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ADELAIDE

Hospital to open 5 September

 

South Australian history has been made as the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) welcomed its first patients with the commencement of some renal outpatient and radiation oncology services.

While the hospital will not open to the general public until Tuesday 5 September, a small number of outpatient and radiation therapy clinics started 14 August.

Beginning these services early allows staff to settle into their new working environment with smaller levels of activity and patients who are low risk.

The new RAH’s first outpatient, 51 year old Paul Panos received a donor kidney from his mother six years ago.

 

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COMMUNITY

 

More funding for Greek Studies at Flinders University

In June this year LOGOS organised two major international conferences: Ageing in a Foreign Land and Greek Research. Ageing in a Foreign Land focused on...

 

The Governor of SA Hieu Van Le to visit the Riverland Field Days

His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC Governor of South Australia and Mrs Lan Le will visit the 2017 Riverland Field Days in September. "We are honoured to...

 

Odyssey announces Art prize 2017

In 2017 Adelaide’s Hellenic Cultural Festival ODYSSEY celebrates its 12th year as the Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc. (GOCSA) once again presents a series of exciting arts and cultural events from 6 October – 28 October 2017....

AUSTRALIA

 

River communities angry about water theft

Broken Hill's Mayor has joined other angry community leaders in calling for an inquiry into the operation of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan. The call from Darriea Turley comes after...

 

South Australian Liver Transplant Unit’s 25th Anniversary

The South Australian Liver Transplant Unit, based at the Flinders Medical Centre, was established in 1992. The Unit provides transplant services for SA and the Northern Territory...

INTERNATIONAL

 

Greek tavern owner fires in the air to scare taxation officers

Athens - A tavern owner in Volos, Central Greece, fired shotgun shots in the air on Thursday, in order to scare away three tax auditors who fined him 500 euros for a series of tax violations...

 

Overseas Cypriots Flock to Nicosia for conference

The 19th World Conference of the World Federation of Overseas Cypriots (POMAK), the International Coordinating Committee – Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA) and the World Conference of Young Overseas.....

 

GREEK PM

Cyprus Is Primarily a European Issue

The Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras commented on the Cyprus issue, ahead of a second round talks for a solution to be held in Switzerland....

Celebration for the Assumption of Virgin Mary attracts large crowd

It was with devoutness and splendour that thousands of Greeks celebrated the annual feast day of the Assumption of Virgin Mary at the Community’s church which bears the name of this religious milestone.

The two-day event drew a multitude of parishioners from all over South Australia who attended the Great Evening Vesper on Monday night and the Great Celebrative Doxology on Tuesday morning, conducted by Bishop Chrisostom and the Community’s clergy.

A number of official guests also attended the service and lunch.

 

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At the Assumption of Virgin Mary celebrations at Croydon on 15 August, were, from left, GOCSA executive committee member Peter Gardiakos, GOCSA President Bill Gonis, Minister for Police Peter Malinauskas and Cypriot Community of SA President Andrew Evdokiou

 

 

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