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  1. woody123

    Looking for a top agent.....

    Hi guys, Am just asking around for any info on good migration agents here in UK. Any recommendations? We had some bad luck earlier this year with one particular company (sorry can't say who) but we are now up and running and are looking for an agent who we can trust to do the job and get us to sunny Oz! Any info would be much appreciated. Cheers Woody.:unsure:
  2. http://bettereducation.com.au/Results/Hsc.aspx http://bettereducation.com.au/school/secondary/nsw/nsw_top_secondary_schools.aspx
  3. Hi Everyone, I thought I would do my little bit by posting some information on this site regarding shipping costs ets....I have got so much information from POI...I thought it was time to see if I can help others in return. I looked long and hard into shipping as it can be a considerable cost. I decided to get the following company's out to quote my removals: Pickfords =£4000.00 PSS International =£2860.00 White & Company =£2685.00 Excess International =£2877.00 John Mason =£ 2650.00 Doree Boner =£2613.00 Crown Relocation =£3779.00 Anglo Pacific =£3999.00 I used the same speech for every company that came round to quote as I wanted the best overall quote and estimate on cubic feet. I specified that I would flat pack as much of my furniture as possible as this can save you tens if not hundreds of cubic feet in your removals. My first quote was from Pickfords who decided that I would need sole use of a 20ft container and that it would cost me 4k....I was a little surprised at first as i thought in my own mind that we would only need part, due to the fact we had no fridge or freezer and our main bedroom wardrobes were built in. I was in fact glad on the next quote that I had other companies to price, as PSS said I was only part container at 597 cubic feet.....This excercise went on for the next two weeks...as you can see from above list the cost varies a little and most companies were close on cubic feet except for Anglo Pacific & Pickfords. As a note 5 of the companies came in at 592 - 620 cubic feet of each other!!!! I decided to get the closest 4 to re-evaluate there costs to see if I could lower the price...three of them did...inbox me for details on those and prices...I can also send you an inventory of exactly what we are sending so you can gauge a price on your own belongings. I hope this is of use to anyone seeking removals!...if you require any further information drop me a line! All the best! Si:biggrin:
  4. Any input is appreciated..thank you..:biggrin: Northern Territory at top end for job vacancies http://cfd.net.au/home/article/northern-territory-at-top-end-for-job-vacancies-20110331-81858.html
  5. The Pom Queen

    Pakenham - Victorias top selling suburb

    I can remember when Pakenham was just fields:wideeyed: A breakdown of the state's top-selling suburbs puts Pakenham at the top of the list, with 781 houses sold in the year to June, according to property research firm RP Data. The numbers include house-and-land packages. The suburb, popular with first-home buyers, has also stood its ground at a time when Melbourne's median house price has fallen by about 8 per cent. Pakenham's median house price rose 4.6 per cent in the year to August, although prices have begun to ease in recent months. Berwick and Frankston have also remained popular with buyers, recording 778 and 650 house sales each. Both suburbs also have defied a falling market, with the median house price in Berwick rising 2.3 per cent in the year to August, while it remained flat in Frankston. Harcourts Pakenham director Peter Blackwood said the area's affordability, as well as new developments such as the $80 million Pakenham Marketplace, had kept it popular with buyers. An entry-level, three-bedroom home on a standard block costs between $320,000 and $350,000. "I think it's safe to say the market here has performed better than most over the past 12 months," Mr Blackwood said. "It's an affordable area that is only 50 minutes to the CBD and an hour from the airport, and there is new infrastructure opening that will bring employment." Mr Blackwood said the area had also benefited from buyers downsizing from larger houses in more expensive suburbs. "What we have found over the past 12 months is that a lot of our buyers have been downsizing where they are looking to knock off a chunk of their mortgage," he said. Other suburbs high on Melbourne's sale list include Point Cook (771), Craigieburn (576), Werribee (574), Hoppers Crossing (560), Sunbury (559), Reservoir (461) and Mornington (429). Real Estate Institute of Victoria spokesman Robert Larocca said Melbourne's outer-ring suburbs had experienced smaller price falls than their top-end counterparts located within a 10km ring of the CBD. "We've found that the more affordable suburbs are more likely to experience reasonable demand in a softer market," he said. "That is all on the back of the supply shortage that was experienced in Melbourne. That is easing because our population rate is coming back and our builders are building more homes, but there is still strong demand from the average family looking for an average home." The snapshot comes as a review of Melbourne's real estate market shows the number of properties sold slumped to a 15-year low in the year to June. Melbourne recorded 72,666 property sales during the last financial year, 23.1 per cent below the previous 12-month period and the lowest transaction volume since the 1995-1996 financial year, when only 61,156 properties were sold. Across Victoria, 98,888 sales were recorded in the year to June, 21.2 per cent down on the previous 12-month period and the lowest transaction volume since the 1996-1997 financial year when 94,710 properties were sold. In dollar terms, the value of property sold in Melbourne in the year to June weighed in at about $43 million, close to 19 per cent below the value sold in the previous 12-month period. The total value of property sold across the state in the last financial year came in at $51.1 million, down 17.3 per cent on the previous 12-month period.
