- Posted by Joe Campbell on November 22, 2018 in Travel
By Kirsty Lamont, Money Expert at Mozo
From handcrafting soy candles to designing clothing from scratch, starting a small business online has never been easier. But whether you’re just starting out or have got the local market cornered, any business owner should always be planning their next step.
With online shopping booming around the world, you might be thinking it’s time you took your side hustle global. But before you break down borders, there are a few things to get on top of to help prevent a financial disaster and make your online business a success.
- Posted by Joe Campbell on April 23, 2018 in Travel Uncategorized
You might have heard of Australian New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) Day, which is coming up on the 25th of April. It’s not just an excuse to eat oatey, golden-syrup biscuits though. In this article we’re going to give you a bit of a background into what ANZAC Day is all about.
- Posted by Joe Campbell on March 18, 2018 in Students Travel
We’ve been there. Borrowing money for study is all fun-and-games until it comes time to paying it back! We’re here to give you a bit of a briefing on paying back your student loans. Plus, we’ll tell you how we can help.
- Posted by Joe Campbell on February 12, 2018 in Travel
Moving to distant lands, whether for work or to seek adventure, can be one of life’s most exciting experiences. However, there’s no denying it can also be stressful at times. So, how can you ease the discomfort of the move so you can make the most of the experience?
- Posted by Joe Campbell on December 13, 2017 in Travel
It’s December now, so you’re probably hearing Christmas carols every time you walk down the street. Yes – it’s nearly the end of the year, so before we get there, we thought we’d look at some Kiwi Christmas traditions to get you in the Christmas spirit for the 25th of December!
The Christmas spirit is embraced by most Kiwi families. You might notice it in your workplace, around the shop front windows and on T.V and the radio. Some people love it more than others too. Often there will be that one person in the office that will wear their Santa hat every single day during December, even if it’s 25 degrees outside! Kiwis REALLY like getting festive. There are some essential Kiwi Christmas Traditions that you need to know about.
- Posted by Sean on September 21, 2017 in Immigration Students Travel
Australia’s education crackdowns in student funding
If you were hoping to move to Australia for future study, you’ll want to know about a few new rule changes that may affect you. What does this higher education reform mean for you? We’re going to look specifically at tertiary students coming from New Zealand (including some Australian permanent residents).
- Posted by Sean on May 1, 2017 in Immigration Students Travel
Adjusting to expat life can be both exciting and challenging. If you’re living expat life, you may enjoy reading about the experiences of others going through the same transition – so we’ve compiled this list of some of the most insightful and entertaining expat blogs and websites to follow in 2017.
- Posted by Laurie I on December 7, 2016 in Immigration Travel
We know that talking politics usually starts arguments but we just couldn’t help ourselves with this, our bonus part in The Relationship Across the Ditch series. We’re going to use the opportunity to take you through the political agendas of the relationship between Australia and New Zealand.
- Posted by Laurie I on November 16, 2016 in Travel
As they say, you only get once chance to make a first impression. Not only can you say hello in different ways, but you can also show someone a hello too. To prove that we’re not kidding, we’re going to take you through ten of the most interesting greetings from around the world.
- Posted by Laurie I on October 18, 2016 in Immigration Travel
Let’s be honest – sport is competitive by nature. It’s even more competitive when you’ve got years of underlying rivalry to let out. We’re going to take you through some of the biggest sporting highs and lows between Australia and New Zealand on this installment of The Relationship Across The Ditch.