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  1. Well, do ya, pu...er...people? The Perth Mint has one...:wink: http://www.perthmintbullion.com/News-Reports/NewsDetails/11-10-27/Perth_Mint_Unveils_The_Largest_Coin_Ever.aspx Cheers, Bobj.
  2. Hi, we're new to this forum and are planning moving to Melbourne by the end of 2011. Hubby is in medical profession so he's looking to get sponsored fairly quickly. We're going to visit in July for a recce - both in terms of work locations and possible places to live. We've got several job opportunities in south east Melbourne - around Frankston and Mornington Peninsula. We've got a six month old son and we'd be grateful for any advice on areas that are particularly good for young families e.g. baby clubs, future schools! Also, we're looking for good places for outdoor activities as we're keen to take up sailing again and play tennis etc. We'd really like to live near the beach. If anyone living in south east Melbourne would like to meet up in July and tell us all about how wonderful your new life is, we'd be all ears! Thanks :biggrin:
  3. I am engaged before to an Aus citizen, he's my boyfriend for 5 years.. but then, things didn't work out so i left.. went back to the Philippines... but then before that, I've met a Filipino guy who happens to be an Aus citizen as well, and we fell in love and followed me here in the Philippines and we got married... Now we are married 6 months already and I am applying for a spouse visa? with my aus. ex before, i got the Fiancee Visa or the Prospective Marriage visa which has been cancelled... Any opinions regarding this situation? do you think the aus. embassy will care much about my previous visa that's been cancelled? and how long before the visa subclass 309 gets granted? Please help..thanks..
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    BR1 move to Australia

    Hi everyone, Me and my husband are bulgarians,right now my husband is working in Uk and have yellow permition which is BR1 i guess.Firstly we wanted to move there just because of our daughter who is suffering from a very rare disеасе and there she can get a proper care to improve her development.But searchingat the net i found that she may get a realy gud help in Australia as well and if i have to be honest i'd rather preffer to move to Australia than Uk.So my question is If my husband is legaly permited to work in Australia and if its not what do we need.He is a mechanical enjineer Pro Cad drafter,but he can work as a window installer as well.Thank you all in advance!!
  5. Hi Guys :happy_face_love_in_ This is a blast from the past! Few years since I came on a forum! Moved from UK 4 yrs ago, currently living in Adelaide been here for 4yrs, really lovely place............But getting a little bored now! Have 2 boys 9 and 6 and want more things to do with them! We were origionally gonna go to Queensland but changed our minds last min. Hubby automotive trainer, so not sure the best areas to look at for job prospects etc. Sort of thinking Gold Coast because wanna be near all the funstuff! But as a mum with a young family want good schools etc................the usual. Where the hell do we start it is one huge place? :yellow_guy_crazy_ty Would luv to hear any advice you guys have got! Good, bad or ugly!!! Thanks!
  6. hi Good day Today I was assigned a CO from team 6 All docs icluding form 80 met and resume Pcc and Med reqiured Now I wanna get married Is it possible to add my wife in my application and does this cause cosiderable delay in my application? What are the stpe I have to take ? Regards
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    Really wanna move to OZ

    hi i am 26 years old and really want to emigrate to Australia but dont know how to even start going about applying. i do not have any proper qualifications in a trade but i would like to be a plumber is there anyway of learning this while in OZ. I have a sister out there who emigrated nearly 10 years ago and is now an Australian Citizen can anybody help me
  8. hi i am Elliott and I have a little brother called harry (11 and 8) if any of u r worrried about leaving your family dont worry all you have to do is get their E-mail adress. but if u r worried about school dont be the aussies love the english and their accents. in nearly all the schools they play this game called downball (really hard to explain) and they love cricket and swimming but if u dont like any of them, the aussies love all sports. by the way in the olympic games (Beijing) everything gets a bit tense and most schools let their kids watch some of the events so if u have any questions just ask see ya Elliott
  9. Hi, My name is Sarah, I study at the University of Leeds and for my final year project i really want to make something that is benficial to kids moving to australia! I would really like your experiences of moving and your views of Australia, by filling in my short short questionnaire, i can get better and more realistic ideas for content. And il post the website address up, when its complete so you can see what you will have helped make! Just click on Australia and you'll be taken to the questionnaire. It won't take up much time at all! Australia Any questions or comments feel free to post replies! Thanks! Sarah
  10. Hi Guys!!!! Just wandering if anyone is migrating to Oz and wants to rent their house out in the Maghull/Lydiate area of Liverpool!!!! We have been here 4 and a bit years and we are heading back in March 2010, we have the kids placed in schools in this area, but obviously cannot buy straight away, therefore we will need to rent!!!! Probably a long shot, but worth a try!!!! Thanks Possie:wink:
  11. Hey!!!! My name's Michaela and i'm 18. Just recently moved to perth!!!!! Staying in Clarkson atm. And would like to meet up and chat with any other 18yr olds sometime soon. Any suggestions for a place to meet up welcome. Would be nice to get out and about to chat to potential friends!!! lol :jiggy:Let me know. Hope to hear something soon, Thanks x x
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    Wanna watch the Prem Live

    Can you get this link? if you can you can watch the prem live.... MyP2P.eu :: Football schedules, watch live Football on your pc.
