2018年4月30日 星期一

Lazy lions of the Serengeti | Fly the world in one night | Get more from your camera

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The lazy lions of the Serengeti

VIDEO: The lazy lions of the Serengeti

They call them the 'king of the jungle' but the lions of the Serengeti are more like pussycats and love nothing better than a catnap after a big feed.

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Fly the World Dinner

Flying the World Dinner with Geoffrey Thomas

Don't miss an evening of stories both funny and factual with our aviation editor Geoffrey Thomas who'll share some of his incredible experiences over dinner.

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Get more from your camera

Join Travel Lead Photographer Mogens Johansen who'll teach you how to get the best out of your camera in this hands-on photography workshop.

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Sleeping berths in the sky

Sleeping berths to make flights more comfortable

New cargo compartment sleeping berths could see passengers take long flights lying dow.

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Lions and cubs

PICTURES: Lions and cubs in Tanzania

Stephen Scourfield captures the majesty and the playfulness of the lions of the Serengeti.

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What makes us mad on flights?

What drives us nuts on flights?

A new report reveals what plane passengers find most annoying.

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Churches of Iceland

PICTURES: The churches of Iceland

These holy buildings stand out from the monochrome background.

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The West Australian - May 1, 2018

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MacPhersons hits 30m @ 1.75g/t gold at Boorara
MacPhersons has returned an intersection of 30m grading 1.75g/t gold from 130m down-hole below the Crown Jewel deposit at its Boorara gold project, just 10km east of Kalgoorlie. The company is looking to re-define its previous resource statement by increasing grades and reducing waste tonnages.
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