for a better life in Australia
It took Kiwi nurse Sandra McMullan more than 24 hours to get to her first job in Australia and there was no one to meet her at the airport, but she cannot stop smiling.
To start her nursing stint in Bamaga - the northernmost town on Australia's mainland - she first had to call the hospital to be picked up from the little airport and, when she arrived at the office, someone handed her some sheets and pointed her to her house. Shortly after, she started her work in wound care.
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