Grandvewe Cheese

Grandvewe Cheese is Tasmania's only organic 'Sheep Milk Cheesery' and overlooks the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, a mere three kilometres south of Woodbridge.

Gulf carriers eye expansion into China

The lure of provincial China is proving too tempting to let pass for carriers from the Middle East, as the Gulf’s major airlines look to tap into the Asian giant’s growing industrial and commercial r...

New car park for Sydney Airport

The construction of a new AU$47 million, eight storey car park at Sydney International Airport will commence this week, providing upon completion an extra 2,300 parking spaces at the terminal.

Movie star urinates in plane aisle

French actor, Gerard Depardieu could not hold ‘it’ until after take-off, urinating in the aisle of an Air France plane after he was told he needed to return to his seat until the aircraft was in the ...

Gay travel picks up in India

While Sydney, San Francisco and Rio de Janiero may top the travel bucket list for GLBT travellers, India is quickly rising into popularity for gay travellers.

Alabama’s Gulf Shores tourism makeover

Gulf Shores city officials have decided to invest US$200,000 on a plan to redesign the city and draw more travel and tourism traffic to the area’s beaches.

Hotel doors open in growing China

Growing travel demand within China is attracting property developers into the country, with up to 84,000 new rooms expected to open by the end of 2013.

Melbourne best attuned to meet tourism needs

A recent survey of 350 tourism industry people, 45 per cent nominated Melbourne as the city with the best strategic plans to meet the future needs of the tourism industry.

Blake Shelton to rock the Norwegian boat

Fans of country singer and The Voice judge, Blake Shelton will be able to experience a once off seven-day haven of country-style entertainment on board the Norwegian Jewel.

Thai Airways low cost carrier going ahead

Transport Minister ACM Sukampol Suwannathat has announced he will support a Thai Airways International plan to start a no frills carrier in partnership with Singapore's Tiger Airways.

Cathay figures remain steady

The Cathay Pacific Airways Group has welcomed a mild growth in passengers carried for the month of July of up to 1.6 percent, carrying up to 2.5 million passengers.