  6. The Pom Queen

    2011 Top 10 Hotels in Australia

    Melbourne's Langham Hotel took out the top spot in the best Australian city hotels category for the third year in a row.
  7. http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8367425/darwin-makes-lonely-planets-top-city-list I'll second that:jiggy:
  8. At No 10 WIND YOURSELF UP ALONG THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD One of the nation’s most spectacular drives, the Great Ocean Road in built into steep seaside cliffs in Victoria. Spectacular sights along the way include the famous Twelve Apostles and various shipwrecks. It is also home to the most popular surf coast of Victoria, with its beaches often deserted.
  9. 1. If you build it, they can come. Instead of simply posting your résumé on a Web site, take it one step further and design an easily-navigable Web site or online portfolio where recruiters can view your body of work, read about your goals and obtain contact information. 2. Check yourself to make sure you haven’t wrecked yourself. Google yourself to see what comes up and what potential employers will see if they do the same. If you don’t like what you find, it’s time to do damage control. 3. Narrow your options. Many job boards offer filters to help users refine their search results more quickly. You should have the option to narrow your job search by region, industry and duration, and, oftentimes, you can narrow it even more by keywords, company names, experience needed and salary. 4. Go directly to the source. Instead of just applying for the posted job opening, one of the best strategies to finding a job is to first figure out where you want to work, target that company or industry and then contact the hiring manager. Also, many employers’ career pages invite visitors to fill out candidate profiles, describing their background, jobs of interest, salary requirements and other preferences. 5. Find your niche with industry Web sites. Refine your search even more by visiting your industry’s national or regional Web site, where you can find jobs in your field that might not appear on a national job board. More and more employers are advertising jobs on these sites in hopes of getting a bigger pool of qualified applicants. 6. Try online recruiters. Recruiters will help match you with jobs that meet your specific skills and needs. Not sure where to start? Sites such as recruiterlink.com, onlinerecruitersdirectory.com, searchfirm.com and i-recruit.com provide links to online headhunters for job seekers. 7. Utilize video résumés. Video résumés are just one more way to stand out to employers. Intended as supplements to not replacements for traditional résumés, video résumés allow job seekers to showcase a little bit of their personalities and highlight one or two points of interest on their résumés. 8. Run queries. You run searches on everything else, from your high school sweetheart to low-fat recipes, so why not jobs? Enter a query that describes the exact kind of job you’re seeking and you may find more resources you wouldn’t find otherwise (but be prepared to do some sorting). 9. Utilize job alerts. Most job boards have features that allow you to sign up to receive e-mail alerts about newly available jobs that match your chosen criteria. Or go a step further and arrange an RSS (really simple syndication) feed from one of these job sites to appear on your customized Internet homepage or your PC’s news-reader software. 10. Get connected. How many times have you been told that it’s not what you know, but who you know? Thanks to the emergence of professional networking sites like LinkedIn.com, job seekers no longer have to rely on the old standby of exchanging business cards with strangers. These sites are composed of millions of industry professionals and allow you to connect with people you know and the people they know and so forth. (A word of caution: When you sign up for online social networking sites, you are in a public domain. Unless you are able to put a filter on some of your information, nothing is private, and it can be difficult to erase once it is posted.)
