FROM its humble beginnings on the Oaks Lawn at UWA in 1984 as The World Travel Fair, owned by Jetset Tours and sponsored by The Sunday Times, to its peak period in 1997 as The Get Away Holiday Expo with 180 stands, The Holiday
THINGS just aren’t what they used to be. Professional massage used to be a service performed only by beauty therapists in spas or salons for women who wanted to give themselves a little treat while their manicures dried.
THERE are few images as romantic or decadent as those of sunning yourself on the deck of a luxury 30m cruiser, surrounded by a pristine ocean of blue, filled with colourful delicate coral and interrupted only by the splashing of dolphins.
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THE rumours surrounding the opening of the new C Restaurant have taken on a life of their own with speculation that the former Hilite 33 revolving venue had been transformed into everything from a nightclub to a skimpy bar.
It’s always a little bit sad to see the silly season come to an end. After a month of parties, holidays, presents and all the stuff you just know is not good for you, it’s sometimes understandably difficult to get back into the swing of things.
CHOOSING health insurance is no mean feat. While many people hopped under the proverbial umbrella earlier in the year to take advantage of the Lifetime Health Cover, not all had the time to choose a policy which represented the best value for them.
IT MUST be a lovely feeling knowing that you’ve won something so many times that you can win no more. It must be great to have achieved so much that you’re awarded an award for the amount of awards you’ve received. Welcome to the world of Alain Fabregues