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, Apr 22, 2013
Celebrity chef website Eatlove
has secured partnerships with some of the top foodies in Australia, yet publishers and a Murdoch, writes StartUp Smart
reporter Michelle Hammond
, Apr 19, 2013
Despite the claims of anti-alcohol campaigners, Australians are drinking less -- yes, even Generation Y.
, Mar 27, 2013
Australians demand too much of our consular services when overseas. If we want gold-class care -- with DFAT under increasing strain -- travellers should have to pay for it, argues Lowy Institute fellow Alex Oliver.
, Mar 20, 2013
Lonely Planet continues its global nomadism, with BBC selling up the travel giant to a reclusive US billionaire's company. What next for the traveller's bible?
, Mar 01, 2013
Horses bred for the racing industry are ending up as dog food or sold for human consumption, whether they are too old to race or never made the grade, writes Crikey intern Michelle Slater.
, Feb 27, 2013
Clive Palmer's Titanic II will have a high-tech engine, air conditioning, a hospital, a helipad ... and more lifeboats. But you'll still be able to dine in early-20th century finery.
, Feb 05, 2013
After months of economic recession, the people of Spain might have a bigger problem: there's not enough oil to go around. Rising demand overseas has seen a flood turn to shortages.
, Jan 10, 2013
Australians have died and been blinded by dodgy drinks in Indonesia. Crikey intern Jemimah Clegg investigates the mysterious beverage that is arak, why people are drinking it -- and what can go wrong.
, Jan 09, 2013
McDonald's and Krispy Kreme entice cops and emergency services staff through the door with free or discounted fast food. Could these perks lead to corruption, and should they be banned?
, Dec 05, 2012
Bangla Road in Phuket is one of the world's best-known red light districts for tourists. But life for prostitutes isn't exactly what Liam Engel, an Australian writer, expected.