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    Larry Ferreira (2020) ©
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Money-conscious Aussies relocate to the country

As the cost of living keeps rising in big cities, a growing number of young Australians are moving to the countryside. And with the coronavirus making people wary of crowded spaces, this shift is accelerating, luring people to more remote areas with the promise of more money and opportunities.

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