Budget airfare website Bestjet accused of misleading customers

Budget airfare website Bestjet accused of misleading customers

Video will begin in 5 seconds. More video Recommended Replay video What would the ultimate airline experience look like? An airline with the best food, service and seats in the world? Traveller.com.au‘s writers name what their dream plane would feature. PT1M52S620349 Travellers have accused budget airfare website Bestjet of misleading behaviour, saying it is cancelling reservations and asking for more money for new flights. Customers told Fairfax Media the Brisbane-based company offered cheap flights but cancelled their reservations shortly after payment due to what it said were credit card concerns….

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Champ Murray: Fatherhood made me better

Champ Murray: Fatherhood made me better

“I think (having a child) changed the motivation, not just for this tournament but throughout the whole year; just every day enjoying life a little bit more,” Murray told CNN on Monday. “It’s the best thing that’s happened to me, and my tennis has gotten better as a result of it.” Moments after accepting his trophy and retreating to the clubhouse, the Scotsman was greeted by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who had been in attendance at the royal box Sunday as Murray claimed his second Wimbledon title in…

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Customers pay 92 per cent premium

Customers pay 92 per cent premium

TELSTRA customers are being forced into paying a 92 per cent premium to access its failing network despite seven major outages this year. Consumer advocacy group Choice said consumers shouldn’t be forced into paying what it called the “Telstra tax” when it was clear the network was failing on a regular basis. Choice, which looked at 53 Telstra contracts, found consumers were paying the hefty premium for no good reason and urged unhappy customers to opt out fast. Choice spokesman Tom Godfrey said it was unfair for Telstra to charge…

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Theresa May unopposed to become next British PM

Theresa May unopposed to become next British PM

Updated July 11, 2016 23:05:50 Theresa May has become the sole contender to be Britain’s next prime minister after her only rival, Andrea Leadsom, dropped out of the Conservative leadership race. Ms Leadsom, who had come in for heavy criticism after appearing to imply that she was more qualified than Ms May because she had children, said a lengthy leadership race would be “highly undesirable”. In a statement, Ms Leadsom said Ms May was “ideally placed to implement Brexit on the best possible terms for the British people”. Prime Minister…

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