Where in the world should you live? Survey says: Australia

Where is best to live, work, be seen and find a date? Australia is doing pretty well in all departments.

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Returning to Australia: The downsides of leaving the global fast life ...

Top three drawbacks awaiting you at home when you return from London and your travels.

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Happier, healthier, wealthier: the British love living in Australia

British migrants to Australia are loving the Aussie life, according to a new survey.

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Migration’s role in Australia’s population history

The development of Australia’s population and society relies heavily on migration, as statistic show.

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Thinking of moving to Australia? You could be ‘Wanted Down Under...

You could be on Wanted Down Under’, a BBC’s popular reality series showing Britons considering the move to The Lucky Country’ just what to expect.

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Migrant health deteriorates after moving to Australia

Feeling ill? You may have been living in Australia too long since migrating.

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Australia: A cultural, ethnic and political melting pot

New research revealed that the Australian population consists of people born in more than 252 places.

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26% of Australians were born overseas

Over a quarter of the Australian population are foreign born migrants, according to the last Census, and where they settle in the country may well depend on where they came from.

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Changes to Occupational Ceilings could affect you

This month has seen some notable changes to the Australian General Skilled Migration programme. Have a look to see how your profession could be affected.

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UN Report: 25% of British migrants are living in Australia

A recent report by the United Nations ‘Trends in International Migrant Stock’ confirmed that of the 5 million Brits not living in their native UK 1.3 million have opted to take root in Australia.

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