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  1. Hi we have been in Melbourne (western suburbs) for a year, and bought a ford focus. Been having problems putting it into 1st and reverse and need to take it to a reliable garage. Can anyone recommend someone for me, OR is there a Brit mechanic out there that can take a look and do the work... Thanks Elaine
  2. Hi, Selling my Ford Focus 1.8 hatchback - bought it back in march when we arrived in Perth great car just been serviced, good condition. Genuine reason for sale. If your looking for a reliable cheap to run car dont miss this - priced to sell quickly. 115k miles - $8500 ono 0425 691680 Tina (Kallaroo).
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    2004 Ford Focus For Sale

    Hey Guys I am selling my beloved Ford Focus due to moving back to the UK in feb. 2004 Ford Focus. Mint Condition When I Purchased The Car In May 2010 I Took Out A 36 Month Warrany Poilcy So The Car Still Has A Remaining 29 Months Warranty On It. Rego Until The End July 2011 Only Had 2 Owners 4 Recentley Brand New Goodyear Tyres 29 Months Warranty Low Ks (59600) Aftermarket Alarm Cd Player Tinted Windows F.S.H Recently Serviced at 55079 Ks Service Log Book/Owners Manual Sporty Looking Alloy Wheels Front Fog Lights 1.8i Zetec Engine 5 Speed Manual Audio Control Stalk On Steering Wheel Genuie Focus Carpet Foor Mats Blue/White Extra Vision Headlights Installed (Orignal Headlights Included In The Sale) Diamond White Immaculate Condition $10,000 ONO./ Open To Reasonable Offers If you would like any more info/pics please contact me I am In woodvale Western Australia Cheers James
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    Ford focus 08 cl for sale

    [ATTACH]2125[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]2126[/ATTACH]FOR SALE FORD FOCUS 08 CL LT, REGO UNTIL MARCH 2011, UNLEADED, 50K, COLOUR TONIC, FULL FORD SERVICE HISTORY, ONE LADY OWNER, REASON FOR SALE RELOCATION BACK TO UK. VERY GOOD CONDITION, $13,750ono. NORTH LAKES BRISBANE, CONTACT LESLEY ON 0416189534. CAN BE VIEWED ON CARSALES.COM.AU
  5. :arghh: COSTS OF REALLY TAKONG CARS AND FURNITURE:notworthy:
  6. les-babs1315@hotmail.com

    Australia to Focus Imigration policy on Skills

    On the BBC web site today. Australia seeks skilled migrants Australia's immigration minister, Chris Evans, has announced policy changes to attract more highly skilled workers. He criticised the current trend for new arrivals to sign up for cookery or hairdressing courses to gain residency. Mr Evans said Australia would abolish the current list of 106 skills in demand and review a points test used to assess migrants. His comments were welcomed by the mining sector, which is struggling to meet China's demand for raw materials. "We had tens of thousands of students studying cookery and accounting and hairdressing because that was on the list and that got them through to permanent residency," Mr Evans told Australian radio. Catering to high-end "We want to make sure we're getting the high-end applicants," the immigration minister said. “ We need the people on the job now and the demand going forward will be even greater as these projects get off the ground ” Steve Knott Australian Mines and Metals Association He said the new immigration intake would focus on health workers, including more doctors and nurses, as well as engineering and mining. Australia's mining sector is struggling to find tens of thousands of staff to support major firms like BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto as they expand to meet China's growing demand for resources. "We need the people on the job now and the demand going forward will be even greater as these projects get off the ground," Australian Mines and Metals Association Chief Executive Steve Knott told Australian radio. "The boom in the resources sector, particularly in the north-west of Western Australia, has been quite strong so we welcome the decision that has been made," he said. Fraud reports Many overseas students from Asia seek residency in Australia after completing vocational courses at private colleges, usually in hairdressing and catering. Education experts have been calling on Australia to overhaul its foreign student sector after reports of fraud and that students were using the system purely to gain residency in Australia. Last year 170,000 people applied to live and work permanently in Australia as skilled migrants, but there were just 108,100 places available, he said. Mr Evans added that all lower-skilled applications lodged before 1 September 2007, when English language skills and work experience requirements were easier, would have their applications withdrawn and application fees worth A$14 million ($12.15 million) refunded. Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows that 4.4 million people in Australia were born overseas Les
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    Ford Focus For Sale - Perth

    [ATTACH]1340[/ATTACH]2007 Grey Ford Focus LS For Sale. 5 Speed manual, CD / Radio. A/C, Central locking, Window Tints, Cruise Control, 4 New Pirrelli Tyres, 44,000 k's Excellent Condition 7 Months Rego Full Service History Edit - Car now sold $14,000 Kinross, NOR Please PM For Pics and Further Details,
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