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NO DEAL FOR FINAL RE-UNIFICATION SUMMIT

UN calls off Cyprus talks

 

Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci, left, and President Nikos Anastasiadis at the early stages of the talks

 

A United Nations envoy called off talks with the leaders of divided Cyprus on Friday after failing to find "common ground" on convening a final summit to aim for an overall reunification deal.

It is seen as the biggest setback to the negotiations since they began two years ago, but the U.N. said the years-long peace process had not collapsed.

Espen Barth Eide had been meeting separately with the leaders and said that despite serious efforts to overcome differences there is "no prospect" for agreement on the summit's details. He said he would consult with U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on the next steps.

The peace process hasn't fallen apart, Aleem Siddique, spokesman for the U.N. in Cyprus, told The Associated Press. He said it's now up to the...

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COMMUNITY

 

Memorial unveiling for WW1 Australian Army Nursing Service

On the Pathway of Honour, directly behind South Australia’s Government House, about 80 people gathered, on Sunday 30th of April at 2pm to unveil the first commemorative memorial to the World War One Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS), registered....

 

Greek community celebrates 5th Goodwood Festival

Culture met generosity on Sunday 7 May when South Australia’s Treasurer Hon Tom Koutsantonis announced a $10,000 grant towards the Community’s Dance Academy for the purchase of more traditional costumes...

 

AUSTRALIA

 

The Battle for Crete. An interview with the historian Martyn Brown

Martyn Brown is currently an Honorary Research Fellow with the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry at the University of Queensland.

In the following interview to Christos Fifis, Dr. Brown explains the loss of the Battle of Crete....

 

Country of origin campaign commences

The next phase of the Turnbull Government's campaign to help consumers understand new country of origin labels on food products has commenced last week. The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Arthur....

INTERNATIONAL

 

GREECE

Greeks demand an end to austerity

Nationwide, both public and private sector workers have walked off the job last week and held mass demonstrations in Athens and other cities calling on the members of parliament to revoke a new "bailout"...

 

Greek Government concerned over violent clashes in FYROM

In a public statement, the Foreign Ministry of Greece expresses concerns that FYROM is "sliding into deep political crisis" and calls on FYROM’s political rivals to show a "spirit of compromise and collaboration" because....

Greek community celebrates 5th Goodwood Festival

At the Goodwood

Festival, from left, GOCSA Treasurer Karlene Star, Member for Hindmarsh Steve Georganas and Wendy, John Dawkins MLC, Jing Lee MLC and Eddy, GOCSA President Bill Gonis and General Secretary Dimitri Dimopoulos

 

 

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