3 Questions Every Graduate Should Ask At A First Job Interview

16 June 2016
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A job interview isn't a one-way selection process. For graduates, it's particularly important to decide if your first job is the right move for you, and a competent candidate should have some pertinent questions to ask the hiring manager. If you're preparing for your first interview, think about the questions you intend to pose with the following three suggestions. What does a typical career path look like here? When you've studied for several years at a university, you want the certainty that you have a challenging and valuable career ahead of you, so it's reasonable to find out if you can expect one. Read More 

Steps to Take as a Dog Bite Victim

19 November 2015
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Dog bites occur at a much more common rate than you might realise. They are one of the most common types of personal injury claims that are pursued in court. If you are bit by a dog and are injured as a result, there are specific actions that you need to take to ensure that you are compensated for your injury and suffering. These steps that you need to take after a dog bite need to be performed in a timely manner to enhance your personal injury claim. Read More 

Frequently Asked Partner Visa Questions

1 July 2015
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When you are married to someone who is not a citizen or permanent resident of Australia, you will need to obtain what is known as a partner visa to help that person gain residency. You must be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia and New Zealand to apply for this visa. But before you begin the application process, here are the answers to some important questions about a partner visa: Read More 

Residential Acoustical Management: Types of Insulation

19 June 2015
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Sound management is important in residential buildings because external noise causes extensive discomfort, particularly at night. In addition, loud sounds can cause damage to ears and lower sensitivity to audio warning signals. Unwanted noise in residential areas can come from a wide range of sources, including nearby roads, construction projects and general neighborhood clamor. You should consider adding acoustic insulation to the structure of your home to mitigate the noise and restore serenity. Read More 

How to get the Most out of Meeting with a Counsellor

10 June 2015
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If you've made the decision to speak to someone who qualified to deal with a range of psychological issues, you've taken the first step to taking the proactive choice to take charge of whatever thoughts, behaviours or other issues causing you distress. But once you've found a suitable counsellor with experience addressing your specific issues, there are a number of ways you can get the best out of the sessions. No matter who you sit opposite, here's what to remember. Read More