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Last drinks: anti-alcohol group calls to ban booze on planes
A recent spate of booze-fuelled misbehaviour in Australian skies has an Australian anti-alcohol group reportedly calling for drinking to be banned on board aeroplanes.
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World’s most dangerous hike set to reopen
A Spanish walking track that earned the dubious reputation as the world's most dangerous and scariest walkway after claiming several lives is set to reopen next year.
Hotel prices spike for rugby Test
Wellington's hotel prices jump by 37 per cent for this weekend's Rugby Championship Test between NZ and South Africa according to research.
Jetstar flies between North Island and Oz
Jetstar has announced it will start flying to the Gold Coast from Wellington and Queenstown.
Volcanoes vs. airplanes: How big is the risk?
Volcanic activity on opposite sides of the globe has put airlines on alert and threatened to disrupt air travel. However, thanks to advances in detection technology, experts say planes are now safer from the risk of volcanic eruptions than they’ve ever been.
Malaysia Airlines' 'bucket list' row
Malaysia Airlines has renamed a contest with free flights to Australia and New Zealand as a prize after it referred to travellers' "bucket list".
Plane diverted after fight breaks out over passenger's 'knee defender' device
A US flight has been diverted after a petty fight broke out over a reclining passenger seat.
Devices now allowed on takeoff, landing
Qantas and Virgin will allow passengers to use their smart phones, tablets and laptops in flight mode during takeoff and landing.
Coromandel freedom camping bylaws unlawful
The Thames Coromandel District Council has to make changes to bylaws aimed at controlling freedom camping after a caravan group took it to court.
Google buys travel guide app Jetpac
Google has bought the startup behind a Jetpac mobile application that mines publicly shared pictures and creates places of interest guides.
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