  13. Jeremy Clarkson.... quote... Surely, after 20 days of trial by fire, the Australians must now realise that God never really intended this enormous tinderbox to be used for human habitation. Plainly it has created as a giant dustbin, a place far from civilisation where all His failed experiments could be left to their own terrifying devices. “Oh no,” said God on the fourth day, “I’ve gone and made a spider which can kill a man just by looking at him. I need somewhere to put it.” So on the fifth day He created Australia. This then became home for all the horrid snakes and the bitey crocodiles and the baby-eating dingoes. And to make sure that man stayed away, He made the land itself completely infertile and filled the sea around its shores with deadly sharks and killer jellyfish. He even built an enormous barrier reef. Frankly, He did everything possible to ensure that humans never went there, short of putting up a sign saying “Trespassers will be eaten”. Nobody knows what drew the Aborigines but we do know that the first white man to sail this way was the world’s most useless explorer, a Dutchman called Abel Tasman. In a three-year voyage he found Fiji, New Zealand and Tasmania, but in one of the most inept pieces of navigation ever he completely missed the big bit in the middle. That was discovered by Captain James Cook who stepped off his ship, sniffed the air and declared, “Yes. This would make a fantastic prison.” He was right, of course. For millions of years Australia had harboured all the world’s dangerous animals so why not use it as a waste disposal unit for dangerous people? And even when the transportation of convicts stopped, it was still a good place for people who couldn’t get on anywhere else. Think about it. Nobody ever went to live in Australia because of the success they’d made of things at home. “I have thousands of friends, endless party invitations, a wonderful, happy family, a great job and even better prospects. So I’m off.” All Australians are descended from Billy No Mates. You’d expect them to have some sympathy with the refugees from central Asia. But no. They’ve turned their former prison into a fortress and the doors are now firmly closed. Australians stand on their porches with flames licking at their back door, telling us that life over there is peachy. “It’s always warm enough for a barbecue,” they say. Never mind that the most recent barbie was so enormous and so hot that it had to be extinguished by a fleet of helicopters. They’re even using the wildlife as a scare campaign, telling the world what we already know: that the 10 most deadly snakes found anywhere in the world are all Australian. They run PR campaigns throughout Asia, showing pictures of boats used by refugees marooned on beaches with big fat crocodiles lolling nearby. However, the reception from the indigenous wildlife is as nothing compared to the reception you’ll get from the locals. It’s bad enough for a British person who’s only there on holiday. Every time you walk into a pub, you get the same reaction. “Backs to the wall everyone: there’s a Pom in the bar,” followed by: “Hide your wallet under the soap. He won’t find it there.” Not desperately imaginative but then what do you expect from a people who named a blue spotted ray that lives in lagoons “the blue spotted lagoon ray”, or a range of mountains with snow on them “The Snowy Mountains”. And that’s before we get to “The Great Barrier Reef”. Anyway, if we have a hard time, imagine what it’s like for Abdul. In a recent poll, 96% of Australians said they wanted the refugees out, dead, buried, eaten, anything. Last summer an advertisement appeared in one of the newspapers there asking people with a military background to join vigilante-style patrols. Refugees who get caught by the proper authorities are sent to a fantastically remote detention centre near Woomera, where the British did their atomic tests in the 1950s. They can get out easily but it’s an 18-day walk to the nearest telephone box and that’s doubly hard when you’ve grown two heads. So what sort of volume are we talking about here? Well, last year the number of people who arrived in Australia illegally from the usual refugee hot spots was 4,500. That works out at one for every 666 square miles. You could put the downtrodden masses from all over the world in the Northern Territories and not even know they were there. Australia says that it took in thousands of Vietnamese and Cambodian boat people in the 1970s and 1980s, along with most of Britain’s displaced trade union leaders who were no longer welcome at No. 10 for tea and buns. It won’t now fulfil the legal and moral obligations of other nations. Well, Europe has a falling birth-rate and can take a few refugees. The Americans are dropping food parcels on their heads. Africa is hopeless and Asia is the problem, which leaves either Antarctica, which seems a bit anti-social, or the very place that was specifically designed to be home for misfits: Australia.
