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Special Report on Migrating to South Australia

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Hi Everyone,

 

I just thought I'd post a this link to a special report published in todays Weekend Australian newspaper. It has lots of really useful info for prospective migrants to the state. The report was also a a liftout feature in the hard copy of the newspaper and contained lots of adverts aimed at encouraging people to settle in Adelaide. The main thrust being to point out the positives in relation to the bigger Australian capitals.

-Housing affordability.

-Lifestyle.

-Shorter commuting time to the city.

 

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/specials/0,,5018858,00.html

 

Hope you find it useful.

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