Cleaning can be such drudgery, especially if you don’t do it efficiently and in a timely manner. However, this isn’t the case with Australian housewives who do their spring cleaning effortlessly. Luckily, they’ve decided to share their cleaning secrets with the rest of us who struggle with this endeavour. Here’s how you can clean your home the Australian way.
Treat your cutting boards with care…Continue
Added by Isla Wright on April 12, 2017 at 13:33 — No Comments
Fresh mornings full of strong sunshine are sprinkled through February, here and there. It’s a sign that summer days are losing their pace and that autumn is ready to prepare us physically, mentally, and spiritually for colder days. You’re preparing yourself for the change, but you shouldn’t forget to prepare your dog as well, as they are a part of your family as well. Get him ready for the season change so he can enjoy it in the best way possible. The arrival of autumn means less outdoor…Continue
Added by Isla Wright on February 22, 2017 at 14:30 — No Comments
On one hand, going on any long- distance journey can be problematic from many different standpoints. Hazards of the open road, a hidden malfunction on your vehicle, and dangers of the changing road conditions are just some of the things that can go wrong. However, these are pretty common for any road trip whatsoever. On…Continue
Added by Sophie Andersen on January 23, 2017 at 12:20 — No Comments
Award winning TV production company Ricochet are creating a new documentary series about people moving to Australia.
We want to celebrate those who are taking the plunge and relocating their whole family to the other side of the world. As emigrating to Oz is something that most of us would love to do but aren't brave enough to try, we’re looking for six charismatic British families planning a new life down under to inspire the nation.
If you are…
Added by John on June 10, 2016 at 12:14 — No Comments
Our friends at Migration Associates have just relaunched their website to cope with the growing demand for moving to New Zealand. Full of useful information and advice, make sure you check it out!…Continue
Buying and selling properties are probably the biggest transactions many people ever make. This is why it is important that the whole deal goes through without any problems. There are many things that have to be checked and fees to be paid. All of this can make the whole deal be pretty exhausting. There are many things to be done and some of them can take quite a long time. In addition to that, there are many legal aspects of the transactions that have to be taken seriously. In order to make…Continue
Added by Sophie Andersen on August 20, 2015 at 12:04 — No Comments
I've been working with more than 20 people in the past 7 weeks and they have seen a spike in their job sponsorship search results, with many getting interviewsand some even landing employer sponsored…Continue
Added by Nadine Myers on May 26, 2015 at 1:21 — No Comments
These remain for the fourth year in a row at the highest levels in Australian history at 190,000 permanent residency places.
These are broken down with 128,550 for skilled migration (including General Skilled Migration, permanent Employer Sponsorship and Business Skills) and 57,400 places for family migration. The remaining places out of this 190,000 comprise 565 under the Special Eligibility stream and 3,485 for Child category migrants.
The skilled migration…Continue
Added by John on May 12, 2015 at 20:39 — No Comments
If you’re heading Down Under for Christmas this year, you should ready yourself for a few culture shocks and differences which may be a jolt to the system. From the temperature of the climate to the temperature of the food, it probably won’t be like anything else you’ve ever experienced at Christmas before. Here, we’ll go through a few of the changes you’ll experience and also a few things which might seem a little more familiar as you…Continue
Added by Fiona Mayers on December 16, 2014 at 16:50 — No Comments
Good news! It’s become easier for you to fulfil your dreams and make the move Down Under!
The Australian government has recently implemented changes to the sub 457 visa, more commonly known as the working visa. The review of the working visa has come about in an attempt to boost the Australian economy by attracting more skilled foreign workers.
What is the 457 visa?
The working visa allows thousands of skilled prospective expatriates to…Continue
Added by Fiona Mayers on November 14, 2014 at 8:55 — No Comments
Added by lshort on March 13, 2014 at 9:27 — No Comments
Hiya everyone, my husband and i have started the process of migrating down under and will be going to Perth. I would really like to hear from people who have made the move or anyone living in Perth preferable in the Secret Harbor area! really would like to know about schools; primary, secondary or even pre-school as we've got 4 children 15,9,5 and 2. My husband is a carpenter and i am a T.A and was wondering if there was much jobs in those field in or near Secret Harbor? also we…Continue
|MENTOR ME” – JUMP START YOUR CAREER IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
International Work Experience Programme Launched
|February 2014: YOUNG Brits have the opportunity of a lifetime to undertake a month-long work placement in South Australia…|
Added by LianeV on February 4, 2014 at 17:08 — No Comments
Its true! Changes were made to the Australian Migration Law last year, and now its possible to sponsor yourself.
Its not easy though, and its not a common way to get here, but if you've run out of all other options, flick me an email and we'll give you information and/or help you go through the process.
Got a question about moving to Australia? The experts (registered migration agents) at 'Australia and New Zealand Magazine' may be able to help. Send your question, explaining your situation in a bit of detail to: email@example.com
Added by LianeV on December 17, 2013 at 0:39 — No Comments
Jobs in Australia at Down Under Live
We have literally hundreds of jobs available at our Glasgow event, this weekend at the SECC.
Healthcare - GP’s, dentists, midwives, nurses, ICU staff, radiographers, midwives, phsyiotherapists, massage therapists
Trades – Carpenters, electricians, plumbers, air conditioning mechanic, boilermaker/fabricator,…
My own personal experience as an expat moving interstate numerous times alerted me to understanding the real concerns and important considerations faced by families when undertaking a move interstate or overseas. I understand the stress involved having to leave loved ones and all the comforts of home.
Added by Jacqueline Armstrong on September 15, 2013 at 5:49 — No Comments
Online expo aims to help civil construction workers build a new life in Christchurch
Civil construction and engineering workers interested in a life changing move to New Zealand to work on Christchurch’s horizontal infrastructure rebuild are being encouraged to attend an innovative online event taking place on Sunday August 25.
Run by Immigration New Zealand and the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT), the interactive online…Continue
Added by LianeV on August 19, 2013 at 23:57 — No Comments
New Zealand searching for spatial scientists to fill skill gap
Added by LianeV on July 22, 2013 at 12:05 — No Comments