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Read moreNews headlinesJuly 27, 2019 14:40:21 Australia’s honeymoon may not be a thing, but honeymoon is still alive and well.
Australia’s honeyday is on the horizon and for some Australians it’s a very special day, especially when the sun is shining.
On Thursday, July 27, a new government measure was introduced to extend the honeyday from July 26 to August 3.
The new law, which has been criticised by some, is part of the Government’s efforts to attract more Australians to Australia.
It will allow Australians who have been in the country for less than a year to stay for up to 12 months.
Some people will be able stay longer.
Some will not.
The bill aims to allow people to stay in Australia longer and for longer.
The changes will come into force for those who live in the Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania and Queensland.
It also includes a change to the rules about foreign travel.
Read about the laws change and why some people may be worried.
What you need a passport forRead moreRead moreThe changes to the laws came after an analysis by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) found there were 4.8 million Australians in Australia, making it the second-largest population after the US.
“We are also concerned about the impact on business and tourism,” DIBP secretary-general Stephen Whelan said.
The department has been looking at the impact of the changes and is assessing whether the changes will cause “any significant adverse impacts”.
The new laws will affect people from other countries.
Australian travellers travelling to the US will have to show their current passport to get a US visa.
The DIBRP is also reviewing whether the change will cause a change in the number of Australians living in the US, a decision that will be taken by the end of the year.
But many Australians, especially older people, who travel to the States say it will be too little too late.
“I’ve never been here, so I don’t know if it’s possible,” said Sydney-based Australian, John Wills, as he walked through a small crowd in a Sydney park.
“People who have moved out of their homes will be affected and people will need to apply for a visa,” he said.
“There’s a lot of people here, but they’ll have to be very careful with who they come in contact with.”
The DibP said the changes would affect travellers from other states and territories.
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