Posts Tagged ‘Australia’

Opposition in Australia’s Victoria Promises Cap to Stop ‘Wasteful’ Spending as Debt Approaches $167 Billion

A legislated government debt cap will be introduced to stop wasteful spending if the Victorian opposition wins the state election in November. An economic plan from the Liberal and Nationals parties would include placing a limit on spending to control state debt, which is predicted to hit $167 billion (US$106.9 billion) by 2025. “This is the biggest […]

Boy Killed in Crash in Australia’s NSW Hunter Region

Police in Australia are investigating after a 10-year-old boy died and two people were injured when a car reportedly hit a tree on a rural road in the NSW Hunter region. About 11 a.m. Saturday, emergency services responded to reports a vehicle left the road and hit a tree before it rolled a number of […]

Australia’s largest criminal organisations will now obtain your Optus data, gov decides?

At law, Australia is a colony where (penal) colony mentality of the authorities is practised across the land, e.g. the Andrews government in Victoria proposal to fine Victorian for enjoying nature too much, that being diverting from a track or VLAD law in Queensland. Australia is not a democratic place but rather a totalitarian state. […]

Australia Is One of the World’s Richest Countries, Global Wealth Report Shows

Australia is among the richest countries in the world, ranked fifth in terms of household wealth on a country-by-country basis, with average wealth per capita rising above US$50,000, according to a Credit Suisse report. Australia, which accounts for just 0.5 percent of the global population, ranked fourth in the world for the number of millionaires as […]

YIKES! Australia’s Central Bank Says It Is Bust

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Hundreds march in anti-monarchy protests in Australia

Hundreds of people protested at anti-monarchy rallies across Australia on Thursday, as the country observed a national day of mourning for the late Queen Elizabeth II. The government declared Thursday a nationwide public holiday. A national memorial service was held in Canberra and attended by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Governor-General David Hurley, King Charles […]

AUSTRALIA: Mary Coustas to host St George Church 60th Anniversary Ball

Celebrated Greek Australian comedian, actress, writer and creator of the iconic 90s character Effie, Mary Coustas, will be hosting the upcoming 60th Anniversary Ball of the St George church and parish in Rose Bay in Sydney, Australia. Coustas was thrilled at the opportunity to be the MC for the event for the very church where she got married. […]

AUSTRALIA: Mary Coustas to host St George Church 60th Anniversary Ball

Celebrated Greek Australian comedian, actress, writer and creator of the iconic 90s character Effie, Mary Coustas, will be hosting the upcoming 60th Anniversary Ball of the St George church and parish in Rose Bay in Sydney, Australia. Coustas was thrilled at the opportunity to be the MC for the event for the very church where she got married. […]

Australia To Treat Climate Change Denial as a ‘Mental Disorder’

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AUSTRALIA: Paramatta goes full Greek with the best of our Hellenic culture

The Sydney suburb of Parramatta went full Greek with the “Let’s Go Greek Festival” of the Greek Orthodox Parish-Community of St Ioannis, which took place Sunday, 11 September, with over 40,000 people attending. After a two-year pandemic that deprived Sydneysiders access to in-person events and functions, this year’s festival saw an incredible response from the […]

EURO 2004 Soccer Hero George Karagounis coming to Australia

Euro 2004 Greek national team player George Karagounis is coming to Australia, according to an announcement by Football Brilliance Academy in Sydney. “Football Brilliance Academy is thrilled to be hosting George Karagounis this October! The most capped player in the history of the Greece national team and midfielder of the UEFA Euro 2004 Greece winning […]

EURO 2004 Soccer Hero George Karagounis coming to Australia

Euro 2004 Greek national team player George Karagounis is coming to Australia, according to an announcement by Football Brilliance Academy in Sydney. “Football Brilliance Academy is thrilled to be hosting George Karagounis this October! The most capped player in the history of the Greece national team and midfielder of the UEFA Euro 2004 Greece winning […]

EURO 2004 Soccer Hero George Karagounis coming to Australia

Euro 2004 Greek national team player George Karagounis is coming to Australia, according to an announcement by Football Brilliance Academy in Sydney. “Football Brilliance Academy is thrilled to be hosting George Karagounis this October! The most capped player in the history of the Greece national team and midfielder of the UEFA Euro 2004 Greece winning […]

No Change in Australia’s Foreign Policy Course under the New Government

Three and a half months after the change of government in Australia, a country of considerable geopolitical significance in the Indo-Pacific region, the developments in its foreign policy can be fairly accurately summarized, in the words of the above headline, as “no change.” That is despite the attempts (which, in reality, consist of promising words, […]

Australia Drops Mask Mandate for International and Domestic Flights

People travelling to Australia will no longer be required to wear masks, one week after the government dropped the mask mandate for domestic flights. The move, which takes effect on Sept. 9,  comes as COVID-19 restrictions continue to be axed across the nation. Federal Health Minister Mark Butler said the mask mandate was removed on […]

Australia, US Need to Prepare for Possible Nuclear Attack: Report

The Australian government should prepare for the prospect of a nuclear attack from Russia or China a new report says. The report, called “The Geopolitical Implications of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine” says northern Australia is at greater risk now due to the collapse of the European strategic order, which he says could escalate into a […]

Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Hints at An End to Aggressive Rate Hikes

The governor of Australian central bank, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), has signalled that it might stop raising interest rates aggressively and adopt a more gradual approach. This comes after the central bank lifted the official cash rate for the fifth consecutive time in 2022 on Sept. 6, taking it to 2.35 percent from […]

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet: Australia needs to rethink current COVID restrictions

(Natural News) New South Wales (NSW) Premier Dominic Perrottet believes it is time for Australia to rethink its current Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, such as mandatory quarantine. Perrottet told Sky News Australia that he would like to see the compulsory isolation period for COVID-19 be scrapped entirely “as soon as possible.” “The state should not be enforcing […]

AUSTRALIA: Annual Greek – Serbian Cultural Friendship Day returns

After a two -year hiatus due to the pandemic, the annual Greek – Serbian Cultural Friendship Day returns to Sydney, Australia with a rich programme of events to celebrate the deep relations between the Serbian and Greek communities. The Serbian Orthodox Church-Parish and School Community of  “St Archdeacon Stephen”, Rooty Hill, Sydney, invites Greek and Serbian […]

Aboriginal bush meats – Traditional food in Australia

When people ask about traditional Australian food, a lot of people are left scratching their heads. They may mention vegemite, steak, sausages & prawns but many don’t know about the wide varieties of traditional bush meats known to Aboriginal people for thousands of years. In this article we take a look at the huge range […]

Australia and NZ ‘Deeply Concerned’ at UN Findings of Chinese Human Rights Violations in Xinjiang

The foreign ministers of Australia and New Zealand have expressed their deep concern at the findings and conclusion of the new United Nations (U.N.) report on human rights concerns in Xinjiang and supported calls for China to respond. The 48-page report, published on Sept. 1 by United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet, found evidence […]

Australia and NZ ‘Deeply Concerned’ at UN Findings of Chinese Human Rights Violations in Xinjiang

The foreign ministers of Australia and New Zealand have expressed their deep concern at the findings and conclusion of the new United Nations (U.N.) report on human rights concerns in Xinjiang and supported calls for China to respond. The 48-page report, published on Sept. 1 by United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet, found evidence […]

Housing Market in Regional Australia Continues to Grow While Prices Fall in Capital Cities

Regional South Australia has seen its housing market reach a new peak, with property prices in the area hitting “significant growth” as home prices continue to fall across the country, according to PropTrack’s latest report. Meanwhile, Adelaide was the last capital city to record a price fall this year, making it the strongest performing capital […]

SPECTATOR AUSTRALIA On ‘My Son Hunter’: A Film to Terrify the White House

Spectator Australia called “My Son Hunter,” marking Breitbart’s expansion into film distribution, a perfectly timed exposé on “the Biden family’s depravity splashed across the big screen,” a story censored by tech corporations in concert with the FBI and the establishment media in the waning weeks of a presidential election. Thus, making the movie a piece […]

Greek and Turkish academics debate relations in ABC Australia Radio podcast

ABC Radio Australia has broadcast a discussion with Greek and Turkish academic debating relations between their ancestral homes in a podcast called Greece and Turkey: Bridge over the Aegean. Originally presented as part of the Greek Festival of Sydney earlier in the year, the podcast includes the participation of  Dr Andonis Piperoglou — Hellenic Senior […]

Australia’s brutal treatment of Aboriginal people

Despite attempts by many Australians and even politicians to gloss over the brutal colonisation of Australia, there is no denying the brutal treatment of Aboriginal people in Australia that continues on today. From the earliest years of invasion there are countless stories of massacres handed down from generation to generation and there are settlers records […]

Australia’s Excess Death Toll Just Keeps Getting Worse

Dr Ah Kahn Syed The Australian Bureau of Statistics just released its latest all-cause mortality statistics which are about 3 months behind real time. It paints a horrific picture of the effects of public health policy with around 15,000 excess deaths since October 2021 (the red shaded area represents excess deaths over the prior upper limits). In […]

CPAC Australia Will Keep Venue Secret Over Interference Fears

Organisers of Australia’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) are keeping quiet about the location of the upcoming event to protect venue managers from pressure. In an emailed newsletter on Aug. 27, CPAC Australia Director Andrew Cooper, said a venue partner had been secured, but warned that the “left-wing cancel culture crowd” wanted to stop the […]

STEKI: A Greek institution in the heart of Australia’s largest city says farewell after 39 years

After 39 years of Greek entertainment, cultural events and good ol’ fashion hospitality one of Australia’s oldest venues, Steki Taverna bids farewell to the inner city precinct of Newtown where it thrived for so long. “Have you ever wondered what’s behind the closed blinds of this long-standing Greek restaurant just off Newtown’s main drag? We sure have. […]

STEKI: A Greek institution in the heart of Australia’s largest city says farewell after 39 years

After 39 years of Greek entertainment, cultural events and good ol’ fashion hospitality one of Australia’s oldest venues, Steki Taverna bids farewell to the inner city precinct of Newtown where it thrived for so long. “Have you ever wondered what’s behind the closed blinds of this long-standing Greek restaurant just off Newtown’s main drag? We sure have. […]

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