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  2. Sophie

    Couple looking for friends

    Thank you! Really appreciate your help
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  5. John From Moneycorp

    The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Latest review of the pound and Australian dollar is below - thanks. The Aussie was last week's winner, strengthening by a cent and a quarter against sterling and adding a quarter of a US cent. It was not an easy win though: Having led the way initially, the Australian dollar gave back two and a half cents before staging a second rally. Australian economic statistics were few; business confidence was roughly steady and consumer confidence improved. The main factor for the Australian dollar was external, and negative; America's imposition of tariffs on another $200bn of Chinese goods. The main determinants for sterling were Brexit and Trump. At the beginning of the week unanimous government support for Theresa May's latest Brexit plan helped it higher. That support was eroded by the resignation of Boris Johnson. It was undermined comprehensively by Trump's comments on Theresa May and his support for her replacement by Johnson. Brexit news as usual has been dominating proceedings in the UK.
  6. FOL

    Couple looking for friends

    I think there is a group on here that meets regularly/occasionally and who are feom NOR. Have a look arouns and send them a private message Edit; here it is sorry I can't help you personally, I am too old, have kids, not from the UK and a workaholic
  7. verystormy

    Skill Select - EOI Minimum POints now 65

    http://www.newlifedownunder.com.au
  8. Me and my fiancé are 24, looking for new friends to catch up with. We live NOR, and are from Hartlepool UK. We are feeling pretty lonely with not many friends here. If any couples would like to catch up, feel free to give us a message ☺ Sophie and Mathew
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  10. DLB

    New visa changes! HELP :-0

    Ok thanks for your advice, i will do that. Is she on facebook? Do you know her contact details?
  11. Hi, Can anyone recommend a Perth based accountant who can submit both UK and AUS Tax returns? I want to ensure everything is done correctly for income in both countries and would prefer 1 accountant to do both. (Please NOT GM_TAX. I have had very poor experience with them. PM me if you would like details).
  12. verystormy

    New visa changes! HELP :-0

    I am afraid, I can't see any other points you might be able to get based on that, which isn't going to be enough. But, I would run it past a good agent such as Camilla from New Life Down Under to get a professional opinion.
  13. Jen78

    hay fever tablets

    I tried an accupressure band for morning sickness and it didn’t work, thanks for the suggestion but we’ll stick to the tabs, parents over in Sept with half a suitcase full !!
  14. DLB

    New visa changes! HELP :-0

    Hi yes of course; Age = 15 points Superior English (hopefully) = 20 points Skilled employment - less than 3 yrs = 0 points Qualifications - Bachelor degree =15 points Partner skills = 5 points Other 5 points would have been from my sister sponsoring us Thanks for your help Verystormy : -) any advice would be greatly appreciated
  15. FOL

    hay fever tablets

    Really? Seems dodgy as hell! Can't imagine it works except for a placebo effect. A shame really, hayfever is terrible
  16. There are a number of registered migration agents who post on this and our sister sites who have very good reputations and actively participate in our forums. If people wish to contact you, they can do so via the PM system, however, please note that we do not allow unauthorised advertising.
  17. Claire4

    hay fever tablets

    Have you tried a Hayband? Big craze here atm. I got one for my 8yo daughter and she hasn’t needed a tablet since!
  18. If you are looking for a registered migration agent who has over 12 years of experience in the immigration industry, then I can help you to connect with the migration agent.
  19. Jen78

    hay fever tablets

    Yes, definitely, it’s the thing we ask parents to bring to most of over when they come to visit as we all suffer!
  20. pegg

    Are all Perth people super fit?

    Years old post !!!!! But i do miss the fitness of Perth , the power walkers on the cycleways ..... yoga on the beach ..... paddle boarding ............. Oh and a little surf if the waves are above a foot in height But yep , we as a family liked the fitness / wellbeing aspect of Perth
  21. pegg

    Car Import

    Did you ship @HANCOX FAMILY ? just im tempted with a lil jeep i have here in UK ?
  22. pegg

    what are you doing at this moment

    Aw , I just remember you where so keen @cocolevi .... on a life down under ! well with the scorching temps in the UK at the moment life is great ! hope alls well for you .
  23. pegg

    hay fever tablets

    One thing i do find mega mega cheap in the UK - are alergy tablets / hay fever etc ! meds are soooooo expensive down under . just putting it out there guys
  24. https://www.education.wa.edu.au/education-support-centres-and-schools this might help.
  25. Leeming Senior High School has an education support centre attached.
  26. verystormy

    New visa changes! HELP :-0

    Can you post the breakdown of your points?
  27. verystormy

    Schools in perth with option for ed support

    Have you got visas?
  28. Hi everyone, I am writing this just hoping that someone can offer me/us some advice/glimmer of hope that we still stand a chance of moving to WA now that all the new changes have come into force? I am 41 years old (42 in Oct), I am a qualified adult nurse (qualified in Sept 17), I have a husband who is the same age and is a Plumber (qualified 1 year 6mths). We have 3 children - one has just turned 19 years old (currently in full time education). We have tried to ensure that we meet all catergories but are now concerned about the new points changes from 60-65, as i only make 60 points due to my age and lack of years experience- this is even if i achieve superior in ielts and inc partner skills. I have a sister that has lived in Perth now for 3 years and we was really hoping on migrating there to join them and my sister was more than happy to sponsor us to help increase our points but that option dosent appear to be there anymore either? Is anyone able to offer us some advice or know what our options would be as we feel at a loss and that our dream is slipping away. PLEASE HELP!
  29. cocolevi

    what are you doing at this moment

    Yes still here in the uk. We were offered a 457 visa but my eldest was just about to start uni and wouldn’t come with us. I couldn’t leave her it was really bad timing. I got to know some great people from this site and get my oz fix from their face book stories
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