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Airlines are United for Wildlife

Airlines are commitment to sustainability has been further enhanced with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) signing a declaration aimed at reducing the illegal trafficking of wildlife. Criminal gangs are exploiting the interconnected air transport network by smuggling animals or their products from the killing field to the market place, something

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New Caledonia says ‘Hello Neighbour’

Australia’s closest neighbour, New Caledonia, has launched its ‘Hello Neighbour’ campaign in an effort to continue growth in tourist numbers to the French nation. Managing Director of New Caledonia Tourism, Jean Michel Foutrein, told Kate at Captured Travel “New Caledonia has seen strong growth over the last 12 months with a

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