  14. Having met Aldo last year and finding him to be a fantastic host and a bloody good chap we have decided to go bush camping next year for a week (date to be decided) loads of fishing drinking and skinny dipping. We have room for six people in his charabang and would love to know if you are interested, we have not decided on the location but will post it early in the new year……anyone interested?
  15. Hey, i'm 16, will be 17 when I move to Australia. We are planning on moving to Perth and I was wondering if there is anybody of a similar age moving to or living in the area. I would love to make some new friends (male and female) who are in a similar situation to me. I'm a chatty person, quite easy to get along with, have msn if anybody wants to chat on there. Thanks alot. Meg xxx P.S. Is anybody else confused about the education system? And can anybody give me information about it?:err:
  16. hey im Michael Son Of Nurse Sue Im 17 Nearly 18 I've been here 6 nearly 7 months i have a few friends here n theere but they just dnt understand the english humour well just really on here to meet new faces, build new frinedships n to help others and my self feel settle Im Called Michael But known As from my rents Mc N at Skwl i am known as Uk , Pommie Dude or Ukid Kid Im into sum crazy as bands n enjoy goin to gigs with mates erm so yh thats a little about me so if ur the same as me wantin to make friends then ill be lookin forward to chattin Mc xx
  17. Hi there people!!!! im a 21 year old female goin travelling for 12months round Oz, this morning my travel partner has let me down and has bailed, so does any1 wanna join me for 12 months travelling round Oz, flying end sept beginning of Oct....................HELP!!!!!!!:unsure:
  18. Does any one know where you can train to be an electrician in adelaide? We have been looking (as mark is in structured cabling, and they seem to cover the elec side also in oz) there are various 'crash' courses here for about £1000, when we get to Adelaide he will have to sit a test to prove his qualifications and get a licence. It may be easier to just do the course there but we can't find anything thats not an apprentice (don't think it'll be enough money) Any ideas?
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    I wanna be in colour!!

    Hi, how do I add colours & different types of writing to my messages. I wanna be in colour like everyone else!! BOO HOO :cry: :cry:
  20. :arghh:AARGGGGHjust leting off steam !!! :goofy:every time we think we are near to exchanging on hse and we can FINALLY bok the flights , buyers solicitor wants more paper work to do with extension on house, wouldnt mind but me hubby built it all himself and did everything to the book!! got all the right planning permission AARRGGHH:arghh: even more annoying cos now the flights have gone up £500 and if we go 12th july its another £500 , cos all the flights are getting full so quick , must be all us pio's going over!! Even the kids are fed up with it now, its like being pregnant and every one keeps saying oh you still here ? when you going then? :chatterbox: I JUST WANT A DATE !!!! any way thats my moan for the day off to do ironing in the sun !! Bye Bye
  21. Me and hubby have been here since september 06 and recently moved from freo to rockingham (cheaper rent!) we are both 30 (ish!), without kiddies and I am getting lonely! need to meet some new people. like bars and going out, windsurfing and i sing in a band over here which gets me out and about! (my life is so sad!) anyone of any age/location interested in meeting up for a beer or two? Alice.
  22. Hi............ Dont know if any one can help............. We are half way through this long & painful but very worth while process, and we stated on the application form we wanted to settle in Melboure (still do!) But as a big treat for us all, we were thinking about landing in Gold Coast first , to visit all the attractions, Sea Life, Warner world and Wet n Wild etc. etc., before we have to get serious and look for property, schools & jobs etc. Can you do this, or do you have to land where you stated on visa application......??????? Thanks for any advice/clarification..........