Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Afternoon Quote For Everybody by SMSCHACHA.com



Hi there everyone. It is afternoon here in Malaysia.

As usual a Sunny day and we Malaysians have the feeling of getting a little lethargic after lunch.

Anyway no matter where you are right now, hope this quote inspire you to take action and go ahead in Life.

Be Inspired
Mike
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Larry the Robots that Vomits

Hello there guys, hope you are all doing well.

As usual, in the morning I skim through news on new.com.au and also to research on what to write for.

Guess today I will be covering something interesting about Technology.

Can a robot vomits? How far have technology advance? 


Let me introduce to you today Larry the Robot who vomits.

LARRY the robot is probably the ultimate labour saving device: He does the puking so we can do the partying.British boffins have enslaved an anatomically correct robot (at least when it comes to the digestive and throat reflex systems) to a lifetime of projectile vomiting - all in the name of science. Read more here....
You see this a robot that do the puking and we do the partying. 

Let us explore a virus called Norovirus - commonly called gastro - appears to be spreading. The past year has seen more than the usual number of cases of chronic gastroenteritis in Britain and Australia.
Norovirus - commonly called gastro - appears to be spreading. The past year has seen more than the usual number of cases of chronic gastroenteritis in Britain and Australia.Read more here....
The virus generally only lays its victims low for two or three days with no lasting effect. But, for the very young and the elderly, it can pose serious problems.
And if one person gets the virus, they - on average - pass it on to seven others.
For the past 40 years, scientists have been trying to understand how the virus spreads so rapidly. They've not made a lot of progress. Read more here....
 To help doctors understand how the virus spread, Larry the robot comes into the picture. Scientist help doctors understand how the virus spread through understanding the mechanics of projectile vomiting.

Professor Ian Goodfellow of Cambrige University told the BBC that once the virus lands on a surface, as few as 18 of the hardy particles can still infect someone up to two weeks later. Read more here....
Larry's performance was impressive.
His barfing has shown the norovirus can be projected up to 3m in a violent attack. But it gets worse: chucking-up also produces an ultra-fine spray that can hang suspended in the air - and travel - for a considerable amount of time.
Technology have help science progress.

Understand the projectile vomiting of Larry the robot helps doctors understand how the virus spread.

So here's the video of Larry. Thanks to News Limited Network and News.com.au
Here's the link to it http://video.news.com.au/2322907033/Vomiting-robot


Enjoy the video.

Mike
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Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Which is the cheapest state to own a business in Australia?

Happy Australia Everyone. 
Today we will look at which state in Australia is the most affordable to own a business. 
What factors will influence you to start up a business in Australia? 

1. Land Taxes & 
2. workcover insurances

Western Australia was found to be the cheapest state in terms of state taxes to own a business base on an analysis of small business taxes by Your Business.


An analysis of small business taxes by Your Business shows Western Australia is the cheapest state in terms of state taxes, followed by the Northern Territory. (NEWS.COM.AU
Businesses in Western Australia (WA) has lowest impact of land tax and stamp duty compare to business in Australia Central Territory (ACT) where it has the highest amount of property taxes. 


Business in the ACT incur the highest amount of property taxes at this level ($40,828 in land tax and stamp duty) while WA businesses have the lowest impact ($25,712).
Read more:
Northern Territory and Western Australia among the top potential business states.
 Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows 94.9 per cent of existing and new NT small businesses survived 2011/12 the highest across the country.
 the success of a business relies more on economic potential than the underlying cost base, and the NT and WA regularly appear at the top. Read more:
 WA and NT attracting the private sector investor. Bulk of expenditure is expected to fall to big infrastructure projects.


The private sector is investing big in WA and NT. While the bulk of this expenditure is expected to fall to big infrastructure projects, some trickle down is also expected.
About $78,855 was invested for every small business in WA in the September quarter, and that investment has grown 225 per cent over the last five years.
NT businesses see $72,015 invested for every small business, and a five-year growth rate of almost 290 per cent.Read more:
 For an overall view of business analysis state by state in Australia, please click here to read more....

Here we can see a that Western Australia and Northern Territory are both among the states in Australia to own a business.

