Settlement Guide

We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

https://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/english/en/podcastcollection/settlement-guide

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 7m. Bisher sind 179 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 22 hours 38 minutes

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The latest changes in 485 visa


The Federal Government has relaxed application requirements and visa criteria for international students to ensure Australia remains a priority destination for overseas students. Now, with the Temporary Graduate visa, international students have an opportunity to access longer stay in Australia to gain valuable work experience and explore a pathway to permanent residency.    


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Sea or tree change: Tips for moving to a regional area


A sea or tree change is an Australian dream for many retirees who seek a slower and more relaxed lifestyle in a smaller seaside or inland community. It seems that COVID-19 has accelerated many people’s decision, with the latest ABS data showing that capital cities suffered the biggest quarterly net loss on record last September, losing 11,000 people to regional towns. Here are some helpful points if you’re contemplating the big move.


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How to handle pandemic debt


A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many Australians are trapped in a vicious cycle of increasing debt while relying on multiple personal loans to cover their household bills and living costs. So, how do you live in debt and proactively manage your financial commitments?


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Changing your career during COVID-19


Prior to COVID-19, Australia’s mature workforce was already battling ageism with 68 per cent of employers indicating that they were unwilling to employ workers over 50 in a 2018 survey by the Australian Human Resources Institute.


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Helping your kids cope with the pandemic


Going back to normal school life can be an exciting or anxious time for children after the summer holidays. Here are some tips for parents to help your children ease into a new school year.


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What does Indigenous Recognition mean?


‘Voice’, ‘recognition’, ‘sovereignty’ and ‘treaty’ have become a significant part of the language used to discuss the development of Australia's relationship with its Indigenous peoples. For most people these are just words but for First Nations people, they symbolise hope for a better and more inclusive future, with more involvement in the decisions that directly affect their lives.


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Be prepared: Simple tips to get yourself and your property ready for bushfire season


Managing bushfire risk to your home and family means being prepared. Experts advise that people who live in bushfire-prone areas need a plan for an emergency.


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 2020-12-21  6m
 
 

Becoming a volunteer firefighter


Firefighters face many dangers every day and they suffer unpredictable disruption to their personal life. Australia heavily relies on volunteer firefighters for the protection of homes and communities. So, how do you become one of these real-life national heroes?


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 2020-12-21  6m
 
 

If a crisis strikes in summer, these alerts will help keep you safe and informed


Australia relaxes in summer, but it's important to stay safe. These emergency warning systems and alerts will help keep you safe and informed.


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 2020-12-21  8m
 
 

Fishing, floods and swimming: Here's how to stay safe in and around water


Summer is the perfect time to enjoy Australia’s beaches, rivers and waterways, but many new arrivals who are not familiar with water safety rules can put their life at risk. These safety guidelines for swimming, boating and fishing can help prevent drowning incidents and save money on fines.


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 2020-12-17  6m