10 Jahre Knast - ohne Bewährung! Für Dale, Frank und Sahne kein Problem, denn so haben die Brüder das beste Alibi der Welt und mit Hilfe ihres Anwalts und einiger korrupter Aufseher ziehen sie weiterhin perfekt ausgeführte Raubüberfälle durch. Aber nach dem nächsten Coup soll Schluss sein, danach wollen sich die drei in Freiheit zur Ruhe setzen. Ausgerechnet dieses Mal geht jedoch so einiges fürchterlich schief...
10 Jahre Knast... ohne Bewährung. Das hindert die Brüder Dale, Frank und Shane jedoch nicht daran, perfekt ausgeführte Raubüberfälle durchzuziehen, denn wer verdächtigt schon langjährig verurteilte Häftlinge? An den luktrativen Freigängen verdienen vor allem ihre Anwälte und korrupte Gefängniswärter - bis eines Tages einer der Jobs fürchterlich schief geht ...Darsteller:Guy Pearce, Joel Edgerton, Rachel Griffiths, Aris Gounaris, Beth Buchanan, Colwyn Roberts, Damien Richardson, David No, Don Bridges, Dorian Nkono, Doug Bowles, Frank Kennedy, Gary Rens, Georgie Bax, Greg Fleet, James Charters, James Shaw, Jason Gilchrist, Jasper Bagg, Kate Atkinson, Kerry Cole, Kym Gyngell, Leanne McCulloch, Louise Crawford, Marc Calderazzo, Mischelle Radford, Nash Edgerton, Niniane Le Page, Paul Sonkkila, Peter Regan, Phil Pollard, Rhondda Findleton, Robert Taylor, Roger Neave, Ross Daniels, Scottie Cameron, Stephen Whittaker, Tahu Marumaru, Tony Jones, Torquil Neilson, Vince Colosimo, Wasim Sabra
Successful Job Interviews For Dummies - Australia / NZ, Australian and New Zeal: Kate Southam, Joyce Lain Kennedy
Just Doing My Job:Cops, firies, ambos. Everyday Australians with extraordinary stories. Hachette Australia James Knight
Job Stress in University Staff:An Australian Research Study Anthony H. Winefield, Carolyn Boyd, Judith Saebel, Silvia Pignata
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The trucker´s job - so vital to our nation´s everyday life - makes for a diverse treasure trove of stories. This first-ever collection of stories about Aussie truckers captures the humour, tragedy, and fascinating history of their world, proving once again that truth is often stranger, funnier, and more inspiring than fiction. The unlikely yarns and tales, collected by Jim Haynes, quickly transport the listener into the intriguing but often hard and lonely world of the long-distance truck driver. There are stories of endurance while crossing the Nullarbor in the early 1950s, of rescuing mates stranded in the desert and dumping wheat in protest at Parliament House, of repossessing vehicles in suburban Adelaide, and of men imprisoned during the long political battle to make the roads of Australia free to carry freight. Steeped in larrikinism, these are salt-of-the-earth Aussie voices from the most genuine characters to ever spin a yarn. Whether you´re interested in one of the most significant social revolutions to have shaped our nation, or in these never-say-die modern pioneers who astound with their resourcefulness, or whether you´re just after a laugh and a bloody good story, this book is for you. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Haynes. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/boli/001441de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Poverty, famines, wars, and ethnic conflicts lead to large movements of refugees. The papers in this book provide an analysis of the economics of immigration. Junankar discusses why people migrate, the likely destinations for migrants, and their employment in the destination countries. He studies the benefits to the migrant families in terms of higher wages and living standards, and also studies how immigrants fare in the Australian labour markets in terms of finding good jobs, and whether there is discrimination against them. Economics of Immigration analyses the macroeconomic impacts of immigration on the Australian economy and discusses why some groups favour immigration while other groups are against it. Junankar argues immigration has been beneficial for employment and growth; not only adding to labour supply but also to labour demand, hence leading to favourable outcomes. This collection of essays shows how immigration has helped the economic development of Australia, while also highlighting that the historical reasons for immigration lie in the colonisation of many countries in Asia and Africa. Raja Junankar studied at the London School of Economics, and has a Ph.D. from the University of Essex. He has held research and teaching appointments in Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, India, and the United States of America. He has published several books and refereed papers in leading national and international journals. He is an Emeritus Professor, University of Western Sydney and Honorary Professor, UNSW Australia.
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