So if you are keen to explore more on the business and investor options in Australia, let us know.

Do put down your details and do a short assessment here to find out the options you can make it Australia.

Thank you for taking this time to read this simple post.

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Friday, 25 January 2013

Australian Citizenship - What it meant to You?

Hey guys, hope you are all doing well.

Just found this video on Youtube about Australian Citizenship done by the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship.

"Every Year More Than 100,000 people become Australian Citizens."



You can find the link to this video here.

Let us learn from this video about what Australian Citizenship really meant to them.

Enjoy the video and do subscribe to the channel know more about citizenship.

What are your plans for year 2013?

If you are planning to Migrate to Australia let us know so that we can help you out.

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Monday, 21 January 2013

Western Australia strongest performing economy in Australia.

Hello how was your weekend?

It is great to be here today to bring to you the latest updates in Australia.

So today we will look at some of the performing states in Australia.

According to CommSec State of the States report, Western Australia is still the best performing economy in Australia. 

Take a look at what Chief Economic of CommSec State of the States says about the study :

CommSec chief economist Craig James says Western Australia ranked first in four of the eight criteria to again come first, despite the impact of falling iron ore prices on the mining sector.
"Really it's a case of Western Australia first, daylight second," he said. Read more here....
 The study done by CommSec State of the States were to analyse the economies of each states in Australia.

The analysis is done by using eight key indicators which are :

1. economic growth,
2. retail spending,
3. equipment investment,
4. unemployment,
5. constructions work completed,
6. population growth
7. housing and
8. dwelling commencement. (skynews.com.au, 2013)

Western Australia was leading in construction work completed, retail trade, population growth, and equipment investment.

 Western Australia led the way on construction work, retail trade, population growth, construction work completed and equipment investment. Read more here...
 Victoria, NSW and Queensland each has their own unique strength and weakness.
The report said there was very little separating the three largest states with Victoria, NSW and Queensland each having different strengths and weaknesses. (skynews.com.au, 2013)
Victoria was strong in Housing Development but loss momentum, for Queensland on the other hand ranked highest on construction work and equipment investment but they had high unemployment.

How about NSW? NSW had low unemployment but low economic growth as well.

The report said there was very little separating the three largest states with Victoria, NSW and Queensland each having different strengths and weaknesses.
Victoria was supported by its housing sector but was losing momentum.
Queensland ranked highest on construction work and equipment investment but had historically high unemployment.
This contrasted with NSW which had historically low unemployment but low economic growth. Read more here... 

So perhaps this is an overview of the latest economic overview in Australia. 

Here you go. For the rest of the reading on the CommSec State to States report, you can read it here at 


ABC NET, SKY NEWS  and the Australian 

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Tuesday, 15 January 2013

India Migrate to Australia 4000 years ago - Dingo, microlith

Hello and hi there people,

Good afternoon, it is 3pm in Malaysia.

Anyway just found this article interesting perhaps you will enjoy reading it.

This article was adopted from BBC News UK.

Posted yesterday by Rebecca Morelle, Science Reporter, BBC world Service. 

A genetic study suggests that Australia experience a wave of migration from India about 4000 years ago. 


The continent of Australia were isolated 40,000 years ago after the first humans arrived.

It was thought the continent had been largely isolated after the first humans arrived about 40,000 years ago until the Europeans moved in in the 1800s.But DNA from Aboriginal Australians revealed there had been some movement from India during this period. Read more here...
Researchers believe the Indian migrants might have introduced dingo to Australia and also microliths stone tool.















The researchers believe the Indian migrants may have introduced the dingo to Australia.In the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, they say that the fossil record suggests the wild dogs arrived in Australia at around the same time.They also suggest that Indians may have brought stone tools called microliths to their new home. Read more here...
Let see what Prof Mark says about the Indian Migration.

 Prof Mark Stoneking, from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany said that 


""For a long time, it has been commonly assumed that following the initial colonization, Australia was largely isolated as there wasn't much evidence of further contact with the outside world," Read more here...Read more here...
How did they do it? What methodology were used?

