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Newly qualified nurse wants to go to oz

Started by Cheryl Apr 11. 0 Replies

Hi all, I am currently in my last 4 months of a nursing degree in the U.K. and hoping to migrate to Oz. Does anyone know how much postgrad experience is required to register with nmba? I can't find…Continue

General Family Sponsorship / Visa Query

Started by Fliss Jan 6. 0 Replies

My dad is an Australian citizen living in NSW (he became a citizen after I was born so I didn't automatically get citizenship) and my daughters father is an NZ citizen with permanent residency in…Continue

Eligible for a skilled worker 190 visa but not in the state I want to live and work in...

Started by Fliss Jan 6. 0 Replies

It appears I may be eligible for a 190 visa in Victoria but not in Queensland (where I would like to live and work) because the Queensland QSOL does not currently include my ANZSCO at the present…Continue

489 visa

Started by Alisongw Sep 30, 2017. 0 Replies

Hi thankyou for letting me joinMy husband and our family of three boys one girl have got the 489 visa to enter and stay/live/work in South Australia. Currently we are awaiting to sell our home here…Continue

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What’s new in South Australia ?

NEW WINERY SLEEP OVER: Properties set in South Australia’s wine regions Adelaide, Australia’s vineyard capital, is surrounded by some of the world’s best wine regions which are worthy of more than a day trip. With new accommodation opening in and around wineries across the state, there has never been a better time to immerse yourself [&hellip

Melbourne crowned world capital of live music

The Australian city of Melbourne has been crowned the world’s capital of live music, with more live music venues per capita than any other major global centre — including London, New York and Los Angeles. As the home of some of the world’s biggest acts, including AC/DC, Kylie Minogue and INXS, as well as Sydney [&hellip

Australia beats the UK and US with the biggest shift in tourism figures

Newly released figures have revealed Australia’s tourism industry is booming, with the country boasting an impressive 8,263,000 total tourist arrivals in 2016, a 37% increase from 2012 figures. The figures, collected by leading Australia holiday specialist, Austravel, revealed that an increase in Australian tourism rates have trumped both the UK and US, with the UK [&hellip

Australia’s newest guided bushwalking experience

A fully-guided trek along the Queensland Sunshine Coast’s spectacular Cooloola Coast will be launched in April providing an unforgettable adventure through massive sand-dunes, hidden sub-tropical rainforests and along unspoilt beaches between Noosa and Rainbow Beach. Renowned small-group trekking specialists, Tropical Treks, will offer the new Great Cooloola Walk guided trek on a fortnightly basis starting [&hellip

Share your migration experiences

  Between 1945 and 1975 some three million migrants and refugees arrived in Australia from Britain and Europe. Chosen to be young, strong and healthy workers, they were expected to rapidly integrate and ‘become good Australians by adoption’. A project by the University of Leicester questions the role health played in this huge social experiment [&hellip
 

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