New Zealand Immigration tightens student visa rules

  Immigration New Zealand has announced significant changes to requirements for the study to work visa and student policies that will come into effect from 25 July 2011. The changes have been done to attract more genuine students, and facilitate pathways to work and residence for highly skilled graduates.   The changes to New Zealand Study to Work visa means that student will need to study in New Zealand for at least two years or...

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Get a handle on mileage expenses

If the business if losing money because of the ever-increasing price of mileage expenses and travel allowance, then you can wish to look into fuel-efficient hybrids. Oil prices are required to retain increasing in the coming years, so now might be a good time to look at more fuel effective vehicles. www.mapmiles.com looks at the most fuel successful hybrids available on the market in 2010. The Toyota Prius is a 1.5 litre engine with...

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Recreational Kayaking

A kayak can be a great investment. There are so many benefits to a kayak that many people overlook when considering getting their own kayak. For example, once you buy a kayak, there is zero investment afterwards if you don’t want to. There is no need to register the kayak, you won’t need to buy gas for it, and maintenance is minimal on a kayak. You can easily let others borrow the kayak if they would like to, and...

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Travel Guidelines to Jodhpur

Jodhpur – the “Blue City”, is located in the Indian State of Rajasthan. The name “Blue City” is accorded to the blue colored houses which give an indigo aura surrounding the famous Mehrangarh Fort. Lying in the Thar Desert and receiving just a little amount of rainfall all year round, Jodhpur is also known as the Sun City. Jodhpur is a famous spot for tourists in Rajasthan because it offers places of...

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