To study the early origins of Australia's population, the team compared genetic material from Aboriginal Australians with DNA from people in New Guinea, South East Asia and India.
By looking at specific locations, called genetic markers, within the DNA sequences, the researchers were able to track the genes to see who was most closely related to whom.
They found an ancient genetic association between New Guineans and Australians, which dates to about 35,000 to 45,000 years ago. At that time, Australia and New Guinea were a single land mass, called Sahul, and this tallies with the period when the first humans arrived.Read more here...
Genetic Material from Aboriginal Australians with DNA from people in New Guinea, South East Asia and India were use. It is by looking at specific locations called genetic makers within the DNA sequences, researchers were able to track the genes to see who was most closely related to whom.

Prof Stoneking said: "We have a pretty clear signal from looking at a large number of genetic markers from all across the genome that there was contact between India and Australia somewhere around 4,000 to 5,000 years ago."  
Prof Stoneking said: "We don't have direct evidence of any connection, but it strongly suggestive that microliths, dingo and the movement of people were all connected."Read more here... 
Dingo, microliths and the movement suggested that India Migrated Australia 4000 years ago.

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Monday, 14 January 2013

Australia Shared Values

Those looking to Migrate to Australia, perhaps this is a good read about Australia Shared Values.

To be accurate, information provided were quoted from the Australian Government Department Foreign Affairs and Trade. You can access their website here. 

The defining feature of today’s Australia is not only the cultural diversity of its people, but the extent to which they are united by an overriding and unifying commitment to Australia.
Within the framework of Australia’s laws, all Australians have the right to express their culture and beliefs and to participate freely in Australia’s national life.
At the same time, everyone is expected to uphold the principles and shared values that support Australia’s way of life. These include:
  • respect for equal worth, dignity and freedom of the individual
  • freedom of speech and association
  • freedom of religion and a secular government
  • support for parliamentary democracy and the rule of law
  • equality under the law
  • equality of men and women
  • equality of opportunity
  • peacefulness
  • a spirit of egalitarianism that embraces tolerance, mutual respect, and compassion for those in need. Australia also holds firmly to the belief that no one should be disadvantaged on the basis of their country of birth, cultural heritage, language, gender or religious belief. (Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade).
Trust that information provided are accurate.
To add on a bit we can see that the values shared among Australian are respect, freedom of speech, peacefulness and the spirit egalitarianism.

What is eligalitarism?
Let's look at wikipedia
In General
Egalitarianism (from French ├ęgal, meaning "equal")—or, rarely, equalitarianism[1][2]—is a trend of thought that favors equality for particular categories of, or for all, living entities. Egalitarian doctrines maintain that all humans are equal in fundamental worth or social status, according to The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.[3] The Cultural theory of risk holds egalitarianism as defined by (1) a negative attitude towards rules and principles, and (2) a positive attitude towards group decision-making, with fatalism termed as its opposite.[4] According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the term has two distinct definitions in modern English.[5] It is defined either as a political doctrine that all people should be treated as equals and have the same politicaleconomic,social, and civil rights[6] or as a social philosophy advocating the removal of economic inequalities among people or the decentralization of power. Some sources define egalitarianism as the point of view that equality reflects the natural state of humanity.[7][8][9] Read more here....
A simple explanation egalitarianism is about equality. wikipedia says "a trend of thought that favors equality for particular categories of, or for all, living entities.

So a simple post about Australia Shared Values.

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Australia Overview - Population

Australia Population
Information by Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Australia Overview - History, Society, Lifestyle  - A unique Blend of Traditional and New Influences.

Australia is a product of a unique blend of established traditions and new influences. The country’s original inhabitants, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, are the custodians of one of the world’s oldest continuing cultural traditions. They have been living in Australia for at least 40 000 years and possibly up to 60 000 years. (Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are the original inhabitants.

Aboriginal


 Torres Strait Islander


Great Britain established the first European settlement at Sydney Cove in 1788

The rest of Australia’s people are migrants or descendants of migrants who have arrived in Australia from about 200 countries since Great Britain established the first European settlement at Sydney Cove in 1788. 
In 1945, Australia’s population was around 7 million people and was mainly Anglo–Celtic. Since then, more than 6.5 million migrants, including 675 000 refugees, have settled in Australia, significantly broadening its social and cultural profile.
So it was in year 1788 when Great Britain established the first European settlement at Syney Cove.
Anglo Celtic were mainly the Australia's population in 1945.

