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Greek President: ‘OXI Day’ inspires the Struggle Against Fascism

"The great ‘NO’ uttered by Greece on October 28, 1940, remains forever current and must inspire the struggle to defend the European edifice against those ‘nostalgic’ for Fascism and Nazism", the President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos said on Sunday in Thessaloniki, where he attended the October 28 military parade with his Italian counterpart, Sergio Mattarella.

"History has proven, with irresistible evidence, that the great ‘NO’ of the Greek people on October 28, 1940 was – and still remains, on extremely... more....

 

 

 

President Prokopis Pavlopoulos

COMMUNITY

 

Adelaide Greek Film Festival continues to grow

A record crowd attended the opening of the 25th Delphi Bank Greek Film Festival, presented by the Greek Orthodox Community of S.A. in Adelaide on Thursday 11th of October at Palace...

 

Odyssey’s cultural journey has begun

"The more you celebrate your culture, the better the community gets"

This is how the South Australian Government saluted the opening of the 13th Hellenic Cultural Festival on Friday October 5 at...

AUSTRALIA

 

Sikh council candidate victim of racist attack

A Port Augusta City Council nominee says a social media video targeting his race is the first time he has experienced racism in the local community. Sunny Singh, the owner of a taxi...

 

Private schools to gain billions under new funding model

The Catholic and independent school sectors have secured $4.5 billion in extra funding under major changes to the way non-government schools are funded...

INTERNATIONAL

 

Cyprus talks to resume

Talks to reunite the divided island of Cyprus are set to resume from the point where they stopped last year. The previous round of talks, which were held in the Swiss town of Crans Montana, halted in July 2017.

 

Agreement on Macedonia to go to parliament in January

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and his German counterpart Heiko Maas agreed during their meeting in Athens on Thursday that the Agreement signed by Athens and Skopje... 

South Australians reach out to Greek fire victims

 

As reported in last month's Greek Tribune, at the initiative of the Greek Orthodox Community of SA, South Australians banded together in an effort to support the victims of the fire which devastated an entire region of Greece, in eastern Attica near the capital Athens. A variety of fundraising events took place around Adelaide, including a radiothon, dinners, church collections and a musical concert on 21 October at the Woodville Town Hall, bringing in an amount of about $120,000. The Government of South Australia has recently announced a further contribution of $100,000. In the photo, taken at a gala dinner jointly held by the Cyprus Community of SA and the Australian Hellenic Medical Charity Inc (AHMCI), are from left, GOCSA President Bill Gonis, General Secretary Dimitri Dimopoulos, Julia Karpathakis, Angela Evans Mayor of Charles Sturt, Andreas Evdokiou President of Cyprus Community, former head of DPC Stephen Pallaras and Helen Mermingis.

 

 

 

 NOVEMBER 2018

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adelaide COMMUNITY

AUGUST 2018

 

The Greek Orthodox Community of SA presents as part of the ODYSSEY FESTIVAL, on 6 October 2018 at Olympic Hall

GREEK FILM FESTIVAL

The Greek Orthodox Community of SA presents "The Last Note", by Pantelis Voulgaris

 
 
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