Sydney-based Toko Restaurant & Bar, an award winning contemporary Japanese restaurant, is set to open its first international restaurant at the Vida Downtown Hotel in Dubai next month.
After opening its doors in the trendy Syd
An Etihad Airways Airbus A340-600 performed a low-altitude aerial salute to Sydney Opera House as part of the iconic venue’s 40th birthday celebrations.
The aircraft operating the commemorative flight – EY9240 –
Kuwait-based Asiya Investments has launched an Islamic trade finance fund with $20 million in seed capital, aiming to cater to small Asian manufacturers.
Asiya, whose largest shareholder is sovereign wealth fund Kuwait Investment
More than 40,000 people from around the globe have applied for Australia's six "Best Jobs in the World", leaving Australian tourism officials with the mammoth task of paring the list down to 18 finalists.
A Samoan airline that says it is the world's first carrier to charge passengers by their weight rather than per seat defends the plan as the fairest way to fly, in some cases actually ending up cheaper than conventional tickets.
Areka Consulting has opened for business in Dubai, bringing independent travel management consulting services to corporate clients throughout the Middle East and Africa in addition to other markets worldwide.
Michel Oulevay, a sen
A new strain of the winter vomiting disease norovirus has spread to France, New Zealand and Japan from Australia and is overtaking all others to become the dominant strain in Britain, health officials said on Wednesday.
Apple fans lined up in several Asian cities to get their hands on the iPad mini on Friday, but the device, priced above rival gadgets from Google and Amazon.com, attracted smaller crowds than at the company's previous global rollouts.
Women who go through in vitro fertilisation (IVF) early in life are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer compared to those who don't undergo the treatment, according to an Australian study.
But the findings, based on a study of mor
Iran's state grains agency the Government Trading Corporation of Iran (GTC) has bought around 60,000 tonnes of Australian wheat, European traders said, continuing to add to stocks after a rush of purchases in recent months.