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Melbourne Art Fair 2.-5.8.2018

Melbourne Art Fair 2018

Suomi-Seura / Finland Society

You can read the Internet version of Suomen Silta/Finland Bridge 2-3/2017 on Suomi-Seura’s website http://www.suomi-seura.fi/fi/julkaisut - click the photo of the cover. If you use a PC to read the magazine, make sure that your browser is updated to the latest version.

FOR JOB-SEEKERS
Website: https://www.jobbydoo-au.com

Jobbydoo internet site helps to find job opportunities from Australia nationwide quickly, easily and for free.
Jobbydoo aggregates job vacancies from all Australian career sites, job boards and recruitment agencies, and organises that information to make it accessible with easy find/search option.
Jobbydoo is a useful and highly relevant resource. Key advantages of Jobbydoo:
- Fresh, comprehensive job listings organised in an easy to use interface.
- The site is completely secure - Jobbydoo is the first job search engine to use the HTTPS protocol that ensures data protection.
- Excellent for job-seekers, students and graduates.
- Reliability: Jobbydoo already collaborates with many Educational and Governmental Institutions, such as: University of Queensland, Macquarie University Sydney, Flinders University, Illawarra TAFE NSW.

Contact person:
Lisa Miller
Communication Manager | Jobbydoo Australia
E-mail: lisa@jobbydoo-au.com

Australian SBS-radio

Australia's SBS Radio is the biggest one of its kind and it broadcasts in 74 different languages. Once a week, it broadcasts a one hour program in Finnish hosted by Karl Mattas. Timo Uotila contributes to the program on a regular basis. Listen to the programs at http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/finnish/audiohighlights.

International Association of Language Centres (IALC)
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2017 Directory of IALC language schools

Easy School of Languages
Newsletter August 2016

Canberra Finnish Society Inc.

Read the latest newsletter Uutukainen.

Older newsletters can be found at http://www.dundernews.com/Canberran_Suomi-Seura/Canberran_Uutukaiset.html.

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