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Visiting Chernobyl? Here’s what to do and what not to do at the infamous nuclear disaster site

Updated June 08, 2019 08:50:32 Video: Chernobyl offers tourists glimpses of the way humanity reacts in times of crisis. (Photo: Lauren Beldi) (ABC News) As HBO’s Chernobyl miniseries wrapped up in Australia this week, there were reports the number of tour bookings to the site of the worst nuclear accident …

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Australia, Singapore to explore new areas of collaboration

SINGAPORE: Australia and Singapore are deepening bilateral ties and exploring new areas of collaboration, such as in the digital economy, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison said on Friday (Jun 7). Mr Morrison was in Singapore for an annual meeting under the two countries’ Comprehensive …

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Brisbane tourism: Bookings for mega cruise ship terminal approach 200

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Qld tourism: Law change needed to lure superyachts

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Tourist visas for Australia and cheap hotels in Basel: The Holiday Guru gives some top travel advice

Getting tourist visas for Australia and finding an affordable hotel in Basel, Switzerland: The Holiday Guru gives some top travel adviceTourist visas for up to three months’ travel, are free for UK citizens in Australia In Basel, Hotel Rochat is described as ‘charming’ and rooms cost from £95 Alp Pasa Boutique Hotel in Antalya, …

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Tourism industry wants baby boomers put to work

The Queensland Tourism industry is pushing for travelling baby boomers to be given backpacker style working holiday visas.  Qld Tourism Industry Council CEO Daniel Gschwind wants grey nomads visiting Australia to have access to working holiday visas the same as young backpackers. “We know that people travel for all sorts …

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International Tourism Exports Hit $1.7 Trillion

For the past seven years, tourism exports have grown faster than merchandise exports around the world. A new report from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) shows that in 2018 alone, exports generated by international tourism reached $1.7 trillion, which was a four percent increase over the previous year. gallery icon …

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Morrison goes from royals to rate cuts to raids

As it was for his many predecessors, Scott Morrison and his wife, Jenny, were ushered into the Buckingham Palace parlour the Queen reserves for meeting her prime ministers. The antique two-bar electric heater was not turned on in the fireplace but it didn’t matter. Morrison supplied all the warmth, presenting …

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Singapore and Australia exploring new areas of collaboration to strengthen partnership

SINGAPORE – Singapore and Australia are exploring new areas of collaboration, in areas such as cyber security, food security and the digital economy. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that while discussions on the digital economy are at an early stage, there is scope for the countries to deepen cooperation, …

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