What about today?
Today Australia has a population of nearly 23 million people. At 2009, abou 25.6 per cent of the estimated resident population comprised those born overseas. Australian Bureau of Statistics projections from the 2006 census of the numbers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people suggest and Indigenous population of 575,552 people at 30 June 2011.
Many of the people who have come to Australia since 1945 were motivated by a commitment to family, or a desire to escape poverty, war or persecution. The first waves of migrants and refugees came mostly from Europe. Subsequent waves have come from the Asia–Pacific region, the Middle East and Africa.
Migrants have enriched almost every aspect of Australian life, from business to the arts, from cooking to comedy and from science to sport. They, in turn, have adapted to Australia’s tolerant, informal and broadly egalitarian society. 
So here's some simple facts about Australia's population.

If you are looking to Migrate to Australia and you are confuse which pathway to take, click here to find out more about Australia Migration.  Discover the various pathway you can take. 

AUSTRALIA is ranked sixth in the world for the number of biotechnology firms

A little update on Australia News Adopted from new.com.au 

Australia Ranks High with Biotech


AUSTRALIA is ranked sixth in the world for the number of biotechnology firms but is way down the ladder in terms of spending on research and development, the OECD says.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's directorate for Science, Technology and Industry on Tuesday released statistics updated in December that showed there were 527 biotechnology firms in Australia in 2006.
That places Australia at number six in the world, behind the US (6213), Spain (1715), France (1481), Korea (885) and Germany (678).
The figures are from 2011 or the latest available year.
But the latest available data on the number of firms in Australia was from 2006.
The US figures were from 2009 and Germany's from 2011.
In terms of spending, Australia (with figures from 2010) lags behind when it comes to outlays on research and development.
It was ranked 19 out of 27 in terms of millions of dollars spent.
Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/national/australia-ranks-high-with-biotech-oecd/story-e6frfku9-1226554380570#ixzz2I0oxvMq6

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Tuesday, 8 January 2013

All about Business Migration in Australia


















New to the various migration pathways?
Today we will look at a pathway you may explore called Business Migration.
Special thanks to Australian Immigration Fact sheet 27 
Here are some simple explanation about Business Migration.

Business Migration : To encourage successful business people to settle down in Australia.

First of all Business Migration pathway to Australia falls under the program called Australia's Business Innovation and Investment program which encourages successful business people to settle down in Australia and use their skill sets to develop business activities in Australia. 


Australia's Business Innovation and Investment program encourages successful business people to settle in Australia and use their proven skills to develop business activity in Australia.Read more here....
 So in away if you are successful in business Australia is the right place for you to migrate. Anyway later on you will see what are some requirements to achieve in order to migrate to Australia successfully.


Business Migration : Objectives of Business Innovation and Investment Program

The two main purpose of the Business Innovation and Investment program is to increase entrepreneurship talent and to diversify business expertise in Australia. (Australian Immigration Fact Sheet 27)


The objectives of the Business Innovation and Investment Program are to contribute to the growth of the Australian economy by:
  • generating employment
  • increasing the export of Australian goods and services
  • increasing the production of goods and services in Australia
  • introducing new or improved technology
  • increasing competition and commercial activity
  • developing links with international markets
  • increasing the dispersal of business migrants across Australia through state and territory government sponsorship.


Business Migration : Structure of Business Innovation and Investment Program

The Business Innovation and Investment Program is a state / territory nominated program which is form by 3 subclasses:


  • Business Talent (Permanent) (subclass 132)
  • Business Innovation and Investment  (Provisional) (subclass 188)
  • Business Innovation and Investment  (Permanent) (subclass 888). Read more here....

Here's the tip

Most Business Innovation and Investment migrants enter Australia on a provisional visa for four years and after satisfactory evidence of a specified level of business or investment activity, may apply for permanent residence. 
Alternatively business migrants may apply for a Business Talent visa to get direct permanent residence if they have high level business skills or have obtained funding from an Australian venture capital firm. Read more here....

