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RIVERLAND

Hail storm causes huge losses to SA growers

Riverland growers are assessing the damage to crops after a sudden hailstorm cut through the region two weeks ago.
Properties hardest hit were in Barmera, Monash, Glossop, and parts of Renmark and crops damaged included grapes, stone fruit, nuts, and grain.
According to ABC Riverland, three years ago, a devastating hailstorm hit properties from Taylorville to Yamba and had an estimated combined damage bill of $100 million.
Renmark stone fruit grower Chris Pavlomanolakos speaking to the Greek Tribune....

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Glossop grower George Simos accessing the damage on his vineyard (ABC photo)

COMMUNITY

 

Greek Odyssey festival 2019 kicks off 4 October
Arts and culture met under the colours and sounds of Hellenism on Friday 4th of October at Olympic Hall as the Odyssey Festival launched its 14th journey of the senses. A Festival that takes everyone on a cultural adventure through the Greek arts, bringing the vibe of Greece on our doorstep.

 

Henley Beach Greek festival
The Greek Orthodox Community of SA presents the ‘Go-Greek Festival’ on 12 January at Henley Beach incorporating the 2020 Annual Blessing of the Waters. If you enjoy traditional Greek food, music, dance and festivals, then come along to wonderful Henley Beach

AUSTRALIA

 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Catastrophic fire conditions as temperature hits 48 degrees
The Country Fire Service (CFS) battled more than 45 fires across South Australia on Wednesday in catastrophic conditions and record November heat, with reports of at least one home lost on the lower Yorke Peninsula....

 

Asbestos Victims Memorial Day
Over 800 Australians die from malignant mesothelioma every year and current research indicates that as many as 25,000 more Australians may die from this insidious disease by 2100. Asbestos-related deaths continue, despite restrictions on asbestos introduced during the 1980s, and the comprehensive 2003 Australia-wide ban....

 

Concerns about the future of the Bight
A plan to probe the Great Australian Bight for gas and oil using seismic testing has been postponed until next year, according to the company behind the project.
In January, the national petroleum regulator
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GREECE

 

Archbishop to proceed with controversial plan to develop resort on ancient site

Nicosia: Green Party leader Yiorgos Perdikis and Transport Minister Vasiliki Anastasiadou clashed on Thursday over excavations of an ancient site at Yeroskipou - in Paphos....

 

Greece and Cyprus rescue refugees
The Greek Coast Guard said on Friday that it had rescued 400 refugees and migrants towards the end of last week in ten separate incidents in the seas off the city Alexandroupolis and the islands of Lesvos and Chios.

Adelaide community events November 2019

The Greek Orthodox Community of SA held its Annual General Meeting on 24 November at the Olympic Hall in the City. In the photo, members of the GOCSA Administrative Council

 

GOCSA's Dance Academy performed at Scott Theatre on 2 November as part of this year’s Odyssey Festival

 

 

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