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The Australian unemployment rate continues at 5.9 per cent, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics' March 2017 data. There is support available for those...
HIV infection rates in Australia are generally decreasing. But rates have increased among Indigenous Australians and people from Asian backgrounds. 
Dental care is expensive in Australia, but there are ways to bring down the costs.
On the occasion of Harmony Day, Soraya Koomthim-Barr, a community service volunteer in Melbourne, told us about how to overcome racism and racial discrimination,...
There is a renewed call for life jackets to become mandatory for rock fisherman following the death of two men in New South Wales.
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Settlement Guide

We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

The Australian unemployment rate continues at 5.9 per cent, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics' March 2017 data. There is support available for those...
Dental care is expensive in Australia, but there are ways to bring down the costs.
When we are sick, the first point of contact is often the family doctor, commonly referred to as general practitioners or GPs in Australia. All Australian...
Emotional abuse is recognised as a damaging element of family violence. The Australian Bureau of Statistics says 3.3 million Australians have experienced...
In Australia consumers have rights under the law called consumer guarantees - and they could save you money.However, people who've recently settled in Australia...