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Passengers looking for alternative ways to travel that minimize close contact are increasingly turning to private aircraft or charter flights and getting aboard one isn't as expensive as you might think. Here's how to hire a private jet.
Children as young as 12 are being prescribed antidepressants and grappling with depression and anxiety as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns with doctors issuing a plea to the Victorian Premier to re-open schools.Treasurer Josh Frydenberg backed the call today...
A popular Instagram star is catching flak after Boston's Licensing Board ordered his latest restaurant venture to close for failing to meet Covid-19 public safety standards, a city spokesperson told CNN.
Palawan has been called the "best island in the world" and the Philippines' "last biodiversity frontier." While most travelers choose to stay in a rustic beach shack or a remote luxury hotel, nothing beats a seafaring adventure through the...
Many of Britain's grand stately houses were built on the profits of slavery and colonial exploitation. Now the National Trust, the heritage body that looks after some of these estates, wants to highlight this troubling legacy -- and not...
Many of Britain's grand stately houses were built on the profits of slavery and colonial exploitation. Now the National Trust, the heritage body that looks after some of these estates, wants to highlight this grim legacy -- and not...
As wildfires rage across the US West Coast, campfire safety in the great outdoors is more important than ever. While a campfire is a lovely place to gather, it can quickly become dangerous. Here's how to safely enjoy campfires.
Welcome to Sisters In Law, news.com.au’s weekly column solving all of your legal problems. This week, our resident lawyers and real-life sisters Alison and Jillian Barrett from Maurice Blackburn tackle your legal rights when it comes to contesting wills.
A lot of the world has been shut off to American tourists as US coronavirus cases continue to rise. But at these destinations, a US passport still opens doors -- albeit usually with some Covid-19 testing requirements.
Though air travel has boosted presidential campaigns for decades since JFK's team flew on "Caroline," the 2020 pandemic has underlined the importance of aircraft as the quickest and safest way to campaign
HSC students have revealed their outlandish plans for end of year pranks and challenges, seemingly undeterred by the recent muck-up day scandal involving students at one of Sydney’s elite private schools.
A Melbourne councillor who had her election campaign posters defaced and graffitied with derogatory language says it’s the “final straw” in a long series of incidents that have forced her to “live in fear”.
Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles has given department heads 24 hours to explain a video which shows a man with known mental health issues appearing to be frogmarched out of one of Brisbane’s biggest hospitals.
Military reinforcements at Queensland’s borders will soon be pulled from checkpoints as the state prepares to reopen to northern NSW, in what has been slammed as a “bargaining chip in an ongoing political attack”.
A new report has found mental health patients in NSW hospitals are suffering under worse care conditions during the coronavirus pandemic, as they’re subjected to more severe, non therapeutic interventions.
Warmer months in Australia can only mean one thing … spiders. And if you have noticed random tiny blobs appearing in your house around this time of year, it turns out there’s a perfectly logical explanation.
Scientists around the world are looking at how gusts of air and patches could be used to deliver a developed vaccine to a patient, with the uncommon methods considered more effective than the dreaded needle.
There are growing calls for the Mornington Peninsula Shire to be excluded from greater Melbourne, with almost 3000 people signing a petition for the seaside municipality to be classified as regional Victoria instead.