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The leaning towers of Santos and the people who live on an angle

The leaning towers of Santos and the people who live on an angle

Several hundred families live on this Brazilian beachfront resort in apartment blocks that have slowly been tilting to one side.

  • by Lia Timson

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Braidwood has one of the world's coolest tiny home destinations

Braidwood has one of the world's coolest tiny home destinations

As named by Business Insider Singapore.

  • by Megan Doherty
Pregnancy not covered by one in four travel insurance policies
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Travel

Pregnancy not covered by one in four travel insurance policies

Planning a babymoon? Make sure to check the travel insurance fine print.

  • by Maani Truu
I take my kids out of school for holidays. This is why
Opinion
Opinion

I take my kids out of school for holidays. This is why

Australia’s favourite holiday destinations cost 54 per cent more at Christmas.

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
Air travel is about to get even less glamorous
Analysis
Airports

Air travel is about to get even less glamorous

Savour the boutique shopping and caviar bar at your next visit to an airport. Outside the walled gardens of business-class lounges, the future of aviation is likely to be a whole lot more functional.

  • by David Fickling
The joys of staying idle in one place
Parenting

The joys of staying idle in one place

Meshel Laurie discovers there are places you never want to leave.

  • by Meshel Laurie
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How a mystery cruise companion changed the course of my work

How a mystery cruise companion changed the course of my work

A mystery woman becomes Tricia Stringer’s muse after a chance encounter at sea.

  • by Tricia Stringer
Driving into a Google-dependent future
Opinion
Opinion

Driving into a Google-dependent future

Google's first concern is itself and its clients. But its services are so useful I don't really mind when it screws me.

  • by Crispin Hull
Dry skin on holidays in Bali? Consider a 'beer spa' (or not)
Bali

Dry skin on holidays in Bali? Consider a 'beer spa' (or not)

What it is like to bathe in Bintang.

  • by Sangeeta Kocharekar
Archives boss says $280k travel bill is 'money well spent'
Travel

Archives boss says $280k travel bill is 'money well spent'

International travel is required for the National Archives to keep up with best practice, the director-general said.

  • by Sally Whyte
Pooh's corner the focus of a uni study, and you can get involved
Opinion
Canberra

Pooh's corner the focus of a uni study, and you can get involved

The hazardous hairpin corner and its proliferation of soft toys is being studied by a group of researchers at the ANU.

  • by Tim The Yowie Man