The policy is meant to reduce overcrowding in the two largest cities of Australia, and simultaneously enhance other regions, said Tuesday the Minister of population in the country Alan Taj, reports the BBC. Critics worry the proposed new visa rules could lead to labour shortages.
Thousands of new migrants could be banned from living in the nation's biggest cities under a radical plan to tackle congestion.
There are now no limits on where individuals can settle after they receive a skilled migrant visa.
Also migrants will offer certain incentives, said Mr. Taj, with the hope that they will stay in less populated areas of the country.These visa restrictions will not apply to migrants who arrive under family reunification or visas that are issued at the request of employers. Migrants will gravitate to opportunities & amenities in cities.
Some regional centres and rural politicians have lobbied for years for more skilled residents to ensure their towns survive.
It's understood Population and Urban Infrastructure Minister Alan Tudge will outline the Morrison Government's soon-to-be-released population policy in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Mr Tudge will say travel in peak times in Sydney takes 65 percent longer than off-peak, and 55 percent, in Melbourne.
The government may introduce visa conditions to limit where some migrants live for up to five years, Tudge said.
Around two in every five Australians live in Sydney and Melbourne alone.
It's not clear if the plan would survive a legal challenge.
Healthy mice born to same-sex parents
Using a mash-up of stem cells and cloning technology, a team in Beijing claims to have generated mice with same-sex parents. He said, "To consider exploring similar technology for human application in the near future is implausible".
According to TMZ , the first incident occurred in the last week of September at the star's home in Studio City, California. Gomez's 90-day treatment in Tennessee came amid her Revival World Tour, causing her to cancel the remaining concert dates.
Le ministère de la Santé, contacté par l'AFP , n'a pas encore défini sa décision après l'avis transmis il y a " quelques jours ". Dans une note publiée ce mercredi , l'instance recommande l'arrêt total de l'activité liée au bronzage artificiel.
Cabinet ministers briefed on the Brexit talks said the issue of the Irish backstop was close to being settled, the FT said. The DUP has threatened to vote against the government's budget if it goes ahead with the plan.
The documentary that really brought the issues with The Simpsons' portrayal of Apu was aptly titled " The Problem With Apu ". The writing as on the wall for this to be addressed, though very few actually caught it beforehand.
He also commented on his childhood. "You know, my dad and my mum separated, so I didn't have a lot of male energy in my home". President Donald Trump talks to rapper Kanye West , seated right, and others in the Oval Office of the White House.
The player himself also spoke out, calling on Le Graet to "forget" about him at a time when France should be celebrating. "Mr. In May, after Le Graet said in an interview that the striker was "ancient history", Benzema again responded on Twitter .
Then, in 2016, Hawking, along with the co-authors of his latest study, said they may finally be on to something. The difficulty is that if you throw something into a black hole it looks like it disappears.
CNBC reported that Apple plans on debuting the revamped TV app with original content and new features in "early 2019". By creating a library of entirely family friendly content, Apple can stand apart from Netflix as something different.
She insisted Evans has told the truth and disputed that she either showed Weinstein her breasts or misled investigators. Weinstein's defence lawyer later suggested, outside court, that Ms Evans should be criminally prosecuted for perjury.
If you're wondering about what's next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it'll probably involve quite a bit of Captain Marvel . Scarlett Johansson will reportedly earn $15 million for her title role in Marvel Studios' long-awaited Black Widow film.
Wall Street dégringole, les bourses mondiales aussi
Le recul est moins fort, mais toutefois marqué en Europe: Londres abandonne 1,84%, Bruxelles 1,78%, Paris 1,5% et Francfort 1,33%. La Bourse de Hong-Kong reculait de près de -4% une heure avant la clôture hier et perdait -3,19% à l'ouverture jeudi.
Hubble placed in safe mode as gyro issues investigated
The remaining three gyros available for use are technically enhanced and expected to have significantly longer operational lives. Rachel Osten, deputy mission head for the Hubble Space Telescope , tweeted, "Very stressful weekend".
Stigma remains as world celebrates Mental Health Day
The major causes of early death of people with mental illness are cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease and cancer. Against this background, Wheeler said greater efforts must be made to "help young people build mental resilience".
Federer forced to battle again on way to Shanghai quarters
Fourth-seeded Alexander Zverev of Germany also advanced to the quarterfinals by pasting Alex de Minaur of Australia 6-1, 6-4. Open last month and looked in complete control as he won 34 of 40 points on his first-serve to book a place in the last 16.
Dakota Johnson addresses pregnancy rumours on 'Ellen'
The balloon release led many to believe that the party was a gender reveal party for Johnson's supposed pregnancy. Onlookers spotted a bunch of blue balloons let up in the air and immediately presumed she is pregnant with a boy.
Chute des Bourses européennes dans le sillage de Wall Street
La Bourse de Tokyo a clôturé en baisse de 3,89% et les Bourses chinoises ont ouvert ce jeudi sur un recul marqué, de plus de 3%. La directrice du FMI Christine Lagarde a justifié jeudi ces hausses de taux au vu du contexte économique actuel.