The decision is expected later today.
This comes despite health concerns from Europe.
No worries on Italy and EU’s refusal to export.
As of 2020, ETIAS visa needed to enter Europe.
Australian students are headed to study abroad.
Young travellers may need to change destinations and saving plans thanks to the weakened Australian dollar, writes Tam Kendi.
99,000 fans watched Manchester City versus Real Madrid, while the A-League struggles with crowd numbers, writes Lauren Bordin.
David Moyes must again get his tactics and squad selection right when Manchester United faces Bayern Munich in the morning, writes Paul Murphy.
A glum looking World Cup winner, a giant burger and the return of the rabona headline the highlights from Europe this week, writes Chris Hearn.
Ahead of the 2012/13 Champions League Final between German powerhouses Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, Paul Bastin and Paddy Naughtin offer their thoughts and predictions for the highest honour in European club football.
After learning Southbank was once a waterfall and Federation Square is a giant trampoline, Hannah Rabe asks how well Melburnians know their city.
It has been a year of ups and downs, joy and sadness, and exhilaration and terror for people around the world. Ivana Krsteska unfolds the top events of 2012.
Contiki bus tours give travellers less flexibility, writes Toli Papadopoulos, who recommends flying solo.
Thinking about travelling the world? Why not start with Europe. upstart’s Katharina Hackler talks to Jane Brown and Brendon Hillman about their recent journey to the continent.