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Celebrity Cruises Begins Construction of Celebrity Reflection

Wednesday April 20, 2011
Steel-cutting ceremony marks start of fifth in five-ship Solstice Class fleet

Uniworld Boutique River Cruises christens Super Ship Antoinette

Wednesday April 20, 2011
Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has christened its new Super Ship, the S.S. Antoinette, in an inauguration ceremony at the Port of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Local dignitaries, agency partners and suppliers joined the Uniworld team for the significant occasion on the 19th of March.

Silversea's Northern Europe 2011

Wednesday April 20, 2011
Silversea is offering a fascinating range of Northern European voyages throughout 2011 aboard the 296-guest Silver Cloud and the 382-guest Silver Whisper.

Princess Cruises Scores AFL Broadcast

Wednesday April 20, 2011
Princess Cruises has kicked another goal for Australian passengers, with the cruise line announcing that it has signed a contract to broadcast the 2011 season of the Australian Football League on its local fleet.

Lights, Camera, Ocean Views!

Wednesday April 20, 2011
Proving once again that 'innovation' is synonymous with the Royal Caribbean brand, the cruise line commissioned a ground breaking film project featuring Hollywood A-Listers Jenny McCarthy and James Brolin.

KERRI POTTHARST BEACH VOLLEYBALL CHAMPION

Friday April 1, 2011
What was your first car?

The man who unsank the Patts Titanic

Friday April 1, 2011
"AFTER a bushfire no one wants to work with you, clients don't want to work with you, creatives don't. It's a fickle business, advertising, everyone wants to hang out at the cool place."

FOOTBALL BRIEFS

Friday April 1, 2011
CRITICISM NO WORRY

Berlusconi launches island charm offensive

Friday April 1, 2011
He came, he saw, he promised the world. Paola Totaro reports.

Berlusconi promises to end the 'invasion of migrants'

Friday April 1, 2011
SILVIO BERLUSCONI, dressed in head-to-toe midnight blue and sporting a microphone like the cruise ship crooner he once was, has made a lightning visit to Lampedusa, pledging to empty the little island of refugees, nominate local citizenry for a Nobel peace prize - and buy himself a holiday home.

Boy had roamed before tragedy

Friday April 1, 2011
AN AUTISTIC boy seen wandering barefoot and in a nappy across a busy Geelong highway before he was struck and killed by an express train was a serial runaway.

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