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  • Northern Territory celebrates Refugee Week 2012 June 16, 2012 People in the Northern Territory will celebrate the valuable contribution of refugees to the community during Refugee Week 2012, the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Chris Bowen MP, and Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Senator Kate Lundy, said today. Refugee Week is
    Date: 16/06/2012 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2134851 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • Senator Amanda Vanstone MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS Cabinet reshuffle 23 January 2007 Following the Prime Minister’s announcement regarding the Cabinet reshuffle today, I will take some time to consider my future. After 22 years representing South Australia in the Senate and almost 11 years as a Minister (eight
    Date: 23/01/2007 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/SX5M6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Date: 12/01/2007 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/U5ZL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Canberra welcomes migrants 27 December 2006 A building boom, low unemployment and its tree-studded suburbs have made the Australian Capital Territory an increasingly popular choice for new arrivals to Australia. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said more than 1370 new migrants took up residence
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2OUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Migrants head to the West 27 December 2006 Increasing numbers of migrants are choosing Western Australia to set up home, with settler numbers at their highest since the Coalition came to government. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said 17 638 migrants settled in the
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3PUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre NSW migrant settlement steady New South Wales remains the most popular destination for migrants to settle, despite an increasing number of new arrivals choosing to live in other states. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said 44 661 migrants settled in NSW in 2005-2006 both
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6OUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Migrants rush to the Top End There was a big increase last year in the number of migrants who chose to start their new life in the Northern Territory. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said there was a 32 per cent increase in the
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/DOUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Migrants choose Queensland to settle Increasing numbers of migrants are choosing Queensland to set up home, with settler numbers at their highest since the Coalition came to government. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said 24 862 people migrated to Australia and settled in Queensland
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/POUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Settler numbers on the rise 27 December 2006 Australia has retained its reputation as a destination of choice for migrants, with settler arrival numbers continuing to rise. More than 131 000 people made Australia their new home during 2005-2006, up about 8000 on the previous year, Minister for
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/UNUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Big increase in migrants settling in SA South Australia has laid out the welcome mat for migrants, with the number of new settlers almost doubling in the past two years. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said 9099 migrants settled in Adelaide and South Australia’s
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/WOUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre UK migrants lead the charge to Tasmania 27 December 2006 Tasmania remains a popular destination for United Kingdom migrants, with an increasing number of Brits making the move to the Apple Isle. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said 177 UK citizens relocated to Tasmania
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/XOUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Victoria proves popular for migrants 27 December 2006 The number of migrants choosing to settle in Victoria continues to increase, with settler numbers at their highest since the Coalition came to government. Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone today said 32 297 migrants settled in Victoria
    Date: 27/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/YOUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre Dancing penguins get some help from overseas 26 December 2006 Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone said she was looking forward to catching the new Aussie movie Happy Feet during the holiday season - for two reasons. ‘Happy Feet, which opens across Australia today, was made
    Date: 26/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/NMUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre No break for doctors and nurses during festive season Sunday, 24 December 2006 More than 5000 recently arrived overseas-trained medical professionals will be working to save lives and help patients at Australian hospitals this Christmas, Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone said today. ‘We are very
    Date: 24/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/LMUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

  • Media Centre $2m for bio-skills teaching laboratory at University of Adelaide 20 December 2006 The University of Adelaide will receive $2 million in 2007 towards the development of a bio-skills teaching laboratory, Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs and Senator for South Australia Amanda Vanstone announced today. ‘The $2 million
    Date: 20/12/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/QLUL6 - Source: MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION... - Author: VANSTONE, Amanda

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