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It's Showtime tonight at ICC Sydney

As the curtain rises on one of the world’s most hotly anticipated venues, International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) launched its opening campaign – IT’S SHOWTIME – overnight, at ...

How to get ready to trek for Everest, Kilimanjaro or Machu Picchu: 10 tips

Lachlan Gillespie and Gabe Gillespie have created the Altitude brand of gyms now operating at Brookvale and Gosford in Australia.

Pew applauds new shark sanctuary in Kiribati

The Pew Charitable Trusts applauded the Pacific island nation of Kiribati today for its establishment of the world's second largest shark sanctuary.

New Year's Eve in Sydney: Plan your visit and make the most of vantage spots and parties

Sydney is one of the most spectacular places in the world to celebrate New Year's Eve, thanks to its world-famous fireworks that light up locations across the city.

ICC Sydney opened its doors to the city

International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) opened its doors to the city today, inviting locals and visitors alike to explore the state of the art integrated convention, exhibition and ...

=Guam Ko’ko’ Road Races: Taisuke Ueda finishes top half marathon winner

The Guam Ko’ko’ Road Races wrapped up another successful Ko’ko’ Weekend with nearly 1,500 local and international runners converging at Governor Joseph F.

Guam shows tourism face in Philippines: GVB appoints Tropical Productions Inc. (TPI)

The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) is pleased to announce Tropical Productions Inc. (TPI) as its Philippine Market In-Country Representative.

Satellite-based aircraft tracking on the way for New Zealand

Satellite-based aircraft tracking on the way for New Zealand

A new satellite-supported system designed to replace radar as New Zealand’s main aircraft tracking technology is a step closer.

Etihad Airways to increase frequency to Australia

Etihad Airways to increase frequency to Australia

Etihad Airways will add three weekly flights between Abu Dhabi and Sydney to operate a double-daily schedule from February 6, 2017.

Chinese ship owners to pay $30 million for Great Barrier Reef damage

Chinese ship owners to pay $30 million for Great Barrier Reef damage

CANBERRA, Australia - The Australian government reached a 39.3 million Australian dollar ($29.6 million) settlement with the owners of a Chinese coal carrier to pay for environmental damage caused ...

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