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Star Of Greece 1868

Star Of Greece 1868

Star of Greece: 3 masted ship, iron, 1257 tons. Built Belfast 1868 Because the site of the wreck lies close to suburban Adelaide, the Star of Greece is now one of the best known wrecks in South Australia. Built in Belfast in 1868, the Star of Greece, laden with wheat, was wrecked in a violent storm off Port Willunga on […]

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Rann’s speech outrages Fyrom’s Diaspora

Rann’s speech outrages Fyrom’s Diaspora

Daniel Wills From: The Advertiser PREMIER Mike Rann has sparked an international diplomatic furore by accusing “Macedonia” of stealing Greek culture and its leader, Gjorge Ivanov, of “stirring up trouble in the most dangerous way”. A videotape of a speech given by the Premier at a the Dimitria Greek festival in the western suburbs in November has sparked outrage across […]

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This is a truly wonderful man

This is a truly wonderful man

      This is a truly wonderful man     The Hon. M.J. ATKINSON (Croydon—Attorney-General, Minister for Justice, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Minister for Veterans’ Affairs) (15:22):  Today I would like to place on record the state’s recognition and appreciation of the extraordinary life of Gervasios Kosmidis who was born near Ankara in Anatolia in the former Ottoman Empire […]

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