Nowadays, remotely operated underwater vehicles are pretty much standard issue on any self-respecting expedition ship.
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Nina Karnikowski Discover the best of Europe from those who know it best - European Australians.
Steve McKenna Forget what you may have heard. The food in Iceland is (mostly) delicious.
Richard Tulloch Where else would a walk end with freely flowing wine and a lot of cheese?
Brian Johnston Le Boat has launched a new range of high-spec, self-drive boats for couples and small groups, the first of which floated out last month.
Julietta Jameson There is one building in Sweden where Leo Schofield could happily eke out the rest of his days.
Merewether surfer Philippa Anderson pushes her campaign for world tour qualification
Hunter families are being left to weigh up their options due to changes to out-of-zone enrolments.
The Matildas faced unfair criticism over the result in a trial game with the Emerging Jets boys' side.
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The History Boys marks the return of Lindsay Street Players to Young People's Theatre.