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Steve Collins

Steve Collins has been a broadcaster for over 40 years working, primarily, in radio in both Sydney and Perth. Steve has both produced and presented many thousands of hours of live radio and has written, produced and performed in many radio plays and comedy serials. He is an award-winning broadcaster and the recipient of a United Nations Media Peace Prize. For four years Steve was also CEO of the online travel radio station Radio Roaming, which attracted listeners from 122 countries.

Sam Chui

Image: Sam Chui Sam Chui is possibly the world’s most popular aviation enthusiast. In 1999, Chui started a website, publishing photos of aircraft. It has since expanded to include current events regarding aviation. In 2007, he started his YouTube channel and became well-known. Some of his videos gathered an excess of 60 million views. Sam has travelled...

Where is MH370?

Image: AirlineRatings.com On the 8th March 2014, Malaysian Airlines flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur for a flight to Beijing, China.  With 227 passengers and 12 crew on board, the aircraft never reached its destination. The crew of the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft last communicated with air traffic control around 38 minutes after takeoff when...

Sweden Larger than Life

Image: Ulf Grünbaum/Imagebank.sweden.se Sweden is the largest country in Scandinavia and within its borders, you’ll find beautiful cities, outstanding landscapes, contemporary designs and people who know how to enjoy life. In Sweden, they keep their traditions alive whilst embracing modernity.  The Swedes have left their mark on the world through the furniture...

Mykines the remotest part of the remote Faroe Islands

Image: Oda Andreasen The Faroe Islands are a far-flung autonomous territory of the Kingdom of Denmark, located in the North Atlantic Ocean about halfway before Norway and Iceland.  There are 18 inhabited islands in the chain, and Mykines is the furthest west of these.  In winter, the only way to get there is by helicopter. In fact, Oda Andreasen, from Go...

Virginia is for Lovers

Image: Virginia Tourism Corporation, www.Virginia.org There is so much to love about Virginia, the birthplace of the United States of America. Virginia has been using the ‘Virginia is for Lovers’ slogan since 1969, and it still works to attract people to America’s Old Dominion, which is one of its official state nicknames. What exactly is there to love about Virginia...

Manitoba where Canada’s Heart Beats

Image: TravelManitoba Canada is the second-largest country in the world, and right in its centre is the Province of Manitoba. Manitoba is prairie country but, as you head north, it does turn into Arctic Tundra. The town of Churchill on the shores of Hudson’s Bay is famous for being the polar bear capital of the world. In Churchill, you can board a gargantuan Tundra...

Successful Seattle

Image: Port of Seattle Seattle, Washington is a water city that’s sequestered between the Salish Sea (also known as Puget Sound) to its west and Lake Washington to its east. The city of Seattle is also located close to volcanoes, including magnificent Mt Rainier and the less predictable Mt St Helens.  Meaning that Seattle is a very attractive place.  It’s...

Houston Texas a true space city

Image: Visit Houston If you’ve ever imagined Houston, Texas to be a dusty, desert city you’d be supremely wrong. Houston is a very green city, which boasts four of the biggest city parks in America. Yes, there’s space-a-plenty here. Even though Houston is 80 km inland, the city boasts one of the world’s busiest ports thanks to the Houston Ship Channel which connects...

Stunning Banff Lake Louise

Image: Dan Evans Famously located within the incredibly gorgeous Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, are the towns of Banff and Lake Louise. Banff is Canada’s highest town and is located along the Trans-Canada Highway just 126 km west of Calgary and 58 km east of Lake Louise, in the midst of the Canadian Rockies. Banff is best known for its hot springs and...

St Helena a speck in the Atlantic Ocean

All images courtesy of St Helena Tourism The island of St. Helena can be very hard to find. Located in the Atlantic Ocean, 4,000 km east of Rio de Janeiro and 1,950 km west of Angola, Africa, St. Helena is a volcanic island that pokes out of the deep ocean, it’s a mere pinpoint of a map. Best known as the place where Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to live out...