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Jenny Brown 1:37pm Years of thinking and a certain creative poetry have resulted in this wonderfully distinct project.
LARISSA HAM This business will check out anything you want to buy on the net before you commit.
JANE REDDY Cross-country skiing can be as energetic or as gentle as you like, writes Jane Reddy.
Jayne D’Arcy 12:15am A new gold rush is taking place in central Victoria, and developers know how to mine its resources.
SANDRA HALL 12:15am The Joel Edgerton thriller Felony is among the finest Australian films to come along this year.
Women on screen
PAUL BYRNES 12:15am Great actresses have gained much more freedom since Lauren Bacall's day, but have their options, and their choices, really improved all that much?
David Potts 12:15am The best case scenario to get our currency down is for economic growth in the US writes.
Chris Tolhurst 12:01am There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to funding retirement but investing in bricks and mortar is increasingly being favoured by Australians.
Daryl Dixon 11:05am Which way will you go?
A couple say they were forced to used the back door of a registry off ice in Moscow — because they were both dressed as brides. The union, billed as Russia’s first gay wedding was between a woman and her transgender partner. Registry off ice staff in the famously intolerant country had to recognise the couple as the groom is still legally a man and they had a certificate allowing them to marry.
5:41am Each day, approximately how many people board a flight?
Ben Everill 4:09am Defending FedEx Cup champion Henrik Stenson has made a big move early in the second round in the opening US PGA tour playoff event.
Interviews by Clare Kermond Amir Farid & Daphne Turnbull share their story.
3:28am Beirut: At least 70 Islamic State jihadist fighters have been killed in 48 hours of clashes with Syrian army troops in the northern province of Raqa, a monitoring group said Friday.
Nidal al-Mughrabi 3:38am After Israel killed three top Hamas commanders, masked militants gun down Palestinians accused of collaborating in the first public executions since the 1990s.
BRIAN JOHNSTON Helsinki is pricey, but with a bit of careful planning you'll find ways to suit your budget.
LEE TULLOCH Family's rental car ends up perilously perched on top of a flight of stairs in an Italian village.
CRAIG PLATT You get what you pay for so the minor inconveniences of having to buy extras are easily forgiven.
UTE JUNKER Even in New York, where it's all about the new and the now, there's room for the classics.
LANCE RICHARDSON Travel boycotts may make tourists feel better, but do they really work, asks Lance Richardson.
CRAIG TANSLEY Helicopters, perfect powder and luxury yachts await, writes Craig Tansley.
Kay O'Sullivan In our second annual literary special, compiled by Kay O'Sullivan, Traveller asked five leading Australian novelists to write about the one place that has most informed and inspired their prose.
CRAIG TANSLEY Away from the tourist hot spots, Hawaii is a place of rugged beauty, writes Craig Tansley.
BRIAN JOHNSTON Basel is a hotbed of architectural innovation, writes Brian Johnston.
UTE JUNKER Ute Junker winds down on a little-known Indonesian island.
New South Wales
NINA KARNIKOWSKI Nina Karnikowski finds the spaces wide open, inside and out, near MUDGEE.
Be careful when travelling on the Paris Metro system.
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