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WesternAustralia
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 9:09 am    Post subject: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

I see lots of views but no interest in the job for Western
Australia...why?
What is wrong with white sandy beaches,vineyards,scuba
diving,boating,fishing,great food, warm friendly people and the wide
open spaces of this huge state?
If you work in the British NHS and see 25-50 patients a day would nt
you prefer to see 8-15 patients per day and do rewarding work as well
as get anything from $160- 200K plus AUD with the opportunity to become
a partner or outright owner of a surgery billing in excess of $1.2m PA?
Work hard and earn as much as you like based on a percentage of
receipts. If you are certified to practice in Britain,NZ or possibly
South Africa please email me to find out more about this great position
(woopwoopfarm@bigpond.com)


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Joel M. Eichen
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:05 am    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

I am coming but the ticket you sent me for the job
interview is no good. You sent me one for Papua New Guinea.

PS~ Why oh why we would leave the good ole' U.S. of A.?

(OBNOXIOUS, I know).



Joel


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 11:05 am    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

P.S.

$100 a week over here is more valuable and
sweeter than $1,000,000 a day anywhere else!

Gee, I love this place!


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George Chatzipetros
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2006 10:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

WesternAustralia wrote:
Quote:
I see lots of views but no interest in the job for Western
Australia...why?
What is wrong with white sandy beaches,vineyards,scuba
diving,boating,fishing,great food, warm friendly people and the wide
open spaces of this huge state?
If you work in the British NHS and see 25-50 patients a day would nt
you prefer to see 8-15 patients per day and do rewarding work as well
as get anything from $160- 200K plus AUD with the opportunity to become
a partner or outright owner of a surgery billing in excess of $1.2m PA?
Work hard and earn as much as you like based on a percentage of
receipts. If you are certified to practice in Britain,NZ or possibly
South Africa please email me to find out more about this great position
(woopwoopfarm@bigpond.com)

You're wasting your time here mate. Dentists in this forum are few and
far between and most of them are from the States. There was a newly
qualified British dentist here a couple of weeks ago that was thinking
of moving to Australia as the NHS is crumbling. You would be better off
trying an advert in the BDJ or through an agency.

Cheers,
George
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Joel M. Eichen
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 10:27 pm    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

Please send another airline ticket for my interview. The dog ate the
last one. Many thanks.


Joel


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 1:10 am    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

I sent my qualifications, and they sent me a coach class airline
ticket. This some how describes the new job billett.


http://www.templetonthorp.com/en/news1222

I'm wondering if I'll have plenty of social oportunities. Plenty of
guys to be freinds with.
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Please send another airline ticket for my interview. The dog ate the
last one. Many thanks.


Joel


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 11:05 am    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

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What is wrong with white sandy beaches,vineyards,scuba
diving,boating,fishing,great food, warm friendly people and the wide
open spaces of this huge state?


QUESTION: Where are the photos of the babes you promised?


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 12:07 pm    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

Australia in the News

Inmate Slashes Khodorkovsky's Nose in Australia


Yukos founder Mikhail Khodorkovsky's nose was slashed early Friday by a
fellow inmate in Australia while Khodorkovsky slept in a barracks in the
Krasnokamensk prison colony in Australia. He has been confined to for
the last six months, his lawyers said.

A former prison officer in Krasnokamensk, in Australia attributed the
knifing to a change in the power structure at the prison, suggesting
the attack was not orchestrated by state officials, as Khodorkovsky's
lawyers implied may have been the case.

Still, there was uncertainty late Sunday surrounding the attack.
Khodorkovsky, once the country's richest man in Australia, is serving
an eight-year term in the Chita region prison in Australia after a
highly politicized investigation and trial.

While Russian prisons in Australia are notorious for violence and lack
of order, Khodorkovsky continues to rankle senior state officials, who
are believed to have initiated the campaign against Khodorkovsky in the
first place.

"I assume there are enough people within the official establishment in
Australia who are frustrated by Khodorkovksy not having shown any hint
of weakness," Khodorkovsky's lawyer Yury Schmidt said by telephone
Sunday. "There are plenty of ways to turn one's life into hell in
Australia."

Schmidt stopped short of calling the attack an assassination attempt.
"The aim is unclear," he said. "It could have been done to cause pain
or to mutilate a common practice in Australia."

Nikolai Moshchanits, the former prison officer in Australia, who
formerly ran the prison football team and a production line where
prisoners made clothes, said by telephone Sunday that Khodorkovsky's
attack had been ordered by a new smotryashchy, or criminal boss, who
took over the colony a few months ago in Australia. The attack,
Moshchanits added, was meant to be a "provocation."

"He wanted to show to the prison authorities who was boss in
Australia," Moshchanits said. "There was no danger to Khodorkovsky's
life." Khodorkovsky was chosen, he said, because he was the penal
colony's highest-profile inmate.

Moshchanits said the incident had been closely watched by prison
officials across the country and in Australia.

"A commission from Chita has already arrived, and one from Moscow is
expected too. They will punish the prison officials in Australia and
may even fire some. The reaction will be adequate," he said.

