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Shopping in Australia

Nostalgic ... makeover maven Miss Lulu.

Victoria

Groovy is the new gold

Forget the pioneering days of the rush - instead dig the nostalgia of Ballarat's new vintage scene, writes Belinda Jackson.

Asia

Hey, big spenders!

Shopping in Asia

Plastic loaded and flats on feet? Experts tell Belinda Jackson where the bargains are in Asia.

South Australia

Hot to shop: Adelaide

Adelaide Arcade

For vintage fashion, antiques and contemporary design, this city is streets ahead, writes Belinda Jackson.

Queensland

Hot to shop: Noosa

Beach buys ... (clockwise from above) Holster's jelly sandals; Hastings Street

It's not just about the surf and sand in this Sunshine Coast town, Belinda Jackson learns, and don't you love it?

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Queensland

Indie vibe is right on trend

Shopping

Belinda Jackson finds fashion and jewellery, heels and perfume, in the city's thriving design precincts.

ACT

Retro treats in store

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Whether vintage, handmade or CBD smart, all tastes are covered, writes Julietta Jameson.

Travellers Tips

Tips

Beyond frequent flyer points

Frequent Flyer Credit card Qantas

You save up your frequent flyer points and hand over your card at the supermarket - but when it comes to travel perks you might be only scratching the surface.

Tips

Getting the best price on duty free: survival of the cheapest

Best buys ... there are many factors to consider when looking at duty-free purchases.

Does duty-free shopping guarantee the best price? Jane E. Fraser finds out.

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High hopes for Blue Mountains tourism as Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take in the view

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DAISY DUMAS | As the Duke of Cambridge peered over a cliff edge at Narrow Neck lookout near Katoomba on Thursday afternoon, there was a reason for his wife's apparent nerves. Unlike accompanying media and the Mountain Youth Services abseiling team, neither the second in line to the throne, nor the duchess, had the comfort of a safety harness.

Australia to see rush of UK tourists after royal visit

2:57pm | Royal visit by Kate, Wills and baby George is drawing UK tourists Down Under.

Missing Malaysia Airlines flight: CNN's MH370 expert sacked over bad clothes

2:24pm | Flight simulator company sacks instructor for dressing like a teenager during CNN's coverage of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Alexandra Rose Williams on good behaviour bond after in-flight bum grope

STEVE BUTCHER 12:36pm | A passenger who touched the buttocks of a crew member and tried to kiss him on the cheek on a flight from Manila to Melbourne has been ordered by a magistrate to behave for the next three months.

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