I got my 189 approved in March and I'm planning to move to Melbourne (first entry) by July end this year. I have read that the Australian financial year begins in July, hence the job markets open up with many new opportunities in July, hope this is a valid point.
Got a few...
I would like to live without a car in central Amsterdam. My knees won't let me ride a bicycle.
The biggest chore will be getting groceries. Do some of the better stores deliver for a fee?
I'm new to the forum and hoping someone will help me.
Working in Massy in a school and will not have a car and wondered what the best way to get to a supermarket for grocery shopping?
How reliable are public transport?
Looking at google map, Massy seems to be a large industrial town with...
My current IT experience is 12+ years and have been working all the while in IT. I have 6 years of project management experience. One of the IT companies in HK is offering me 470,000 HKD per year. I am yet to get the breakdown of the salary.
I need advice on the following:
1. Is this...
We have recently moved to Philadelphia and are finding the grocery shopping in America quite expensive compared to England. I was wondering what are classed as the best supermarkets in terms of value for money. We are also thinking of starting to shop online for our groceries, which grocery...
I will be moving to Australia in Jan 2015, I have one query can a PR holder start a small shop once he is in Australia? Are there any obligations for this.
Please give your valuable feedback.
I will be moving to Australia with PR VISA status. I have one query, Can a PR holder start a small shop once he is on Australia?
This information will help me a lot please give your valuable feedback.
Being from a Chinese origin family who never use soup cubes to make a soup, I'm craving to make stock or broth out of soup bones, be them from beef or pork.
Does anyone know if I could get soup bones in Paris? Where and how much would they be generally? If I need to go to the butchers', how...
Hoping that someone can help point the way to their favourite shop for some asian grocery items that aren't in abundance where we are living (warkworth area).
We'd like to buy a rice cooker, sushi rice (in larger quantities than is available in New World), Nori, green tea, miso paste, etc.
I understand that many of the chinese produce are full of pesticides and hormones pumped, similar to the US.
Here we buy everything in Wholefoods. What is the equivalent grocery store in HK?
thanks! stay healthy!:clap2: