2013 October Dutch Australian e-newsletter

Where did this year go?  The last e-newsletter I sent for Dutch Australian was in December 2012 which went out to 72 people.  The goal was to send a monthly edition this year but somehow that didn’t happen!  Now, there are over 250 on the mailing list, most of whom signed up via the web form on this website or via Facebook.  There are also more than 600 followers on the Facebook page.

Though I regularly post over on the Dutch Australian Facebook page, and publish articles on this website having an enewsletter is a way for me to summarise the highlights for you each month!  So if you haven’t already, sign up for our enewsletter here.  Email addresses are not shared and I promise not to inundate your inbox.  You can unsubscribe at any time.  Click on the screenshot below to read this month’s edition online, including a summary of posts on the website for this year.

Have something to contribute to the enewsletter or website?  Please check the submission guidelines first and then contact me.  Renée

October 2013 enews
Click on this screenshot to read the October 2013 enews online

Dutch Australian is a community of those with connections to both Australian and The Netherlands.  This blog follows the adventures of our Dutch Australian family as well as highlighting information and articles of interest to dual nationals.  You might like to read more about me, get to know other Dutch Australian people and explore other articles on the blog.  Come and chat to others over in the Dutch Australian Facebook community, we’d love to meet you!  If you’ve enjoyed this post, I’d really appreciate you taking the time to comment below or share.  You can also contact me directly and sign up for our e-newsletter to keep up to date.

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