Moving to Australia: why Brits are newly keen to head Down Under

The Telegraph, August 2015 

Much has been written about Britons falling out of love with life in Australia. Fewer of them have been moving there, and increasing numbers of expats have been returning to the UK

 

Britain no longer top source of Australia migrants

The Telegraph, July 25, 2012

For many years, Britain provided the largest number of new migrants to Australia, but after being knocked from the top spot last year, new figures show that it has fallen to third place

 

Expats warned of illegal home crackdown in Thailand

The Telegraph, July 20, 2012

Expats who own land illegally in Thailand could be deported under tough new laws being drafted by the government

 

Head east for the land of smiles

A Place in The Sun, May 2012

Thailand is often called the land of smiles. The slogan traditionally refers to the friendliness of the locals, but foreigners too have found themselves with plenty to grin about after setting up a base in the country 

 

Expats in Nigeria top for oil and gas pay

The Telegraph, March 20, 2012

Research released this week by recruiter The Curzon Partnership said that energy firms in the African nation were now paying the biggest "country premiums" to attract staff

 

Australia's Northern Territory welcomes migrants

The Telegraph, March 6, 2012

The territory recently signed a regional migration agreement (RMA) with the federal government to allow them to more easily recruit foreign workers to cope with the staff shortages caused by the resources boom in the region

 

The rise of the ping-pong pom

A Place in The Sun, March 2012

Australia has long topped the list of the most popular places for Britons to emigrate, and it's easy to see why: it has a similar culture, there's no language barrier, the weather is much warmer and there's that amazing outdoor lifestyle of beaches and barbecues

 

Can you beat the blues abroad?

guardianweekly.co.uk, October 17 2007

If grey skies get you sad, blue skies would seem the obvious way back to happy. As the days grow shorter and winter begins its gloomy descent on the UK, seasonal affective disorder (Sad) sufferers could be forgiven for daydreaming about emigrating to a land where the sun shines year-round

High price of banking abroad

guardianweekly.co.uk, April 26 2007
If you're one of the many Britons planning to emigrate, you might assume you'll be glad to leave behind the UK banking system and its excessive overdraft charges, pitiful interest rates and poor customer service. But if you think you'll be any better off in your new country, you may be in for a rude shock