Moving to WA

Inner-city living suits migrant couple – The West Australian

The West Australian newspaper has an interview with James Phelan, who moved from Dublin to Perth with his partner 3 years ago. He discusses inner city living and it’s advantages when also working in the Perth City centre. Read the full article online here: Inner-city living suits migrant couple

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Reciprocal Healthcare Agreement between Ireland and Australia

Ireland and Australia have a reciprocal health care agreement (RHCA) that entitles visitors from Ireland to Australia to receive medically necessary treatment as public inpatients or outpatients in Australian public hospitals, on the same terms as Australian residents (i.e free of charge). Medically necessary treatment means and ill-health or injury which occurs while the individual…

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Article – Admission Requirements for Overseas Lawyers

Below is a link to an article from The Brief, by Sabina Schlink – Convenor of the Admissions and Registration Committee, Legal Practice Board. It discusses the admission requirements for overseas Lawyers. Article – Admission Requirements for Overseas Lawyers

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12 Things you need to know if you’re thinking of moving to Western Australia

1. It’s a skills shortage- not a labour shortage: Western Australia’s mining and energy boom has created a skills shortage- not a labour shortage. There are plenty of Western Australians actively seeking lucrative jobs in the mining and energy sector. 2. Ensure your skills and qualifications are recognized before you come to WA.  You won’t secure…

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Western Australia – Emerging Resource Powerhouse

Below is some very interesting information taken from the presentation given by Mr John Poyton from Azure Capital at the IWAF event in November 2012. Whilst many, particularly on the east coast, are quick to label W.A as lucky, there is far more depth to W.A’s recent history and future than being blessed with ‘the…

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