Pichaki baa barghaaye sabze tireh
Saturday and Sunday: Harbourside view, The Secret Garden, Blue Point Cafes, feeding cheeky lorikeets
Sitting here under the sun, hum and noises of people around m, feel relaxed enough but at the back of my mind somebody is waiting. Ciboو Melbourne Street
Wind in the trees
Birds passing by
So it's not a conifer after all! I park my car under this tree every day, and I used to think it's a conifer, kind of a pine tree, but today I noticed flowers! Its officially a sheoak now.
This is true. This is what you see when you live in SA:
Hold skilled migration until SA economy improves
Far from being the land of new opportunities touted by the State Government, new migrants are finding South Australia riven with high unemployment.
More than 15,000 permanent migrants settle in South Australia every year, although not all stay. Over the past five years, 9,265 skilled migrants were successfully nominated by the State Government. Many also bring their families. Read more