  10. Not sure if anyone has done this but I am interested in the top 5 reasons why people decided to make the move to Australia. I will start with mine! 1. Warmer weather with milder winters. 2. A more outdoor lifestyle (all of which its has so far lived upto - lots of great national parks and some of the best beaches in the world). 3. Cheaper housing prices (still cheap in comparison to the UK - but catching up quickly). 4. Better working conditions - with less emphasis on work and more on enjoying life. (I still work 9-5 Mon-Fri but am generally happier in my working environment compared to before in the UK). 5. Living in open spaces and less of feeling closed in which is typical of many of the places in the UK. These would be my top 5 am sure I could think of many more.
  11. Cerberus1

    World's top universities

    The World University Rankings report for 2011/2012 has just been released. The report ranks the top 300 universities in the world:- overall, by subject rank area, and as voted by employers. The UK fares well with 4 universities in the world's top 10, with Cambridge taking out the top spot. The top 10 is as follow: University of Cambridge Harvard University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Yale University University of Oxford Imperial College London UCL (University College London) University of Chicago University of Pennsylvania Columbia University Elsewhere in the top 50: 20 Edinburgh 26 Australian National University 27 Kings College London 29 University of Manchester 30 University of Bristol 31 University of Melbourne 38 University of Sydney 48 University of Queensland 49 University of New South Wales 50 University of Warwick Full results available @ http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/world-university-rankings
  12. tonyman

    note book,net book and lap top

    can any one tell me what the main difference is between these names , what does one do that the other cant..........and is it worth getting a 1gb ram these days
  13. just had 4 guys in from john mason packing our belongings to begin the journey to sydney. just want to compliment the removals team. the four men were professional, helpful and knowledgeable. we were told when quoting that we wre about 200 cubic feet over the 20ft container so has resigned ourselves to leaving a few possesions here or paying a £1000 for a shared container. Eric and the rest of the lads went the extra mile to fill that container to the rafters and got everything in!! there wasnt any unfilled void. they even specially dismantled some things such as an odd shaped wardrobe and a chest of draws to make sure we wouldnt be leaving anything. credit where credit is due, thanks lads
  14. Right this is it: I am in VICTORIA I moved into the rental in March with a *major* rental agent. To cut a very long story short it was filthy and garden overgrown, grill was not working - this was specified on moving but said it would be fixed urgently. I report that the oven turns itself up and down and only 2 of the 4 stove rings work. Fast forward 2 weeks and the landlord decides to move rental agent to another *major* rental agent in Mornington!:swoon: I go through the story with her and she promises to follow it up. 27 workmen later the landlord has chosen who will fit the new oven and stove by a plumber, the electrician needs to come in and a cabinet maker to complete the 70's kitchen look... GREAT!:nah: We are now in July, I have had the oven and stove sat delivered in my lounge room and no date for installing only that it will be July... AM I WITHIN MY RIGHTS TO ASK FOR A RENT REDUCTION?? I CANNOT (really) COOK DUE TO THE OVEN THERMOSTAT GOING UP AND DOWN, A CONDEMMED GRILL AND 2 STOVES TO MAKE A FAMILY MEAL FOR 4? I am soooo over all this please help :cry: Can I also add we have remulched all the front garden beds, cut back all the horrid wavering creeper plants and made the place look so much better. At the 3 month inspection I really emphasised the need to get it sorted with obviously no success :frown:
  15. Where the heck do you put the fabric conditioner? Fed up of crunchy clothes! I'm sure any moment someone is going to make me go - doh!!!!!:idea:
  16. Hi, Looking at areas in PERTH. Medium budget. Schools. How far from shops? Parks? Beach? I have 3 small kids... Hubby will work away. Need friendly/social area. Any idea/ comments....