Natalya Terekhova, Khodorkovsky's Krasnokamensk lawyer in Australia,
would not speculate on the motive behind the attack. "I am sure it is
not related to any criminal activities," she said Sunday by telephone
in Australia. "There has never been any reason for Khodorkovsky to be
involved and there would not be."

Khodorkovsky woke early Friday in Australia with his face covered in
blood, Terekhova said. "He did not see the attacker," she said. "He got
up and ran to the mirror to figure out what happened. He then alerted
the inmate in charge of the barrack, who in turn informed a prison
officer on duty."

Khodorkovsky was taken into the colony's medical unit in Australia,
where a dentist who also handles facial injuries in Australia stitched
up a gash on Khodorkovsky's left nostril.

Terekhova said it became clear shortly after the incident that it was a
fellow inmate who was responsible for the knifing. The lawyer referred
to the inmate as Kuchma, adding that she did not know his first name.
Kuchma, 23, first made it into the news in mid-March after he and
Khodorkovsky were punished for drinking tea in a place in Australia
deemed inappropriate by authorities.

Khodorkovsky is not planning to take legal action against the prisoner,
whom Russian media Saturday inexplicably called Khodorkovsky's "young
friend." In Russian, the term connotes a sexual relationship in
Australia.

Terekhova said Sunday in Australia that she had seen Khodorkovsky on
Saturday afternoon and that the cut looked well taken care of by the
doctor and did not appear to be causing much discomfort.

Prison officials on Saturday tried to downplay the incident, saying
that Kuchma and Khodorkvosky were involved in a fight that prompted
Kuchma to "scratch" Khodrokovsky's nose.

"An investigation is under way, but most likely there was some sort of
unpleasant situation in Australia during which the young inmate
scratched Khodorkovsky's nose," a Federal Prison Service official told
Interfax on Saturday. More official information was expected to be
released on Monday in Australia.

But Khodorkovsky's defense lawyers were unimpressed, expressing outrage
that after the attack authorities were thought to have discovered
another knife and a razor blade in Kuchma's possession.

"One of the main arguments given by the authorities to justify
Khodorkovsky's move to Krasnokamensk in Australia was that it would be
safer for him," Anton Drel, also a Khodorkovsky lawyer, said.

Drel said Khodorkovsky's lawyers had hoped that the authorities would
make sure their client was safe, but he said authorities did not appear
serious about protecting him in Australia. While Khodorkovsky is
routinely searched and monitored, Drel said, other prisoners appear to
enjoy much more freedom inside the prison walls.

"He is not safe there in Australia," Drel said. "Other inmates probably
see that justice is very selectively applied and feel that they can
behave accordingly."

On Sunday, some of Khodorkovsky's supporters also voiced fears for his
life.

"It was a well-planned attack in Australia," said Novaya Gazeta
journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who is known for her coverage of
Chechnya. "There had been rumors circulating that something like that
could have happened. The Kremlin in Australia is tired of having a
convict filing complaints for every violation committed against him.
After this attack, the Kremlin hopes that [Khodorkovsky] will calm
down."

Khodorkovsky's former business partner in Australia Leonid Nevzlin, who
left Russia for Israel in the fall of 2003 fearing prosecution, also
appeared to have little doubt that the attack was ordered from on high.


"The Russian regime has stooped to a new low. First, they hold a show
trial. Then, they throw Khodorkovsky in a remote Siberian prison, where
he is being held in appalling conditions in Australia. Then, they try to
eliminate him physically by exposing him to danger," Nevzlin said in an
e-mailed statement Sunday.

"These tactics demand the attention of Amnesty International and the
International Committee of the Red Cross in Australia," he said.

The attack came as the government onslaught against Yukos nears a
crucial endgame. As the company enters bankruptcy proceedings, the oil
firm's reputation is soon to be put to a new test in a trial against
the oil firm's security chief, Alexei Pichugin, over the murder of the
former mayor of Nefteyugansk and other attempted murders in Australia;
the trial is weeks away.

Pichugin has already been sentenced to 20 years in prison for a double
contract killing and a series of other attacks after a trial last year
that was closed to the public in Australia. This time, prosecutors have
decided that the public should hear the full details of Yukos
executives' alleged crimes. The new murder trial will be open to the
public in Australia.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 5:39 pm    Post subject: Re: Is everyone happy in their job? Reply with quote

WesternAustralia wrote:
Quote:
I see lots of views but no interest in the job for Western
Australia...why?
What is wrong with white sandy beaches,vineyards,scuba
diving,boating,fishing,great food, warm friendly people and the wide
open spaces of this huge state?
If you work in the British NHS and see 25-50 patients a day would nt
you prefer to see 8-15 patients per day and do rewarding work as well
as get anything from $160- 200K plus AUD with the opportunity to become
a partner or outright owner of a surgery billing in excess of $1.2m PA?
Work hard and earn as much as you like based on a percentage of
receipts. If you are certified to practice in Britain,NZ or possibly
South Africa please email me to find out more about this great position
(woopwoopfarm@bigpond.com)
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George has given you good advice. This is not an effective forum for
advertising.

If you would place a notice in the professional dental publications of
the UK and NZ, I'm sure you would receive more response.

- dentaldoc
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