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Labor Senator Penny Wong has said “enough is enough”, criticising the government for deserting thousands of Australians who have been stranded for a month.
A Victorian councillor has launched an extraordinary attack on backpackers ignoring warnings to stay away from one of the nation’s most iconic tourist sites.
Most of the world’s major airlines could be “bankrupt by May” an aviation expert has warned, as countries clamp down borders and travellers cancel in droves.
Just moments before tragedy struck, Daniel Shedd sent a smiling group selfie to his mum. It’s the last one she’d ever receive from him.
When it comes to flying, nothing should surprise you nowadays. Especially when it comes to passengers behaving in a bizarre way at 38,000 feet.
A passenger on an Air New Zealand flight has slammed impatient flyers for blatantly ignoring social distancing measures and endangering others.
Following an ongoing debate around the reopening of borders around the country, state and territory leaders have been served a new warning.
South Australia has become the first state to announce an official reopening of state borders, marking a mid-July date.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has pointed to July as being a “great month”, after copping criticism over closing their borders.
Returned Aussie travellers may be asked to pay for their forced 14-day hotel quarantine, after millions was spent on accommodation during pandemic.
From the "aggressive" flies to the slow Wi-Fi, an American backpacker has listed all of the things he hates about travelling Down Under.
A video of a young boy on a hiking adventure with his family has gone viral, after an unexpected visitor got a little too close for comfort.