New expats to be banned from Sydney and Melbourne

Pedro Gonçalves
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Australia is getting ready no make Sydney and Melbourne a no-go zone for new expats in a bid to tackle the population imbalance seen across the country and the challenges facing overpopulated cities. Statistics issued from the country's Department of Immigration reveals that one in ten people entering Australia relocate to a city within a period of 18 months and last year saw Sydney and Melbourne become home for 87% of Australia's skilled migrants. Both cities are beginning to buckle un...

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