Business Migration : Business Innovation and Investment (Provision) (Subclass 188) VISA

This type of Visa is for successful business innovators and investors who have an intention to invest in Australia or entering Australia with the intention to contribute to the Australian economy. 

Business Innovation and Investment (Provision) (Subclass 188) VISA can be divided into two streams:

(A)The Business Innovation Stream &  (B) The Investor Stream


  • The Business Innovation Stream – for people with a successful business career and a genuine and realistic commitment to be involved as an owner in a new or existing business in Australia
  • The Investor Stream. – for people with a successful record of qualifying business or eligible investment activity who will make a designated investment in a state or territory of Australia and have a realistic commitment to continue to maintain business or investment activity in Australia after the designated investment has matured. (Australia Immigration Fact Sheet 27) 


Business Migration : Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) (Subclass 888) VISA


The permanent business innovation and investment visa is for business people to assist in the economic development in Australia. The main function of this Visa is it allows you to stay permanent in Australia for the purpose of owning a new or existing business. In order to get this you will need to obtain the provisional visa first as mention above.

As usual the Permanent Business Innovation and Investment Visa has two streams :


  • The Business Innovation Stream -  for people who own and manage a business in Australia and have met certain business threshold requirements
  • The Investor Stream -   for people who have a designated investment in an Australian state or territory and want to maintain business and/or investment activity in Australia after the original investment has matured.

Business Migration : Business Talent (Permanent) (Subclass 132) VISA

Two streams


  • The Significant Business History Stream - aimed towards high calibre business people who are owners or part owners of an overseas business and have a genuine and realistic commitment to participate in the management of a new or existing business in Australia
  • The Venture Capital Entrepreneur Stream - to facilitate the entry of migrant entrepreneurs with a high potential business idea who have sourced venture capital funding in Australia. Migrant entrepreneurs will be required to have sourced at least AUD 1m in venture capital funding through a member of the Australian Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL), for early phase start-up, product commercialisation or business development and expansion. 

Obligations of Business visa holders
   As well as the requirements that Provisional visa holders must meet to secure permanent residence, there are specific monitoring provisions and obligations that Business Talent visa holders must meet.Business Talent visa holders must provide the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (the department) with a contact address within six months of their initial arrival.
Their progress is monitored after arrival and they will be sent a letter requesting details of their business activity 24 months after their initial arrival in Australia.
Where a Business Talent visa holder has not made a genuine effort to obtain a substantial ownership interest in an eligible business within three years of arrival, they may be liable for visa cancellation under section 134 of theMigration Act 1958.
Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa holders are required to obtain an ownership interest in a business in Australia or maintain their investment in Australia for four years. If this requirement is not met, they may not be eligible to apply for a Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa and may have to leave Australia.
 See: www.immi.gov.au for further details
Your pathway business migration to Australia begin with the Business Innovation and Investment Program.
It contains 3 sub classes as follows :


  • Business Talent (Permanent) (subclass 132)
  • Business Innovation and Investment  (Provisional) (subclass 188)
  • Business Innovation and Investment  (Permanent) (subclass 888).


So wait no more. If you are looking to Migrate to Australia, you are sucessful in business this is the right time for you to go ahead. Click here to take a Business Migration Assessment here. Let Migration Avenue give you the best advise.

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Monday, 7 January 2013

Top 10 Tourist Destination in Australia

Hey Guys,

Found this video on Youtube. Thank you for creating this video.
Here's the link to watch the video. http://youtu.be/QCgKd7oghLI

Here's the video on the top 10 tourist destination in Australia.



So wait no more travel to Australia now and enjoy the trip there.

To those after watching this video have an urge to migrate, please get in touch with us as we can help you on the various option available. We help people looking at business migration, skilled migration and family migration. Click here to look at how you can migrate to Australia.

Have fun guys.

Tomorrow we will look at more specific topic like business migration tips, family migration and skilled migration tips.

Stay tune.

Thank you very much

Enjoy!!!

Australia !!!!! =)



A good place to travel around Australia.

