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WORKING HOLIDAY VISA IN AUSTRALIA: CHRISTMAS AT THE BEACH

Matteo Fabi moved to Australia with a working holiday visa, and he wants you to come along. Follow his footprints on ROOSTERGNN.

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Working Holiday Visa in Australia: My First 30 Days in Melbourne

Matteo Fabi moved to Australia with a working holiday visa, and he wants you to come along. Follow his footprints on ROOSTERGNN.

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Working Abroad in Australia: 5 Simple Steps Before You Go

Matteo Fabi moved to Australia with a working holiday visa, and he wants you to come along. Follow his footsteps on ROOSTERGNN.

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The Dummy’s Guide to Backpacking Australia

Backpacking Australia on a time and money budget? This guide will help you get started on planning.

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9 Ways to Take Advantage of your Melbourne Study Abroad

The nine things your advisor won’t tell you that you need to know about studying abroad in Melbourne, Australia.

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Finding Work on a Gap Year in Australia

More than a gap-year. Suzanne Koukal is going to give us some precious tips to get a job in Australia.

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$ 100 Million to Fight Domestic Violence

Domestic violence represents a social plague, Australia wants to fight it with a $100 million package.

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4 Things You Should Know Before Studying Abroad in Melbourne

Melbourne is one of the most popular student cities in the world. Here are things you should know about studying in Australia’s greatest city.

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The Revolving Door of Australian Politics

After the installation of its fifth prime minister in just five years, many in Australia are beginning to ask, ‘what happened to our democracy?’.

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To Emigrate to Oceania: Comparative Facts

Many young Europeans decide not to face the crisis and just leave, heading Australia or New Zealand. What really happens when taking such a decision.

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Rich Nations and Free Circulation of People: Australia

Australia’s rejection of asylum seekers has drawn widespread international condemnation and has begun to alter the country’s image as the land of the ‘fair go’.

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The Pointless Prime Minister

Australia’s prime minister Tony Abbott is being slammed by critics for a lack of direction as his government spirals into irrelevancy.

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Political Corruption in Australia?

Australia’s politicians are now in the firing line after undeclared political donations and extensive abuse of taxpayer’s money is revealed.

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Harbour Bridge, Sydney, Australia

Facing My Fears: Climbing the Harbour Bridge

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. I have always been that person who immediately panics at the sight of a rollercoaster, air balloon, blimp, or anything that puts me in a situation where the only option is to go one way… down. In February 2013, my fear of heights immediately kicked in as soon as I heard the words […]

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Japan, Whaling, Australia

Whales for Cows: Australia and Japan’s Tumultuous April Relationship

JAPAN / AUSTRALIA. On March 31, 2014, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled that Japan’s whaling program in the Antarctic, the second phase of Japanese Whale Research Program (JARPA II), could not be classified as scientific study and Japan had breached international obligations. The case against Japan was brought forth by Australia in May […]

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