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CYPRUS

‘Near future decisive for Cyprus problem’

 

United Nations General Secretary Antonio Guterres with the President of the Republic of Cyprus Nikos Anastasiades and T/Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci in Geneva

The near future will be decisive to efforts to resolve the Cyprus problem, President Nicos Anastasiades (photo) said last Tuesday addressing the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.

He said he was absolutely convinced that if all parties, and in particular Turkey, come up with a creative and constructive approach, the solution to the Cyprus problem could be achieved on the basis and within the framework of European principles and values.

He also reiterated his determination to work for a solution that will actually reunite Cyprus, will protect all citizens, Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, creating a modern state fully compatible with its status as an EU....

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NATIONAL

 

New machine helps treat cancer, Alzheimer’s patients

The State Government has provided a first-hand look at one of the new, state of the art pieces of medical equipment that will be used at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital....

 

Mental health signs not to be ignored

Dear Editor, When I think back to the start of a new school year, I can still remember the buzzing feelings of excitement, anticipation and nerves. Am I going to have classes with all my friends? Will I get better results than last year? Which teachers will I have?

 

Dried fruit production diminishes due to extra rain

Riverland apricot growers claim they had one one of the worst seasons they can remember because of extra rain last year. When apricots are soaked by frequent rainfalls, their skins can split and turn dark, reducing its market value substantially... 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

 

Up to $3 million available for multicultural communities

Up to $3 million is available for community organisations to upgrade community facilities or deliver community projects that improve the lives of culturally diverse South Australians.

Grants of up to $200,000 are available

 

'Violet' being staged during Adelaide Fringe

Are you on the way or are you in the way?’ this is the question central to the story contained in the musical Violet being staged at Star Theatre during Adelaide Fringe 2017. Violet, is the...

COMMUNITY

 

Greek Community of SA supports people in need

The Greek Orthodox Community of SA believes and practices ‘charity starts at home’. Since its foundation 85-year years ago, GOCSA continues its social welfare fellowship activity. With this spirit...

Photo: GOCSA volunteers visit Hutt street Centre

Greek Community celebrates the "Blessing of the Waters"

Henley beach and Henley square had their Greek colours on, on Sunday 8th of January as the Greek Orthodox Community held its annual Blessing of the Waters Festival as part...

ADELAIDE

Greek Community members celebrate New Year at Olympic Hall

In a perfect summer’s night, hundreds of Greek community members from all over the Metropolitan area welcomed 2017 in true Greek fashion at Olympic Hall on Saturday 31 December 2016. The New Year's Ball was the last event of the Community for 2016 and was sealed with great success.

At the New Year's Eve dance, following a lucky draw, 12 people, representing all 12 months of the year, (photo) were given a share of the traditional New Years cake, with the opportunity to win a gold pound. The gold pound was won by Mrs Spatharos.

 

 

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