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Buy Australian oysters and farmed barramundi: 5 tips to make your feast of summer seafood sustainable

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Protect your dog from this new deadly disease outbreak. We still don’t know how it got here

By Peter Irwin, Murdoch University; Amanda Barbosa, Murdoch University, and Charlotte Oskam, Murdoch University While we continue to be...

New Taskforce: Streamlined pathways to Australian permanent residency for businesses and talented individuals

A new taskforce that brings together experts from across the Commonwealth, States and Territories as well as the private sector has been...

Coronavirus restrictions in your state

By Liam Petterson, The Conversation; Sunanda Creagh, The Conversation, and Wes Mountain, The Conversation While COVID-19 restrictions were initially...

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The Green Knight review: a wonderfully unsettling cinematic reimagining of the medieval story of Sir Gawain

By Sabina Rahman, Macquarie University Review: The Green Knight, directed by David Lowery. Nothing about The...

Emma is hanging up the yellow skivvy: how the ‘first girl Wiggle’ created a powerful legacy

By Liz Giuffre, University of Technology Sydney When Emma Watkins took over as “The Yellow Wiggle” in 2012 there...

Social inequality and hyper violence: why the bleak world of Netflix’s Squid Game is a streaming phenomenon

By Sung-ae Lee, Macquarie University Squid Game, an original Netflix drama produced in South Korea, is a streaming phenomenon....

Fitting in or falling out: how African migrants adapt to life in Australia

By Victor Counted, Western Sydney University and Andre M.N. Renzaho, Western Sydney University As of 2020, over 281 million...

9 tips to give yourself the best shot at sticking to new year’s resolutions

By Joanne Dickson, Edith Cowan University For many cultures, the dawn of the new year is marked not only...

Three ways to achieve your New Year’s resolutions by building ‘goal infrastructure’

By Peter A. Heslin, UNSW This article was first published in The Conversation on...

Symbolic gestures, magical thinking: New Year’s resolutions

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Feeling pressured to buy Christmas presents? Read this (and think twice before buying candles)

Gary Mortimer, Queensland University of Technology and Jana Bowden, Macquarie University Christmas marks a peak in consumerism across the...

Helen Reddy’s music made women feel invincible

By Michelle Arrow, Macquarie University “Show business”, Helen Reddy once said, “was the only business that allowed you to...

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We publish articles that aims to bring you relevant news and information in Australian visa, immigration and citizenship. Welcome to Australia!

Australia allocates 3,000 humanitarian places for Afghan refugees

The Australian government announced today that it would allocate an initial 3,000 humanitarian places to Afghan nationals within Australia’s 13,750 annual program.

Citizenship appointments resume in Victoria and other states

More people now have the opportunity to become Australian citizens, with citizenship testing and appointments now available in all states and territories...

We need to restart immigration quickly to drive economic growth. Here’s one way to do it safely

By Anna Boucher, University of Sydney and Robert Breunig, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University Faced with...

Travel and Tourism

Australia’s tourism and aviation’s flight path to recovery

Australia’s airlines, travel agents and tourism operators, restaurants and bars, hotels and caravan parks should expect a rush of hundreds of thousands...

One-way trans-Tasman travel bubble to start mid-October

By Michelle Grattan, University of Canberra The first stage of a trans-Tasman travel bubble will start from October 16....

The travel bubble with New Zealand includes NSW and the NT. Why have other states missed out?

By Hassan Vally, La Trobe University New Zealanders will soon be able to travel to New South Wales and...

Report: Future of travel and tourism in a post-COVID world

London, September 27, 2020 – The World Travel & Tourism Council , today unveils a new report that explores the implications of the...

Australians don’t have a ‘right’ to travel. Does COVID mean our days of carefree overseas trips are over?

By Susan Harris Rimmer, Griffith University Australia is a nation of enthusiastic travellers, it is one of our defining...

How COVID-19 could impact travel for years to come

By John Gradek, McGill University In late 2019, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) published its “Economic Performance of...

Virgin Australia was never going to last

By Warren Staples, RMIT University; Andrew Linden, RMIT University, and Mariano L.M. Heyden, Monash University Ever since Australia’s two...

Melbourne is world’s 2nd most liveable city for 2019

Melbourne has been named the second most liveable city with Vienna on the top spot by a slight margin.

New Penguin Parade visitor centre opens in Phillip Island

A new $58.2 million visitor centre opened today ensuring the future of one of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions, the iconic Phillip...

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