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"We've got 2,600 wineries at the moment....
The members of the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia were shattered by the news of the tragic death last week of a close friend and highly respected member of SA Police....
Measures by the Government to address coronavirus
Message from Premier Stephen Marshall
Women reject Government’s drought grants program
Call to address nation’s domestic violence epidemic
A legal challenge against plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight has been launched in the Federal Court. The Wilderness Society is taking the national regulator — the National....
26th January marked in many ways
Tonnes of hail damaged fruit rotting on the ground
The Greek Community of Clayton in Melbourne is now under the jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia. A meeting of the parishioners of the St Spyridon church....
Unprecedented devastation in SA
Hail storm causes huge losses to SA growers
Australian PM Praises Hellenic Fighting Spirit in Oxi
Asbestos Victims Memorial Day
People mobilise to save planet
Concerns about the future of the Bight
RIVERLAND FIELD DAYS
The Greek Tribune, recently, had a meeting with Labor MP Tom Koutsantonis with whom we had a discussion about his recent public statements for "unity" of the Greek Orthodox....
Small businesses in general — and tradies in particular — have suffered a serious deterioration in their trading conditions and profitability, according to a survey from NAB....
A 21-year-old man who allegedly shot his younger brother at their family home in Lockleys in Adelaide's west last week has been remanded in custody. A young 16 year old boy of Greek...
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....
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