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14th May 2012

The freeing-up of the commercial property market in the US has been a real positive for the country's economy and may have contributed to more international movers. That's according to Mike Foster, from Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties, who has stated that the loosening within the market read more ...

14th May 2012

Those moving to Australia, specifically Adelaide, will be pleased to hear the city has been named at the top of a survey for planning among rival Australian cities. Those moving overseas to the city should know it beat off competition from fellow settlements Sydney and Melbourne to come top of the read more ...

14th May 2012

Those moving to Australia will be pleased to hear that Qantas has announced plans to increase capacity on a number of domestic routes. Qantas, Jetstar and QantasLink routes will all be increased throughout the remainder of this year and into 2013 with bosses hoping that those in the country will be read more ...

14th May 2012

Relocation to another country, let alone another continent, can prove stressful for families but the head at Rightmove Overseas has suggested there is plenty to smile about for those moving to Dubai. Given that Dubai and the Gulf has grown to become a large business hub over the past few years, read more ...

14th May 2012

Those moving to Australia in the near future have been advised that the demand for housing in the country's mining towns is currently huge. According to Brett Alegre-Wood, property investor and founder of Your Property Club, the economy down under is currently working on a two-tier basis with the read more ...

14th May 2012

People considering moving to Canada will be reassured by a recent message from the country's citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism minister Jason Kenney. Speaking at the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations, Mr Kenney said that it was looking to make immigration faster, more flexible and read more ...

10th May 2012

Hints of modernity speak silently in the paint strokes of Edouard Manet's Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus (1868), unsure of whether to remain locked in the realism of the past or to forgo everything that was for the sweet dissenting embrace of impressionism. Unfinished it might be, but the prelude read more ...

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