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Australian Destination Guide

Posted on 20th September 2016

Fact file on Australia Capital City: Canberra Population: Despite being the sixth largest country in the world, Australia’s population is only made up of 24,168,303 people. Currency: Australian dollar Language: English is the most prominent language, with 78.5% of the population speaking it. Other languages spoken in Australia include Chinese, Italian, Greek, Arabic and Vietnamese. Business opportunities: Australian agencies are focusing on providing job opportunities to those moving from the UK in the engineering and construction industries, as well as the power, mining and building markets. Climate: Inland Australia (otherwise known as the Outback) experiences hot, dry summer days, with freezing…

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European Destination Guide – Spain

Posted on 20th September 2016

Fact file on Spain Capital City: Madrid Population: 46,095,093 in 2016, making it the sixth largest country in Europe. Currency: Euros Language: Spanish (Castilian) is spoken by 74% of Spaniards and is the country’s official language. Catalan is spoken by 17%, Galician by 7% and Basque by 2% of the Spanish population. Business opportunities: 40% of new businesses in Spain are started by female entrepreneurs. Climate: There are three different climate zones: Atlantic (mild and humid, can experience high rainfall and frequent snowfall in certain regions), Continental (hot summers and freezing cold winters), Mediterranean (mild winters and pleasant summers, without very…

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New passport checks may cause delays at major ports

Posted on 27th May 2015

With the introduction of new passport checks at major ports throughout the UK comes a concern for the creation of serious delays for those travelling by ferry and tunnel out of the country. The checks, which will be carried out on those leaving the country, will be enforced in the port of Dover and the nearby Channel Tunnel terminal in the area of Folkestone. Accompanying the existent checks that are carried out on those entering the country, the introduction of these new checks has come about for a number of reasons. Providing the country with vital confirmation of peoples’ exits from…

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