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Migranti, procura Trapani sequestra nave Iuventa: "Intese tra Ong tedesca e trafficanti"

L'equipaggio indagato per favoreggiamento dell'immigrazione clandestina. Il pm: "Provvedimento non c'entra nulla con il no al codice". Usato anche un …

Top 10 outdoor attractions in Australia's Northern Territory

For many people, the north represents the real Australia: vast and apparently empty country, locals with wits as dry as their dusty boots, unfamiliar customs and landforms, and an ancient spiritual culture rubbing up against a more familiar Western way of life.<p>Closer to Bali than Bondi, Darwin …

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Australia's wildest road trip

Stretching across Australia’s northwest corner, the road from Darwin to Broome runs through one of the world’s last great wildernesses. This is a land where there are areas larger than Ireland without a single town, where farmers lose dozens of cattle a year to crocodiles, and whole communities are …

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Five of Australia's treasured islands

Ah, Australia. Partying the night away amid the bright lights of Sydney. Exploring the undersea extravaganza of the Great Barrier Reef. Watching the sun rise over wind-sculpted Uluru. A visit Down Under is never short of do-before-you-die moments.<p>But did you know that there’s a whole lot more to Oz …

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10 Culinary Experiences to Try in South Australia

For travelers looking for a food-focused vacation, South Australia may be just what food lovers are looking for. With numerous wine regions — South …

Sydney v Melbourne: Where to stay in Australia's biggest cities

Melbourne<p>Where to stay<p>The Melbourne Central YHA, near Southern Cross station, is the perfect place to stay to keep costs down without scrimping on …

36 Hours In Melbourne, Australia

While Melbourne has much to offer, sometimes you dont have the time to see it all. But, whenyou only for a couple days, where do you begin? For those …

The perfect Queensland road trip

<b>Noosa</b><i><br>Best for: food<br>Kilometres into your trip: 0</i><p>Head north from Brisbane and past the bald, rocky hills of the Glass House Mountains National Park to …

Australia’s seven secret sites

Australia is a land of striking contrasts, starting with its sheer physical size.<p>While it is the world’s smallest continent with an area of less than …

Into the Outback at Uluru, Australia

Remote, rugged, and cross-culturally revered, Uluru (aka Ayers Rock) is a place of intrigue, steeped in ancient Aboriginal mysticism and a …

Exploring Australia's hinterland: My incredible road trip ended with a trip down the aisle

I remember sitting in Melbourne airport cursing myself. It was 6am and it had just occurred to my jetlagged brain that I might not even recognise the …

Australia Travel: The best drives Down Under | The Star

WINE AND DINE: THE BAROSSA, EX ADELAIDE<p>4 days<p><b>BEST FOR:</b> Food and wine lovers<p>The Barossa is one of the world’s finest wine-growing regions. Its diverse …

Australia: Hit the track

<b>Cherie Howie takes in the Outback from the Indian Pacific train</b><p>It's as hot as hades. And flies are king. Abandoned buildings decay in the heat and …

Australia Travel: Down Under’s best beaches | The Star

On the world’s largest island, life is a beach. Actually about 12,000 beaches — and not just any old beaches.<p>Australia has some of the best in the …

Train trip in Australia remixed into epic music

(CBS News) Yesterday we saw a whimsical journey through snowy Norway that focused primarily on sight. Today we turn our attention towards sound in …

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The Intel

Your next trip, only way better<p>What You Need to Know Now<p>Deal of the Day<p>Subscribe<p>Never miss a deal again, get travel tips and hacks<p>Will be used in …

How to see the best of Sydney in a week

Don't worry, we'll get you to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, but there's a lot more in Sydney we can impress you with<p>Thanks to warm weather, relaxed vibe, beaches, bars and world-class restaurants, most visitors to Sydney never want to leave.<p>Some don't.<p>But if you’ve just got to get back home, …

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Australia: Linger on the highway

<b>Leah McLennan picks her highlights of a classic Australian road trip</b><p>If you put your foot down, the drive between Brisbane and Sydney can be done in …

Sydney's small bar scene takes off

Leave the big pubs to the gamblers. Drinkers looking for an intimate Sydney watering hole have more choices than ever<p>For years, a night out in Sydney meant downing schooners at a huge, street-corner pub before hitting one of the gaudy mega-clubs in Kings Cross.<p>Now, however, drinkers are turning …

New Zealand's latest news, business, sport and entertainment

Your news how you want it.<p>On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any …

Australia’s cultural cities: Sydney and Melbourne

MELBOURNE — It’s a rainy Thursday evening, unseasonably chilly even for this city notorious for unpredictable weather, and its residents certainly …

Lonely Planet's guide to the Very Big Things of Australia

Big is Australia's middle name. It's the world's largest island, home to the world's biggest monolith (maybe) and where you can see the...Big Banana. If you thought things were big in Texas, wait until you discover Australia’s fascination for all things elephantine and concrete. Why not take a road …

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Planning a trip to Australia: what you need to know

Book your flights: 2012 is shaping up as a bumper year to visit Australia. A slew of music festivals (Big Day Out, Splendour in the Grass, Byron Bay Bluesfest) will feature arena-filling acts like Kanye West, Soundgarden, Steve Earle and Kasabian. And don't miss the touring Picasso exhibition at …

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Living on the edge: the wildlife of southwestern Australia

Many of Australia’s mammals share a somewhat inconvenient trait for wildlife watchers - they’re nocturnal. So three cheers for the endangered numbat: it’s one of few that’s out and about during daylight hours, if you know where to look. The place to start looking - for these and for other endemic …

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Sydney’s top speciality drinking spots

It’s hard to know where to start in a city that sparkles with entertainment options after dark. There’s no shortage of clubs, pubs, big bars and, these days, small bars in Sydney. But if you’re looking for something a little niche, here is our pick of the best. All are conveniently located in the …

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Top tips for responsible travel in Aboriginal Australia

In the rush of excitement to see the world's best sights one can sometimes forget to acknowledge their sanctity. This is certainly true in Central Australia, where most of the top tourist magnets, like Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), have their significance anchored in ancient …

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