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  1. Jobs and work
    Jobs in information and communications technology were the most common in Australia in 2016 and this is expected to continue into 2017 with a strong demand for health professionals as well. Nurses, midwives and paramedics were the most numerous positions advertised after the IT sector over the...
  2. Jobs and work
    There is more good news for those seeking jobs in Australia with the latest data showing that the strength of the labour market continues to be fuelled by job ad growth in the largest employing states. Most people moving to Australia want to work and live in New South Wales and Victoria and in...
  3. Visas and immigration
    Hi all, My partner (the non-Australian) got the partner visa a couple of months ago and we're arriving in Australia at the end of October. I don't currently have a job and the partner has retired and may not seek work in Australia. I had private healthcare for 7 years in the 2000s but...
  4. Business and investment
    TIDDOX Disposables is looking for distributors and sales agents, for its premium range of commercial and industrial wipes and cloths, with established channels into the following markets: Hospitality, Aged Care, Child Care, Commercial Cleaning, Automotive, Industrial/Manufacturing. Training and...
  5. Visas and immigration
    Canberra ranks as Australia's second most liveable city but although it has good schools and healthcare services it lacks quality affordable housing and a good public transport system, a survey has found. According to Canberrans, the city's most positive attributes include being a safe place...
  6. General chit-chat and news
    Almost half of Australians rate healthcare and hospitals as the leading issue going into 2011 with inflation, the cost of living, and law and order also important, according to new research. Some 48% said health care is the most important, especially older people, the first nationally...
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