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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


Western Australia aims to attract the best and brightest

The Western Australian government has announced plans to increase its intake of overseas students. An additional Graduate Skilled Migration List will be introduced to attract the best global talent with the advanced qualifications, skills and experience and help grow Western Australia’s share of the international education market. The McGowan Government will give high achieving education [&hellip

Buyer Beware !! Henderson International New Zealand

In 2014, we ran a series of advertisements on behalf of a New Zealand based company called Henderson International ( The company claims to provide administration services for UK pension transfers to New Zealand and is run by one Jeremy Henderson, the proprietor of the company. Naturally, anyone wishing to move a substantial sum of [&hellip

Victoria welcomes its whale watching season

Until early October, Victoria’s spectacular southern coastline is prime spotting territory for humpback whales, southern right whales, blue whales and orcas – as they make their annual pilgrimage from the feeding grounds of Antarctica to give birth before raise their calves in Australia’s warmer waters. The creatures can be spotted out at sea all along [&hellip

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

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Best Options for Dementia Patients in Australia

Having a family member suffering from a difficult health condition is never easy. And if you need to take care of someone living with dementia, you’ll encounter many challenges, both physically and mentally. Therefore, it’s important to understand the condition itself, the patient’s needs and behavioural changes, so that you can decide on the best course of action for their care.Many dementia patients can stay in their own home with the help and support from their family members, paid care…See More
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Top 4 Trends in Australian Construction Industry

Reflecting the downturn in the mining sector in the last five years, construction activity in Australia has been modest through 2015 and much of the 2016. Over the forecast period of 2016-2020, the industry is expected to remain sluggish, however a pick-up in infrastructure investment might just be what’s needed to contribute to positive annual growth towards the end of the period. The increase of government spending on the education and healthcare sectors, as well various infrastructure…See More
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Finding the Ideal Retirement Community in Australia

After having worked hard forever, it’s only natural to want to get the most out of your retirement. Many people are looking to move once they retire, so they can live their best life and enjoy these peaceful years. So, what exactly should you pay special attention to, when looking for an ideal retirement community? Here are some factors you should take into consideration.Figure out your prioritiesA lot of people find themselves looking to downsize once they retire. Before you choose where to…See More
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