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  1. Visas and immigration
    Increasing costs, especially for medical cover, are affecting retired British expats in Australia, with some speaking out about having to leave the country as a result. Retired British expats in Australia receive their state pensions but they are not increased in line with inflation as they are...
  2. Visas and immigration
    British people now living in Australia love their new lifestyle and believe they are healthier, wealthier and happier, new research has found. 8 in 10 British expats in Australia cite the natural environment and quality of life for their children as the number one reason for moving there...
  3. Jobs and work
    Feeling the economic pinch, a large number of young British gals and lads are trooping down under on an Australian Working Holiday Visa binge. The crunching recession in the UK has forced more than 200,000 students to forego university study this year and as new graduates are equally having a...
  4. Visas and immigration
    Karen moved from England to Australia in 2007 with her husband. A lot of people reading this will know, from personal experience, that some people's emigration journeys are a lot easier than others. In these Expat interviews I have spoken to many individuals who found making the decision to...
  5. International Travel
    Terri is originally from the UK but moved to New Zealand, with her Husband and youngest son, three years ago. Poor old Terri has had her sights set on New Zealand for an awfully long time but one thing or another has always ended up stopping her from moving. 'We're probably slightly older...
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