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Cruise and Travel Magazine Weekly Report: 3 Oct 2014

Cathay Pacific Earlybird fares to Manchester now on sale from just $1,762* If your travel plans for next year take you farther north than London – if you’re heading for the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District, Liverpool, North Wales or even Scotland – you really should check out 2014 Skytrax Airline of the Year, Cathay Pacific’s… 792 more words

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AN EXCITING SUMMER OF OPERA

Opera Australia is following up on their recent success in building audiences, with a program of popular masterpieces in their 2015 summer season.

Renowned Scottish director, Sir David McVicar, will bring a dramatic intensity from the theatre to his opera work, when directing his celebrated gothic production of Faust, first performed at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. 427 more words

NEW SUMMER TREATS FROM SAN CHURRO

Australia’s leading Spanish chocolate cafe, San Churro, has launched its new summer menu that’s full of refreshing desserts, just right for celebrations during the coming holiday season. 225 more words

TAIWAN – THE HEART OF ASIA

Taiwan is growing in popularity as a holiday destination with Australians and fast becoming one of the best destinations in Asia. During the first six months of 2014, there has already been an increase in tourism of 25% over the same time last year. 396 more words

DIRTY DANCING RETURNS TO SYDNEY

A decade after its World Premiere, Dirty Dancing will make a welcome return to Sydney on 28 November 2014, playing at the Sydney Lyric Theatre, The Star. 176 more words

DAYLIGHT SAVING AT ETERNITY PLAYHOUSE

A fast-paced comedy about love, loneliness, food and friendship is Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s final play in their inaugural season. Opening on 4 November at Eternity Playhouse, … 205 more words

BLAK MARKETS NEW START TIME

To kick off daylight saving and let you sleep in longer on 5 October, the Blak Markets at Bare Island, La Perouse will open their doors at 10.30am. 157 more words