The Greek Community of Melbourne calls Australian politicians to support Greece

by TGA Newsroomon 22/06/2015
MELBOURNE | The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) commends the Australian Greens for attempting to pass a motion in the Australian Senate in support of the suffering Greek people who are experiencing an unprecedented economic crisis. The GCM President, Mr Bill Papastergiadis and the Greek Centre Director Jorge Menidis called for action from the other […]

Connexion Media Offering Attracting Interest

by TGA Newsroomon 24/06/2014
MELBOURNE | Technology company Connexion Media Limited (ASX:CXZ) is on track to raise up to $6 million through its public offering, which should see it re-listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. The funds will be used to purchase Miroamer Pty Ltd and its technology that caters to the web-connected vehicle market, in particular Internet connected […]

‘The lost airliner was diverted deliberately’

by TGA Newsroomon 15/03/2014
KUALA LUMPUR | Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is in two possible corridors that span from Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan to Thailand in one and Indonesia to the south of the Indian Ocean in the other, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak revealed at a press conference on Saturday. Mr Razak said new information showed that […]

1,058 candidates shortlisted for one-way trip to Mars

by TGA Newsroomon 02/01/2014
BRUSSELS | Mars One announced the selection of the candidates from the applicant pool of over 200,000 hoping to establish human life on Martian soil. Mars One co-founder Bas Lansdorp described the remaining 1058 candidates as the first tangible glimpse into what the new human settlement will truly look like. Lansdorp said “We’re extremely appreciative […]

London theatre roof collapse causes multiple casualties

by TGA Newsroomon 19/12/2013
LONDON | A theatre in central London partially collapsed, on Thursday night, during a performance at the height of the Christmas season, with police saying there were “a number” of casualties. It wasn’t immediately clear if the roof, ceiling or balcony collapsed at the Apollo Theatre during a performance of The Curious Incident Of The […]

Χιλιάδες θυσιάζονται στο ‘βωμό’ της μετανάστευσης

by TGA Newsroomon 17/12/2013
ΝΕΑ ΥΟΡΚΗ | Χιλιάδες άτομα χάνουν τη ζωή τους κάθε χρόνο στην προσπάθειά τους να μεταβούν σε άλλη χώρα αναζητώντας μια καλύτερη ζωή. Στοιχεία που έδωσε στη δημοσιότητα ο Διεθνής Οργανισμός Μετανάστευσης, με την ευκαιρία της Παγκόσμιας Ημέρας των Μεταναστών που είναι η 18η Δεκεμβερίου, δείχνουν ότι περισσότεροι από 7.000 μετανάστες έχασαν μέσα στο 2013 τη […]

Writers Against Mass Surveillance

by TGA Newsroomon 10/12/2013
NEW YORK | On International Human Rights Day, 562 authors, including 5 Nobel Prize laureates, from over 80 countries have joined together to launch an appeal in defense of civil liberties against surveillance by corporations and governments. 5 Nobel Prize Winners have signed: Orhan Pamuk, J.M. Coetzee, Elfriede Jelinek, Günter Grass and Tomas Tranströmer. Also […]

ERT belongs to people

by TGA Newsroomon 12/11/2013
The Australian SDA union with a letter to the Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras condemns the police raid on the headquarters of ERT: “Dear Prime Minister Samaras, We condemn the raid on the headquarters of ERT of 7 November. Your government seeks to silence “ERT open” run by our colleagues and former ERT staff since […]

Typhoon Haiyan leaves thousands dead

by TGA Newsroomon 09/11/2013
MANILA | TGA Newsroom.– One of the strongest storms on record slammed into the central Philippines, killing more than 10.000 people whose bodies lay in the streets of one of the hardest-hit cities, an official said Saturday. The deputy director general of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, Capt. John Andrews, said hundred others […]
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