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Rights of Expat Wives in the UAE

September 24, 2014 |

There are many reasons why there is a discrepancy between how westerners see the way things are handled in the Middle East, especially with many recent developments on a global scale and the rising of radical elements there. One … Read More

The Water Boys and the Orange Man

September 22, 2014 |

I clearly remember the daily deliveries of bread and milk to our home when I was growing up in rural Lincolnshire. However, over time, many of these much-valued services ceased on the grounds that they were no longer economic to … Read More

Highest-Ever Annual Net Inflow of Migrants

September 20, 2014 |

“New Zealand had its highest-ever net gain of 43,500 migrants in the August 2014 year,” population statistics project manager Susan Hollows said. “The previous high of 42,500 migrants was in the May 2003 year.”

The new net migration record was … Read More

Mutiny on the Ferry

September 19, 2014 |

Well, we all know what it is like. You’ve had a busy day being a very important captain of a not too important ship. You’ve had an early start and only eaten a dry cheese and pickle sandwich for lunch. … Read More

Australian Government Delivers 2013-14 Migration Programme

September 19, 2014 |

The Australian Government’s target of attracting 190 000 new migrants in the latest financial year has been achieved, Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, the Hon Scott Morrison said today.

Australian industry benefited with the majority of the permanent migration visas … Read More

Are You Seriously Thinking About Making A Permanent Move Somewhere Hot?

September 17, 2014 |

If so, the BBC would love to speak to you.

BBC2 is making a new series about families/couples considering a move to places such as the Caribbean; Costa Rica; Panama to name a few…

With more and … Read More