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AUSTRALIA

Election Day Saturday 2 July

 

For the third election in a row, Australians will vote on July 2 at an election called by a prime minister who took office mid-term after a change of leadership.

Australia has had as many prime ministers, plus a brief restoration period for Kevin Rudd, in the last three terms as it had in the previous three decades.

The political instability of the last nine years is in stark contrast to the preceding 32 years, Australia having had just four prime ministers between 1975 and 2007 - Malcolm Fraser, Bob Hawke, Paul Keating and John Howard.

At only two of the 14 elections between 1974 and 2007 did Australia go to the polls with a prime minister not in office at... more....

 

Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull and Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten

NATIONAL

 

Greek Federation to lobby Government

The Federation of Greek Orthodox Communities of Australia, which consists of the Greek Communities of Sydney, Adelaide, Newcastle, Woolngong and several Victorian Communities, met in Melbourne on 29 May.....

 

SA Government offers $10 million to support clubs

The SA Government has announced a $10 million budget measure to build eight artificial pitches and upgrade facilities at football (soccer) clubs across Adelaide. The investment will be delivered....

(SA Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis MP)

 

COMMUNITY

 

SBS encourages kids to celebrate language with national competition

SBS has partnered with Community Languages Australia (CLA) to launch the inaugural SBS National Languages Competition from 20 June to 29 July. The exciting new initiative aims...

 

Federation calls on Greek Government to stop taxing paternal homes in Greece

The Federation of Greek Orthodox Communities of Australia, has announced plans to raise its objection to the Greek government's tax imposed on Greek Australians for their parental properties in Greece.

 

GHOSTS OF LEVISSI

Documentary about Levissi aims to document its history

Perched up on a mountain in south western Turkey, the picturesque village of Levissi sits empty and desolate. The village which today has been renamed Kayaköy, was once...

INTERNATIONAL

 

Ban Ki-Moon calls for solidarity with Greece to tackle refugee crisis

Reuters reported that after a meeting with Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday, UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon told the press that "Greece should not be left alone to address this...

 

Greek and Turkish Cypriot parties agree to work together

Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties have expressed their joint concern about the tragic fires in Solea region and their solidarity to the inhabitants of the area.....

Greek national team welcomed in Australia

Greek midfielder Giannis Maniatis stunned spectators after scoring a spectacular 60-meter goal as Greece beat Australia 2-1 in a friendly game in Melbourne earlier in June. The win, a first in 38 years, came just three days after Greece lost 1-0 to Socceroos in Sydney.

The scoring kicked off with Petros Mantalos, with Maniatis making it 2-0 in the 21' minute in a goal kicked from well behind halfway, over the head of Aussie goalkeeper Adam Federici, caught off-guard. Trent Sainsbury managed to kick off a goal in the second half but.. more....

 

 

JULY 2016

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