Here's a video found on Youtube. Here's the link to it. 

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Latest Update - Food Price in Australia is going down

Hi there everyone wishing you a good start today!!!

What are some of the latest news about Australia?

As the title says Food Price in Australia is going down. 

Let look at what News Limited Analysis of OECD reveals about food price going down. 

After unrivalled increases, local food costs declined by 2.7 per cent in the 12 months to the end of September, News Limited analysis of OECD data reveals. Read more here...

What did Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development spokesman Lawrence Speer says about it :
 "We can confirm that Australia had the biggest price decline of food prices in the recent past," Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development spokesman Lawrence Speer said. Read more here: http://www.news.com.au/money/cost-of-living/food-prices-in-australia-go-down-across-the-board/story-fnagkbpv-1226548530083#ixzz2HHOwlbBa




The rest of the news are as follow quoted from the australian news. 

Some of this most recent drop is due to fruit prices normalising after the effects of the Queensland floods of late 2010 and early 2011, the Victorian floods of January 2011 and Cyclone Yasi in February 2011.
However, the OECD data also shows that there is a broader and more sustained trend at work.
Since the end of 2009, Australian food prices have remained contained when compared to similar nations such as Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US.
Between 2000 and 2009, Australians had endured the fastest-rising food prices among major developed nations.
Two of the significant factors in the turnaround, according to University of Queensland economics professor John Quiggin, have been the end of the drought - increasing supply - and the strong Australian dollar, which has helped to limit the cost of globally traded food ingredients such as wheat.
"The appreciation of the dollar pushes down the prices of commodities, which pushes down the price for Australian consumers," Professor Quiggin said.
Choice spokeswoman Ingrid Just said there was a "misconception" that food bills were still rising.
"Consumers may be quite surprised to see these results given that the overall cost of living feels like it has really increased," Ms Just said.
A recent national poll by Lonergan found more than three-quarters of respondents believed costs were rising faster than the official overall inflation rate of 2 per cent. Among these people, two-thirds of men and four out of five women mistakenly believed food prices had risen more than 2 per cent over the past year.
The costs that are actually rising fast are rents, rates, electricity, gas, healthcare and education expenses, Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows.
At the supermarket, shoppers have been saving $100 million a month on food, new research by Deloitte Access Economics claims.
The Deloitte report, commissioned by Coles, said that across the entire supermarket sector the "overall saving in food could in fact be worth $1.8 billion or more over the 18-month period" to end of June 2012.
Deloitte cited causes including increased competition between Coles and Woolworths as well as the entry of players such as Costco and before them, Aldi.
There may be more savings to come. Woolworths' general manager of fresh food Pat McEntee said that following excellent seasons in "almost all regions", shoppers would soon benefit from additional price reductions.
"We will start to see some further deflation in fruit and vegetables, which is great for the customer," Mr McEntee said. Currently Woolworths' average measure of fruit and vegetable prices is one per cent lower than this time last year. Read more here: 
Isn't this the chance and the good time to migrate to Australia?

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Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Australia greets you : Happy 2013 New Year

Australia greets you : Happy 2013 New Year 

Good day!!!!

Today it is the 3rd day of the year! How are you guys doing?

I am sure you are all looking for the year ahead.

Resolution are made, let us get going. 

How did Australia ushered the year ahead?

Let's look at a video I found on youtube. Thank you for the guy who created this simple video. 




Isn't it beautiful? The beauty of the Fireworks from Sydney Harbour.

Happy New Year Once again.
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Migration Avenue Blog Launched!!!

Migration Avenue Blog Launched!!! 

Hello there people. 

Great day ahead! Welcome to Migration Avenue first blog post. 

Let me begin by introducing Migration Avenue Blog to you.

Migration Avenue an established migration consulting firm decided to look at the various platform on the internet to further educate people on migration. Right now many people are looking to Australia and US to migrate.

So at Migration Avenue Blog, we will be posting daily news about Australia, business migration advice tips and strategies. We will also be posting on family migration and skilled migration.

To sum up, we will be touching on topics related to Business and Investor Migration, General skilled migration and family migration.

Thank you once again for visiting us at Migration Avenue.