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2 JULY 2016

Australian Federal Election

 

A federal election to determine all 226 members of the 45th Parliament of Australia will take place on Saturday 2 July 2016 after an extended eight-week official campaign period. It is the first double dissolution since 1987.

On the day, Australian voters will elect the 150-member House of Representatives (lower house) as well as the 76-member Senate (upper house). Voting is compulsory.

In declaring the beginning of a 55 day election campaign, Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull said Australians had a clear a choice between the Coalition's commitment to jobs and growth or going back to Labor "with its high-taxing, higher spending agenda".

He said he would be "seeking the mandate of the Australian people to continue... more....

 

 

Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull and Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten

NATIONAL

 

Taxi industry to be reformed

The State Government has announced widespread reforms to the taxi and chauffeur vehicle industry in response to a comprehensive, independent review. The reforms better encourage new technologies, innovations and choices....

 

Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone talks Riverland politics

Six years after his election to the State Parliament, Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone sat down with editor of the Greek Tribune Peter Ppiros, describing the challenges, the experiences and the successes of representing.....

 

( Greek Tribune editor and Tim Whetstone MP)

 

COMMUNITY

 

The Greek side of Goodwood

The eastern suburb of Goodwood and surrounding areas welcomed winter… ‘Greek style’ on Sunday 15 May as the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia held its 4th Goodwood Greek Festival, offering the best of Hellenic...

 

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 a a thriving community comprised almost entirely of Greeks...

 

MELBOURNE

Huge Success for Fronditha Care’s Radiothon 2016

Fronditha Care, a leading charitable not-for-profit provider of culture specific aged care services in Victoria and NSW, on the weekend of 7 and 8 of May 2016 held its radiothon fundraiser...

INTERNATIONAL

 

Greek Government passes more austerity measures

In the midst of huge public protests, last week the Greek parliament with a majority of 153 out of 300 MPs, has approved more budget cuts, tax increases and a new privatization fund to....

 

Parliamentary elections in Cyprus while President visits Turkey

Cyprus's governing right wing Democratic Rally party (DISY) finished with the highest percentage of votes at a parliamentary election last week but lost two seats in the House of Representatives.

Greek community members participate in May Day

 

The Greek Workers Educational Association "Platon", held a successful dinner on 6 May 2016 at the Cypriot Community club in Welland, to celebrate May Day. The event included speeches by the President of Platon Tony Marinos and representatives of political parties and trade unions. At the dinner, Platon also acknowledged the contribution of veteran members, to the Australian working class movement and to the local Greek community. In the photo members of Platon taking part at the May Day march in the City.

 

JUNE 2016

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