17 September, 2017
Life at the Sharp End of Climate Change
17 September, 2017

Life at the Sharp End of Climate Change

Euromoney, September 2017 “This is the highest point in Tarawa!” says Tetiria Kireua. “Three metres!” We are on […]
1 November, 2016

The Mersey Beat

Qantas Magazine, November 2016   Back in the early 1980s, the playwright Alan Bleasdale was looking for an […]
1 November, 2016

Where to Eat in Hong Kong Right Now: The 22 Hot Spots

Qantas Travel Insider, November 2016 Read this article here
1 October, 2016

Shangri-La Rises From the Ashes

AFR Sophisticated Traveller, October 2016 Below is the text as filed. To see the article as it ran, […]
1 September, 2016

The 10 Best Places to Eat in Kuala Lumpur

Qantas Travel Insider, September 2016 Read this article here
3 June, 2016

Restaurant Review, Whitegrass, Singapore

Qantas Travel Insider, June 3 2016 Read the review here
1 February, 2016

Iran: History In The Making

Euromoney, February 2016 It wasn’t quite John Simpson on the plane with the Ayatollah returning to Iran in […]
8 November, 2015

After They Were Famous: What Happened Next?

The Guardian/The Observer, Inner Life section, November 8 2015 Read this on The Guardian site here One day […]
2 September, 2015

Tourism in Iran: the Country Will Soon Be Opening Up Again After Years of Isolation

The Independent, September 2 2015 As the British embassy reopens in Tehran and its Iranian counterpart unlocks its […]
1 September, 2015

When is a Door not a Door?

Euromoney, September 2015 Euromoney staff have committed no end of humiliating faux pas around the world over the […]
1 September, 2015

Iran: On the Road Outside the Capital

Euromoney, September 2015  Iran is big. Iranians are fond of telling visitors that it experiences four distinct climates […]
1 September, 2015

Palestine: How Banks and Businesses Thrive Under Stress

Euromoney, September 2015  Twenty per cent year-on-year growth is a good result in anybody’s book. But when Bank […]