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A record year in airline safety

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Despite Russia leading the world in fatal airline crashes, 2011 was one of the safest years ever for commercial passenger flights. A map illustrates accident records by country.
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London is calling

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With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 Olympic Games approaching, a lot is happening in England’s capital. What advice can you offer to a business traveller heading to London?
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Drink and dine in LA for less

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Explore new haunts or revisit old favourites during Los Angeles' budget-friendly restaurant week, featuring prix-fixe, three-course menus at more than 300 restaurants.
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The world’s greatest guilty pleasures

Indulge your vices with these examples of excess from around the globe, from unadulterated hedonism on a Thai beach to sleeping in a Mughal palace in India.
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Top excursions from Melbourne

There is a plethora of stunning scenery and interesting activities located just outside the city – from scenic coastal drives to the world’s smallest penguins.


Melbourne’s Aussie-winning moment

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After years of competing with Sydney for international attention, the city now lays claim to some of Australia’s finest eateries, theatres, galleries and sporting cathedrals.
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