Falling in love in London could become a very big problem for an Aussie expat

THE EXPAT MIND: If you fall in love with someone from overseas and the relationship becomes serious, it may create a real dilemma about your future. Why and what should you do about it?

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The psychology of living overseas: Is home not your home anymore?

THE EXPAT MIND: Do Aussies who venture overseas to live do so because they don’t feel entirely at home in Australia. Are they are looking for something or somewhere different – a place where they feel that they might actually belong?

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Sara Zelenak confirmed as second Australian killed in London Bridge terror attack

Worst fears confirmed by the mother of the Aussie au pair who had been missing following Saturday’s terror attack. “This is the last thing that anybody expects to happen to their children in London,” says prime minister.

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London attack hero: Australian nurse Kirsty Boden died trying to save others, says grief stricken family

It has been confirmed that one of the fatalities in the London Bridge terror attack was Australian Kirsty Boden who in running to the aid of others was herself murdered.

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Aussie still missing following terrorist attack on London Bridge

Family still unable to contact Australian nanny Sara Zelenak who was reportedly last seen at London Bridge on the night of the latest terrorist atrocity.

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Living overseas: Why your best friends now are your fellow expats

Have you come to the realisation that you need friends around you who will recognise your altered dreams and understand how differently you see the world?

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10 things I wish I knew before moving to the UK

You might know what flip flops are, but do you know what they call undies? LAURENCE DRISCOLL helps us traverse those first few months in the UK when you come from the land down under.

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I have absolutely been spoiled by London, and it may not be a good thing

‘Culture shock’ is the term usually used for an immigrant or tourist becoming disorientated when experiencing an unfamiliar way of life. But could it apply in reverse when you are trying to integrate your way back into life after returning home?

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London terror attack: Australian resident among injured

A woman from South Australia is recovering in hospital after narrowly avoiding death in Wednesday’s horror at Westminster.

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Australia Day means even more to expats in London

It’s our great patriotic duty to demonstrate our pride by making Australia Day all it can be for everyone living so far from home. But most importantly, celebrating Australia Day when we’re miles from home is going to remind us to appreciate every little thing that much more when we eventually return back to the greatest country on Earth.

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Loving London doesn’t prevent the occasional bouts of homesickness and culture shock

To any Aussie expat experiencing any kind of culture shock or longing for home, remember that you’re not alone. But don’t lose your patriotism, and don’t lose heart.

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21 ways an Aussie expat can tell they’re becoming British

Work out if you’ve made the transition from Aussie ocker to English blue blood with this essential expat’s checklist.

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Tony Abbott now “quietly thrilled” about Brexit

Former Australian PM tells London audience he has changed his mind and is now quite excited about Britain leaving the EU.

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How well do Aussie expats integrate into London life?

OK, yes we do tend to hang out together in London, a lot. But there’s a good reason for it and the fact of the matter is most Australian expats are open-minded professionals who give back to their adopted society as much as they take out.

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London stabbing attack: Aussies injured, American murdered

Australians among victims of crazed London mass stabbing spree. American woman dead. No evidence of suspect’s radicalisation, say police.

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