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14th June 2012

British expats moving to Australia for work and looking to purchase a home will need to adjust themselves to a different way of living, according to a property investor. Brett Alegre-Wood, founder of Your Property Club, explained that people tend to be a lot more spread out in Australia, so it pays read more ...

14th June 2012

European cities are becoming cheaper places to live for expat workers, according to new research. Mercer, a global leader in consulting and investment services, reported that Paris, Rome and Amsterdam have all become cheaper to live and work in. For example, in Paris, the rent for an unfurnished, read more ...

13th June 2012

Brits moving to Europe, the US or anywhere else in the world need to consider a number of things ahead of jetting off for a new life overseas, according to InternationalLiving.com. Health insurance, for one, is a big consideration and a practical one too, explained Jennifer Stevens, executive read more ...

13th June 2012

Contingency plans have been discussed for how to manage with the fallout if Greece were to exit the euro. Some of the ideas being suggested by European officials include introducing eurozone capital control, limiting the amount of money that can be withdrawn from an ATM machine and putting in place read more ...

12th June 2012

Art Basel is one of the biggest, most influential, seismic contemporary art fairs in the world, a behemothic beast of artistic exuberance, sway and visibility. It continues to matter and in its 43rd incarnation, it continues to be an important platform for showcasing and articulating the world of read more ...

08th June 2012

The Royal Academy of Arts was founded in 1768 by King George III, most famous for various eccentricities and being head of state during some of the most violent, conflict-ridden periods of European history, not least of all the American War of Independence. He was also known for being an extremely read more ...

08th June 2012

The Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee has approved proposed new rules that will make buying a home a much easier and practical affair. Brits and other Europeans working and living anywhere within the EU will benefit from the new regulations, which aim to ensure mortgages are suitably matched read more ...

08th June 2012

Australia has bucked the trend for economic inertia after it was revealed that its economy has grown at its fastest rate since the financial crisis of 2008. Known for being resource-rich, worldwide demand for iron ore and other commodities (particularly from China) helped it report a 4.3 per cent read more ...

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