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2017-2018 BUDGET

New Women's and Children's hospital announced in budget

 

Premier Jay Weatherill and Health Minister Jack Snelling announce a new Adelaide Women's and Childrens Hospital next to the new Adelaide Hospital in the CBD

New taxes on banks and foreign investors, a focus on jobs and a cash splash on the suburbs are the headline measures in the South Australian Government's pre-election budget.

Described by Premier Jay Weatherill as a "traditional Labor budget" designed to stimulate employment ahead of Holden's closure in 119 days' time, its centrepiece includes a $200 million Future Jobs Fund to support growth industries.

Some $50 million in new money will be spent towards industry-specific grants and $70 million in low-interest loans to support job creation in focused areas.

The announcement does, however, include an existing fund of $60 million for the Industry Attraction South....

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COMMUNITY

 

Tribute to Elias Mavrogiorgis

The Greek community of South Australia has lost a valuable member and tireless volunteer, Elias Mavrogiorgis, who died on 15 June aged 70 years. Elias was born in Ikaria on 5 January 1947 and migrated to Australia in 1965....

 

Cypriots to commemorate tragic events of 1974

The Justice for Cyprus Coordination Committee SA (SEKA), in association with the Cyprus Community of SA Inc, once again have organised a series of events on....

 

AUSTRALIA

 

Celebration of refugee week in South Australia

Events have been held throughout South Australia last week to celebrate the contribution refugees have made to our community as part of Refugee Week and World Refugee Day. "Refugee Week and World Refugee Day allow us....

 

A Message from the Treasurer

In this year’s State Budget, the State Government is stepping forward to support business, investing in industries that are growing and cutting taxes to drive job creation. We are doing....

INTERNATIONAL

 

CRITICAL INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT

Geneva meeting on Cyprus

Peace talks on divided Cyprus are to resume in Geneva on June 28, the United Nations said last week, ending a stalemate on procedure which had threatened to derail two years of negotiations.

 

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 on June 28, and stressed that it was primarily a European issue.

Deputy Foreign Minister of Greece visits Adelaide

The Deputy Foreign Minister for Greece Mr Terence Quick, visited the Greek Orthodox Community of SA (GOCSA) at the Ridleyton Home for the Aged during his recent trip to Australia.

The Greek official, met with the Board of GOCSA (photo) and discussed issues of mutual interest. Mr Quick also reported on Greek current affairs.

Mr Quick was accompanied by the the Greek Ambassador in Canberra Mrs Katerina Xagoraris and the Greek Consul General of Greece in Adelaide Mr Andreas Gouras.

 

 

 JULY 2017

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GREEK COMMUNITY OF ADELAIDE DIMITRIS BASIS CONCERT MAY 17

 

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