A tale with heart
Last updated: February 19th, 2013 by admin
Australia is famous for its wildlife and when it gets into trouble, humans are generally willing to give whatever help they can. (Australians are pretty good at helping out other humans too). Recently a quick-thinking Adelaide women, managed to save the life of Dennis, a crested pigeon, when he stopped breathing, by giving him CPR. Dennis is now making a full recovery.
Australia also offers excellent healthcare facilities for its human residents. Anyone issued with a permanent visa can access its public healthcare system, which has an outstanding international reputation. This means not only that those moving to Australia can be assured of being well looked-after if they ever need medical assistance, but also that international medical professions are highly sought-after to work in Australia.
Those making the move will discover that Australia encourages healthy living. The country is full of sporting opportunities with many of them focused on the beach (although Winter sports are popular too). There is a sociable and relaxed atmosphere, which goes a long way to avoiding the problems of stress and burnout seen in other countries. Most people opt to start their new life in Australia by taking the stress out of the application process by enlisting the help of a NAATI translator.