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Fly Qantas business class using American Airlines points

Here's a tip that's going to make your business travel budget go a lot further – and ensure you continue to fly in style. It's a way to fly Qantas business class from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to Singapore, Hong Kong or Tokyo for only $2,000 return. Also on the menu: a $2,000 business class round-trip from Sydney to Shanghai, Beijing or ...

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Book Virgin Australia’s Melbourne-Hong Kong flights using points

Virgin Australia Velocity members can now book non-stop flights from Melbourne to Hong Kong using their Velocity points – here’s how it’s done, whether you have enough points to snare a business class suite or a humble economy class seat. Step 1: Searching for Virgin Australia Melbourne-Hong Kong reward flights Begin by heading ...

The West /
Polish govt fans cheer reform against 'communist judges'

Warsaw - Polish flags in hand and the icon of the Holy Virgin on their chests, a handful of government supporters gathered outside parliament to ...

ABT /
What do you want in a transcontinental Boeing 737 business class?

TALKING POINT | Domestic business class is back on the radar, and in a big way. Australia's transcontinental trek between east coast capitals ...

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Hong Kong Airport to debut world's slowest 'fast-track' channel?

Hong Kong International Airport plans to launch a fast-track security lane in September 2017, with Cathay Pacific among the airlines lined up to ...

The Brisbane Times /
Xi Jinping warns democracy protesters in Hong Kong not to cross 'red line'

Xi implicitly rejected the criticism that Beijing was increasingly interfering in Hong Kong's affairs,

The Brisbane Times /
Australian uni graduate Avery Ng attacked in Hong Kong

Avery Ng had previously told Fairfax Media that after his earlier release from detention "thugs" had trailed him home

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The Brisbane Times /
Why a Melbourne uni graduate will be protesting on Hong Kong's streets today

Avery Ng was a management consultant but now he is fighting for democracy in Hong Kong.

The Brisbane Times /
Hong Kong protesters arrested ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's arrival

Twenty-six activists were arrested for causing a public nuisance after they climbed onto a monument gifted by China.

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