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This information is from my personal experience and provides information for people who are lucky enough to bring a container over, and just some basic tips about what to bring.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Selina Rosseau
08 Sep 2010
We all have several identities. For example, who we believe we are, who we wish to be, how society perceives us and how we wish for society to perceive us. We are somebody's child, parent, employee, spouse, friend and so much more. Finding our identity can be quite confusing and when we throw a move in the mix it can sometimes add to the confusion.
 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Kama J. Frankling
08 Sep 2010

A few tips for those thinking of moving to Oz. This is from my perspective of being here for six months, and is specific to Perth.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Selina Rousseau
01 Sep 2010

We arrived in Australia in November 2007, towards the end of the big drought. Shortly after our arrival, the heavens opened to the official end of said drought, leaving puddles the size of small lakes, and roads closed due to excess flooding.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Marcia Mattushek
01 Sep 2010

For the third time running, Melbourne has been awarded the prestigious ‘Ultimate Sports City' award cementing its position as the best sports city in the world. After 25 cities made the final cut, Melbourne was the clear winner ahead of Singapore and London. The next best Australia city was Sydney in fifth place.

 
 
 
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Posted by Delwynne Fife
17 Aug 2010

On our arrival in Australia, I noticed that there were many cyclists on the many cycle paths who seemed to snake and connect all over the city. And many of these cyclists had strange ‘antennae' sticking up off their helmets. My initial thought was that this was some Australian cycling fashion trend, but being the newby and not knowing any cyclists, I was too embarrassed to ask.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Marcia Mattushek
17 Aug 2010

The Minister for Immigration has announced new processing priorities which apply from 14 July 2010 for General Skilled Migration and permanent employer sponsored visas.

 
 
 
Posted in migration | Acacia Immigration Australia
Posted by Mark Webster,
17 Aug 2010

Shifting continents has a way of quietening one's voice, as if an uncertain future, unknown people and places, puts a spell on our vocal chords. This is true for me anyway. Immigrating across vast expanses seemed to steal away my inner voice, that one certainty I had, that made me, well, me.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Gretel Breytenbach
17 Aug 2010

It was unbelievable on ANZAC Day to see the number of Aussies turning out for pre-dawn memorial services to honour all the soldiers who have lost their lives at war. The only reason I was up so early was to pick up my mate Greg to catch our charter fishing boat at Raby Bay. We headed out past the islands and over some reefs one and a half hours from shore where we caught a bag of pig fish, pearl perch, rock cod and the skipper's beautiful 15kg dolphin fish, a piece of which we were given to cook for dinner. It was awesome.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Migrant Saffa
01 Aug 2010

Immigration law in Australia has undergone very significant changes over the past 12 months. Many of these changes have a political origin, in that the Australian government has responded to the economic and other pressures brought about by the global economic crisis of 2009.

 
 
 
Posted in migration |
Posted by Dr Etienne Hugo
01 Aug 2010
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