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Past articles by Natalie:

Teen who tracked Elon Musk’s jet now tracking Russian oligarchs

The teenage tech genius who went viral for creating a Twitter account that tracks Elon Musk’s private jet is honing in on a new target — this time turning his attention to the multimillion dollar network of superyachts and jets owned by Russia’s oligarchs. → Read More

Bali scraps quarantine for fully vaccinated Australians

Thousands of people are expected to descend on Bali this week after the Aussie favourite scrapped quarantine for vaccinated tourists and reintroduced visas on arrival. → Read More

Swimmer lucky to be alive after being ‘rammed’ by great white shark

A swimmer is lucky to be alive after he was reportedly “rammed” by a mammoth great white shark in Perth. → Read More

Tourism Australia chief speaks about the future of travel

Borders are finally open and tourists are making their way Down Under again - but there’s one thing they “need to be educated on”, according to Tourism Australia. → Read More

Outback Wrangler hit by tragedy as cast member Chris Wilson dies in helicopter crash

A beloved crew member from the world famous National Geographic show Outback Wrangler has died in a helicopter crash. → Read More

Russian airline Aeroflot banned from US skies over Ukraine invasion

The US has finally joined dozens of other western nations in banning all Russian aircraft from its skies as the world ramps up its punishment against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

Russian airline Aeroflot banned from landing around the world as war with Ukraine continues

Russia’s flagship airline will ground most of its fleet as the world bans its planes from their airscape as punishment for the invasion on Ukraine. → Read More

Retreat home to one of world’s rarest sights

With the Covid pandemic keeping most of us stuck inside for the past two years, Aussies are itching to get away from the hustle and bustle of the cities and enjoy nature yet again. → Read More

Russian airline Aeroflot banned from UK airspace

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused ripple effects across Europe with the UK coming down heavily on the Eastern power’s biggest airline. → Read More

Qantas announces two new mega-flights

Ask any traveller if they’d be happy to spend almost an entire day on a plane and they’d most likely tell you it sounded like a nightmare. → Read More

Qantas CEO labels national carrier the ‘little Aussie battler’ as competition heats up for 2022

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has described the national carrier as a “little Aussie battler” as the airline readies itself for a competitive 2022. → Read More

Qantas reveals 2022 half yearly results after McGowan border flip dig

The impact of last year’s devastating Delta lockdowns and the surge in Omicron cases has seen Qantas record its fourth consecutive half yearly statutory loss of the pandemic. → Read More

Western Australia dominates Tripadvisor’s best beaches list

Australia has some of the most incredible beaches in the world, with each state and territory claiming their spot as the best in the country. → Read More

Hiker killed in wild boar hunt crossfire, fuels French hunting debate

A 25-year-old woman has died and a teenage hunter is in shock after two of France’s most popular outdoor pursuits collided on Saturday – with devastating consequences. → Read More

Emirates launches kids only airport lounge in Dubai Airport

Young jetsetters flying with Emirates can now access an airport lounge that some would argue is cooler than the one offered to adults. → Read More

Qantas delays restart of Perth to London route due to Western Australia’s border closures

Qantas has been forced to delay its Perth to London route again as Western Australia keeps the nation guessing on when it will reopen. → Read More

New budget airline reveals first routes

Australia’s newest budget airline Bonza is ramping up its launch, unveiling its first routes across the country and fares for as little as $50. → Read More

Tourism Australia premieres simple ad to attract overseas tourists

It’s been a rough two years for our world-famous travel industry but in just a week, foreign tourists will finally be welcomed back to Australian shores. → Read More

Tourist who travelled to Socotra explains what it’s like at one of the world’s final untouched spots

With just a handful of visitors a year and marooned between the two volatile nations of Somalia and Yemen, Socotra is one of the last unspoilt spots in the world. → Read More

Tiny Aussie spot makes most beautiful list

With just 4000 people living there and waters that teem with crocodiles and deadly Irukandji jellyfish, Mission Beach in Far North Queensland is often overlooked as a tourist gem. → Read More