-general says the Drinksafe program to reduce alcohol-fuelled violence appears to have been a costly failure.
Some of Australia's biggest retailers have recently spoken out at a conference in Melbourne saying that while selling online has the benefit of lower overheads, it is not yet as profitable as traditional bricks-and-mortar retailing.
An expert on fly-in, fly-out workforces says communities in south-west Western Australia must adapt to benefit from the growing number of FIFO workers in the region.
Some western Queensland projects have received funding under the third round of the Regional Development Australia Fund but others have missed out.
Improving on the old coin-operated scale, a new Australian startup is placing walk-in 3D body scanners in shopping centres to take people's measurements.
Its officials analysed train patronage at major world airports and booming passenger numbers at Tullamarine, expected to host 46 million people a year by 2023, to make the call.
Emily Dugan is social affairs correspondent for The Independent, i and Independent on Sunday, covering Sarah Cassidy's maternity leave.
Cancer Council Queensland has voiced concerns over the lifestyle habits of Townsville residents, fearing locals are on a fast track to preventable diseases.
A new archaeological expedition may prove that the continent may have been discovered earlier than previously thought.
A local light artist will have his work displayed as one of only sixty installations to feature throughout this weekend's Vivid - Light, Music and Ideas Festival in Sydney.
Burnside and Campbelltown councils are working on a joint project to make Magill an artistic and cultural hub and thriving shopping destination.
The Fair Work Ombudsman is to take part in the Pregnancy, Babies & Children's Expo later this week .