  17. * Tap Inn @ The Kent Town Hotel, Kent Town * Cafe Verde, Fairview Park * Zapata's Mexican Restaurant, North Adelaide * Jasmin Indian Restaurant, Adelaide * Yum Sing Chinese Restaurant, Old Reynella * The Lion Hotel, North Adelaide * Belmondo Ristorante, Holden Hill * The Hahndorf Inn, Hahndorf * 42nd Street Cafe, Modbury * Strand Cafe Restaurant The, Glenelg * Cibo Espresso, Adelaide * Beck's Bakehouse, Melrose Park * Pizza Bite, Redwood Park * Fasta Pasta, Salisbury * Swedish Tarts, Semaphore * Caffe Bravo, Norwood * Citi Zen Chinese Restaurant, Adelaide * Birdwood's Cafe Blumberg, Birdwood * The Elephant Walk, North Adelaide * Ginling Chinese Restaurant, South Plympton * Bracegirdles House of Fine Chocolate, Glenelg * Rundle Spices, Adelaide * Hampstead Hotel, Collinswood * Hogs Breath Cafe, Adelaide * Bonanza Dial-a-Pizza, Craigmore * Blue Gums Hotel, Fairview Park * Namaste Nepalese Restaurant, Parkside * Kwik Stix, Bedford Park * Cafe Bravo, West Lakes * Zootz Kitchen Bar, Henley Beach * Semaphore Palais by the Sea, Semaphore * Pizza Hut Dine-In, Marion * East Taste Cafe, Adelaide * Para Hills Select Chickens, Para Hills * Gloria Jean's Coffee, Glenelg * Windy Point Restaurant & Cafe, Belair * The Cupcake Boutique, Aldinga * Kefi Greek Cuisine, Glenelg North * Boost Juice, Adelaide * Ruby Raja, Tea Tree Gully * Richmond Village Chinese Restaurant, Marleston * Double Dragon Chinese Restaurant, Aberfoyle Park * Beyond India Restaurant, North Adelaide * Market 190, Mclaren Vale * Seacliff Beach Hotel, Seacliff * Hudsons Coffee, Adelaide * Tin Cat Cafe, Kent Town * Flagstaff Hotel, Darlington * Hotel Balhannah, Balhannah * Scoozi Cafe, Adelaide
  18. found out my 457 had been granted this morning and there are no 101 things buzzing round my head as i only have 5 or so weeks to get everything sorted... I've not really been terribly proactive (didn't want to jinx anything) in the lead up to this moment (although i have done my research) but wondered what the most important things i should be concentrating on.... 1. flights 2. accommodation 3. leaving party 4. removals/shipping 5. new job 6. bank/finances 7. passport (visa stamp) etc etc - in no real order but what do you think.... I'm bound to forget something!!
