GREEK TRIBUNE

MOB: 0408 865004

THE ONLY GREEK NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

ENGLISH ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ  
   

Home Page

Riverland

Editorial

International

Greece

Cyprus

National

Community

Culture

Archives

About Us

Contact Us

Links


Renmark Paringa Council


Ραδιοφωνικο ιδρυμα Κυπρου

The Cyprus
 News Agency



Ελληνικη Ραδιοφωνια τηλεοραση

 

ΓΙΑ ΝΑ ΔΙΑΒΑΣΕΤΕ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ ΚΑΝΤΕ ΚΛΙΚ ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΣΗΜΑΙΑ ΠΑΝΩ ΔΕΞΙΑ

 

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BUDGET

Debt record of $21.3 billion to pay for State projects

The South Australian Government is hoping interest rates will stay low for years to come as it borrows big to fund a major infrastructure program. South Australia’s debt will rise by 57 per cent to $21.3 billion by 2022-23, in order to pay for major infrastructure projects including the North-South Corridor.

Despite a $517 million writedown to GST revenue revealed in this year’s Federal Budget, Treasurer Rob Lucas is budgeting for a $94 million surplus in 2019-20, with surpluses slowly increasing to $251 million in 2022-23....

more....

 

Premier Stephen Marshall and Treasurer Rob Lucas

AUSTRALIA

 

Fruit grower fined for underpaying workers

The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured $144,000 in penalties against a fruit farmer for deliberately underpaying two Malaysian fruit pickers and using false records to try to cover it up. Zucco Farming P/L, which operates a fruit farm...

 

Farewell to Bob Hawke

Mr Hawke who was Labor’s longest-serving PM (nearly nine years) was one of the most popular political leaders ever in Australia. This applied to the Greek community which had demonstrated in great numbers, its support to Mr Hawke....

 

Big increases of fees, fines and charges

The South Australian Government has announced increases to a raft of fees, fines and charges ahead of next month's state budget. Some of the biggest increases are to fines for speeding more than 30 kilometres per hour over...

 

COMMUNITY

 

Australian Cypriots remember 1974 tragic events

Australian Cypriots will commemorate the 45th anniversary of the tragic events of 1974 in Cyprus. On 15 July 1974, the military junta of Greece, in collaboration with the Cypriot terrorist EOKA B’ organisation staged a military coup to...

 

New Archdiocese leader arrives in Australia

Over one hundred supporters of the Greek Archdiocese gathered at Sydney international airport last Tuesday to greet Archbishop Makarios, the new Primate of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese...

 

Goodwood Greek Festival

When Greeks share their culture with the community, they make sure no one leaves with at least happy taste buds and a cultural experience like no other.

The Goodwood Greek Festival on 5 May was no exception as Hellenic sounds and culinary....

 

 

GREECE

 

The global scientific community calls on Greek PM to cancel all gas and oil exploration

One hundred scientists and scientific bodies and organizations from Greece and all over the world, jointly signed a call to the Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, asking him to cancel the hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation program in the Hellenic...

 

New documentary highlights Greek Philoxenia!

Shining Catalina Productions is excited to announce the development of the new feature documentary, PHILOXENIA, produced by Alison Wotherspoon and written and directed by...

 

Greek Fighter Jets Policing North Macedonian Airspace

The first flight of a Greek F-16 fighter jet over North Macedonia took place on Tuesday, initiating the Greek policing of the country’s airspace. The purpose of the mission was to locate...

Former President Demetris Christofias dies, age 72

The Former President of Cyprus (2008 - 2013) died last week in Nicosia aged 72. Demetris Christofias visited Adelaide on three occasions, as AKEL General Secretary in 1991, President of the House of Representatives in 2006 and President of the Cyprus Republic in 2011. Condolence messages were sent to Cyprus by the Cyprus Community of SA, Justice for Cyprus Committee (SEKA), Greek Orthodox Community of SA and the Greek Workers Association of SA Platon. Demetris was loved and respected by the Adelaide community and he will be remembered as the president of the people.

 

JULY 2019

English Edition

 

adelaide events

APRIL 2019

 

 

DIMITRIS BASIS

AT OLYMPIC HALL

 

 

LAPITHOS

 
 
  COPYRIGHT © 2010 Greek Community Tribune All Rights Reserved        -        Website Designed & Developed by Michael Ppiros