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Record number of arrivals swells population Figures suggest we're
experiencing the biggest boom since the 1950s, writes Kelsey Munro. A
COMBINATION of high immigration rates and high birth rates has pushed
Australia to a record population boom.

Evans takes student safety message to India Federal Immigration
Minister Chris Evans is travelling to India to try to reassure
students that Australia is a safe place to study. Senator Evans will
be the first Federal Government minister to visit India since concerns
were raised about the safety of Indian students in Australia.

International Student Senate Inquiry Australian International students
Senate Inquiry taking submissions to reach solutions* Greens Senator
Sarah Hanson-Young says continuing reports about problems with
international education in highlights the importance of a Senate
Inquiry into the sector that will report back in November this year.
Reports today described ’s international education sector as being in
parts an “immigration racket”, comprising of dodgy courses, steep
fees, and empty promises.

Australia's favourite wines. Wine Try saying the phrase "shiraz
socialist" five times fast after a couple of glasses of pinot noir.
The inherent pronunciation difficulties may explain why certain
politicians persist with the phrase "chardonnay socialist" as their
preferred term of abuse, even though it reveals their utter ignorance
of what most Australians actually drink.

Prestige home prices tumble 40pc THE Australian face of the US
investment bank whose collapse triggered the global financial meltdown
has sold his northern Sydney house for $8 million less than it was
worth before the crisis in one of the prime examples of the crash in
the prestige property market, which has plummeted up to 40 per cent
from the boom years. http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au...89-601,00.html

Treating cultures as a homogenous group doesn't reflect reality. I
FELT a chill pass over me last week as I sat in a panel discussion on
multiculturalism in Europe at the International Political Science
Conference. http://www.theage.com.au/opinion/a-m...0719-dph2.html

Ghost jobs - recruiters fight the downturn The slump in the job
market has hit recruiters, forcing some to cut staff, or even resort
to questionable methods as competition for survival heats up. The
recruiters association recently released a survey showing that less
than half of the 179 members polled are confident of an improvement to
their business in the next three months.

Sziget Island Music Festival Budapest Hungary welcomes 250,000
visitors from Europe August 2009 http://www.sziget.hu/festival_english

AIEC Australian International Education Centre Europe http://www.aiec.biz


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