4WD hire company admits customer it was suing did nothing wrong

A prominent 4WD hire company is accused of charging for speeding fines that do not exist and misleading tourists about insurance cover in a bid to demand thousands of dollars from its customers, an ABC investigation uncovers. But one customer decided to fight back.

Coalition’s controversial backpacker tax could be killed by the courts

An international tax accounting company hopes to know by February if its legal challenge to the backpacker tax will see the controversial measure overturned.

Alipay and ‘zero-dollar’ packages: How Chinese tourists are reshaping tourism around the world

The unstoppable rise of Chinese tourists around the world is reshaping the way we pay for things and how travel packages are marketed and executed, but the billion-dollar industry has some observers concerned.