  19. Any tips on the top 10 areas in Geraldton going by: 1. Rental price 2. Schools 3. Shops 4. Accessibility
  20. Sorry about the spelling mistake.:eek: Sydney in the top 10 of best cities in the world to live according to forbes who have the reputation of being the best at these types of lists. I have never considered Sydney but like the write up about it...anyone living there and would like to tell me your honest opinion of it 10. Sydney - Australia 9. Bern, Switzerland 8. Frankfurt, Germany 7. Munich, Germany 6. Düsseldorf, Germany 5. Vancouver, Canada 4. Auckland, New Zealand 3. Geneva, Switzerland 2. Zurich, Switzerland 1. Vienna, Austria http://www.forbes.com/2010/05/25/worlds-best-cities-lifestyle-real-estate-mercer-vienna-geneva_slide_2.html
  21. Hi all Just wondering if anyone can advise if it is worth our while in bringing our hard top for our BMW Convertible...we are heading to Perth and we are unsure as to whether we will use it over there or not??? We got the Hard Top as an extra as the winters here in Ireland are cold!!!! But obviously with different weather in Perth, we are thinking we should sell the top before we go??? Any suggestions appreciated. Many thanks Sue:cute:
  22. * Max Brenner The Chocolate Bar, Parramatta * Harry's Cafe De Wheels, Woolloomooloo * T2 Tea, Sydney * Cafe Sydney, Sydney * Paul's Famous Hamburgers of Sylvania, Sylvania * Hurricane's Grill & Bar, Sydney * Outback Steakhouse, North Strathfield * Tetsuya's Restaurant, Sydney * Bourke St Bakery, Surry Hills * Campos Coffee, Newtown * Wagaya, Haymarket * Iron Chef Chinese Seafood Restaurant, Cabramatta * Makoto, Chatswood * Winston Gardens Chinese Restaurant, Winston Hills * Seoul Ria, Sydney * Thai Pothong, Newtown * Mizuya Japanese Restaurant And Karaoke, Sydney * Kings Charcoal Chicken, Campbelltown * Subway, Parramatta Westfield * Pasticceria Papa, Haberfield * Gourmet Pizza Kitchen, Chatswood * Pepper Lunch, Sydney * Burwood Plaza Seafoods, Burwood * Thai I m Restaurant, Parramatta * Gelatomassi, Newtown * Aria Restaurant, Sydney * Danny's Seafood Restaurant, La Perouse * Summer Salt Restaurant, Cronulla * La Piazza, Bankstown * The Italian Bowl, Newtown * The Malaya, Sydney * Bourke Street Bakery, Surry Hills
  23. * Chatters Cafe & Restaurants, Morley * Witch's Cauldron Restaurant, Subiaco * Alfreds Kitchen, Guildford * Moon Cafe, Northbridge * Viet Hoa Chinese Vietnamese Restaurant, Perth * Ciao Italia, South Perth * Ohnamiya Japanese Takeaway Food, Applecross * Siena's, Leederville * The Red Herring, East Fremantle * Jaws Sushi, Northbridge * Yuki Japanese Restaurant, Willetton * Hippo Creek, Hillarys * Little Caesars Pizzaeria, Mundaring * Kulcha Cafe And Noodle House, Joondalup * Atrium Restaurant, Burswood * The Last Drop Brewery, Canning Vale * Christinas Restaurant, Victoria Park * Spaghi Italian Restaurant, South Perth * Taurus Hawker Foods, Willetton * **** Cafe, Warwick * Mille Cafe, Inglewood * Seizan Japanese Restaurant, Perth * Bayswater Hotel Bistro, Bayswater * Chutney Mary's, Subiaco * Taka's Kitchen, Perth * The Junction Ice Creamery, Midland * Matsuri Japanese Restaurant, Perth * The Gate Bar And Bistro, Success * Chocolateria San Churro, Fremantle * Chi Restaurant, Victoria Park * The Indian Ocean Brewhaus And Grill, Mindarie * Chatters Cafe & Restaurants, Midland * Ruocco's Pizza Bar & Restaurant, South Fremantle * Jesters Pies, Joondalup * Mai Thai Restaurant, Alfred Cove * Cioccolato Espresso, Applecross * Subiaco Hotel, Subiaco * Welcome Inn Tea House, Perth * Lok's Kitchen, Thornlie * Sundays Everyday, Myaree * Heros Pizza, Como * Marco's Pizza, Joondanna * Alure Restaurant, Burswood * **** Cafe, Mandurah * Dear Friends, Caversham * Sorrento Restaurant, Northbridge * Madzoon, Cannington * Jus Burgers, Leederville * Imp Cafe, Victoria Park * Bollywood Rest O Bar, Innaloo
