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    Japan will start paying for you to visit

    Japan will start paying for you to visit

    Under bold $18b plan, Japan will start paying tourists to return

    Eye-watering cost of flights to hamper tourism

    premium_icon Eye-watering cost of flights to hamper tourism

    Cost of flights skyrocket due to global coronavirus pandemic

    Here's when you might be able to travel overseas again

    Here's when you might be able to travel overseas again

    We could be using our passports much sooner than expected

    Chilling video of boy stalked by giant bear

    Chilling video of boy stalked by giant bear

    Video of young boy hiking has gone viral, after unexpected cameo

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      Guides

        MAKE a difference with girls and young women by joing guides as a leader and be part of a forward-thinking organisation.

        premium_icon Empowering girls through guides

        Guides shout-out for leaders keen to empower girls

        Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all in more than 13 years on the job.

        premium_icon 10 common snakes and how to identify them

        Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

        PHOTOGRAPHER Warren Lynam offers some advice to people wanting to take an incredible lightning shot.

        Five things you need to know before taking a lightning photo

        Key tips from photographer Warren Lynam

        Property hunting? Here's what $300,000 homes would look like in different suburbs in regional QLD and northern NSW.

        Property: What $300,000 buys you

        Here's what $300,000 would look like in different suburbs.

        Tourism

          As other countries angle to be part of the quarantine-free travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has other ideas.

          PM shuts down further travel bubbles

          Trans-Tasman travel bubble: Israel looking to be included

          Tourism operators are planning a mass protest if the Premier doesn’t open the Queensland border to visitors by July.

          premium_icon Border ultimatum as tourism companies threaten mass protest

          Tourism operators are planning a mass protest

          Coast business leaders and traders are furious with the Premier’s announcement the border may not open until September.

          premium_icon Business leaders to grill Premier on border plan

          Gold Coast business leaders to question Premier over border restrictions

          Josh Frydenberg has hinted at who might benefit from the $60 billion cash left over from the massively underspent JobKeeper scheme

          Who could get the missing $60 billion

          The program will be reviewed next month