The federal government’s new ban on inbound tourists is another blow for the travel and hospitality sector.
Australian tourists who’ve had their travel plans disrupted urged to holiday at home.
Mixing study and international travel is not an impossible dream if you have the energy to do it.
Children may be being placed into care unnecessarily, but in some cases an orphanage is the only option.
Thousands of people are set to visit Exmouth in 2023 for a solar eclipse, but is the environment ready?
A closer look at the controversial tourism industry in one of Asia’s largest slums.
Young people are using social media as the way to plan and showcase their holidays.
Extended stay program targets retirees, artists and holiday-makers.
The expansion of the WA Aboriginal Ranger Program has been welcomed in the regions.
Shanghai’s small but growing underground music scene is explored, as part of our 2017 study tour series.
A little exploration goes a long way in Western Australia’s only metropolis.
Annabeth Bert reports on the drastic fall in adoptions from China as part of a series of stories from the 2016 Curtin Journalism Shanghai Study Tour.
That pesky Lombo volcano is at it again.
A QantasLink flight had fumes in the cabin.
Have a safe long weekend and don’t blow your points.
Molly Schmidt meets abandoned children and their carers as part of a series of stories from the 2016 Curtin Journalism Shanghai Study Tour.
Kaylee Meerton reports on the expatriate scene as part of a series of stories from the 2016 Curtin Journalism Shanghai Study Tour.