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Category Archives: Living in Australia

This City Has Been Named the Most Affordable for Millennials

It’s a g’day to be young Down Under. G’day, Sydney: You’ve just been named the most affordable city in the world for young people. The Australian metropolis topped a ranking of the most cost-friendly cities in the YouthfulCities Affordability Index, a study of 55 metro areas from the perspective of 15 to 29-year-olds. The list, […]

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23 Reasons Australia Is The Most Stunningly Perfect Place To Travel

Australia is travel heaven, and if we had it our way, we’d be there all. the. time. In fact, if “money were no object,” U.S. travelers would choose to visit Australia over almost every other country on Earth, according to TripAdvisor’s most recent TripBarometer study. And we can’t say we blame them. The Land Down […]

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Australia’s ‘best’ universities named

The 2015-16 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, released on Thursday (AEST), showed Australia was the seventh most represented country out of 70 surveyed, with eight institutions in the top 200 and 22 in the top 400. But the rankings editor warned that Australia would struggle to maintain high performance and research outputs without generous […]

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Which global cities have the best and worst reputations in 2015?

(CNN)  Australia, give yourself a pat on the back. Sydney and Melbourne are the two most reputable cities in the world, according to the latest study by the Reputation Institute. The 2015 City RepTrak study surveyed more than 19,000 residents of G8 countries — France, Germany, Italy, UK, Japan, U.S., Canada and Russia. Respondents were […]

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Top 10 Countries with the Highest Quality of Life

What are the countries with the highest quality of life? This question was addressed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development through its Better Life Index which compares the well-being of member countries. The OECD studied 36 countries and evaluated material living conditions and quality of life based on 11 categories: income, housing, jobs, […]

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Melbourne voted the world’s most liveable city — again

For those who live in Melbourne it’s no surprise the city has been named the world’s most liveable city for the fifth consecutive year. The city has topped the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual global liveability ranking, beating Austria’s capital Vienna by just 0.1 point. Adelaide came in equal fifth position with Calgary, the third Canadian […]

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