  24. * Three Monkeys Coffee & Tea House, West End * A Salt And Battery, St Lucia * Yatala Pie Shop, Yatala * Elio's Osteria Restaurant, Carina Heights * A Night In India, Toowong * House of Fu, Toowong * Sono, Hamilton * Mango Hill Tavern, Mango Hill * Brett's Wharf, Hamilton * Punjabi Palace Restaurant and Take Away, South Brisbane * Manly Hotel, Manly * Hanaichi Sushi Bar & Dining, Brisbane * Ahmets Turkish Restaurant, South Brisbane * The Pizza Cafe, St Lucia * Rochedale Deli Cafe, Rochedale * Malaya Corner, Sunnybank * The Royal Thai Orchid, Milton * Fancy Fish, Runcorn * Roman Empire Bar Restaurant, Carindale * Freestyle Tout, Fortitude Valley * Pig 'n' Whistle, Brisbane * Earth & Sea Pizza, Wilston * Pizza Capers, Parkinson * Hanaichi, Upper Mount Gravatt * Thai Boupha, Springfield Lakes * Montezuma's Mexican Restaurant, Taringa * Tomato Brothers Restaurant, Clayfield * Ginga, South Brisbane * Oyama Japanese Restaurant, Fortitude Valley * Boost Juice, Brisbane * Fiasco's Steakhouse The Morrison Hotel, Woolloongabba * Ecco Bistro, Brisbane * Thai Orchid, Upper Mount Gravatt * Gloria Jean's Coffees, Carindale * Starbucks, Brisbane * Kedron Wavell RSL, Chermside * Cactus Jacks Bar & Grill, Loganholme * Toni's Restaurant & Pizza, Upper Mount Gravatt * Earth And Sea Pizza, Taringa * The Lighthouse Restaurant, Cleveland * Burger Urge, New Farm * Mado Restaurant, South Brisbane * The Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant, Birkdale * The Purple Olive, Fortitude Valley * The Lido Woodfired Decadence, Ascot * Hog's Breath Cafe, Loganholme * Thai Orchid, Springwood * Montezumas Mexican Restaurant, Mount Gravatt * Quan Thanh, West End * Noop, Gumdale
  25. I just posted this on the http://www.lifeinvictoria.com forum but thought it may be of interest here as well: * Misty's 1950's Diner, Prahran * The Vegie Bar, Fitzroy * Sampe's Pizza, Mooroolbark * Miss Marple's Tea Room, Sassafras * High Tech Burrito - Mexican Restaurant Melbourne, Melbourne * Margherita Pizza & Pasta, Lower Plenty * Bimbo Deluxe, Fitzroy * Don Don, Melbourne * Koko Black, Melbourne * Mocha Jo's, Glen Waverley * Lord of the Fries, Melbourne * Oasis Bakery - Middle Eastern, Murrumbeena * Brown Rice, Edithvale * David And Camy's Shanghainese Dumplings, Box Hill * Tien Dat Vietnamese Restaurant, Box Hill * Ace's Place, Caroline Springs * A-1 Bakery, Brunswick * Thai Tables, Bayswater * Koko Black, Carlton * Thai Rose, Chelsea * Kallista Tea Rooms, Kallista * Andrew's Hamburgers, Albert Park * Captain Gummy's Fish & Chips, Doncaster East * The Fish, Fish & Chippers, Heidelberg * Lazy Moe's Forest Hill, Forest Hill * Sugo Italian Restaurant, Malvern * Warran Glen Nursery, Warrandyte * Shark Fin Inn, Keysborough * Dragon Boat, Knox City Centre * Out 4 Thai, Cheltenham * Shanika's Restaurant, Berwick * The Kananook Creek Boat House, Frankston * Tasty Chicks on Charcoal, Balwyn * Hoa Tran, Springvale * Remezzo Pizza Pasta & Tapas, Ormond * La Headquarters Cafe, Melton * Movida Bar De Tapas, Melbourne * Aangan Indian Restaurant, West Footscray * Thaila Thai, Brunswick East * Vue de Monde, Melbourne * Oakleigh Quality Cakes, Oakleigh * Pizza Fever, Vermont * The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant, South Melbourne * APTE, Alphington * Main Street, Mordialloc * Pellegrinis, Melbourne * Emerald Village Bakery & Cafe, Emerald * Camy Shanghai Dumpling & Noodle Restaurant, Melbourne * Papa Gino's, Carlton * Punjabi Masala Indian Restaurant, Nunawading
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