first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Haris Demas’ article about the Greek Social Security case is not new to me as I was involved in part of the investigation. I clearly remember when over 180 migrants, all of Greek origin, and about five doctors had their homes in Sydney raided in the early hours of 1 April 1978 by the Commonwealth Police. Not knowing what and why it was happening, these migrants were dragged off in front of their petrified families by the Commonwealth Police, to be charged for allegedly defrauding the Social Security Department. Most of these people were receiving an invalid pension due to a physical or psychological incapacity. The charges levelled against them were that they supposedly were involved with some doctors as part of a massive Greek conspiracy to illegally obtain a social security invalid pension. Nearly 1,000 people, all of them Greek-born, were investigated and placed under suspicion by the authorities throughout April 1978 and had their pension or sickness allowances stopped on the simple premise that they were Greek and therefore might have illegally obtained a government payment. The Social Security Department had believed for some time that Greeks were rorting the pension system by paying doctors to grant them an invalid pension via an underworld organisation called the ‘Kolpo’, akin to the Italian Mafia. Although it might not seem such a big deal that the government took these measures back then, something of its equivalent occurring today would be if you heard the news that almost 1,000 people of Middle Eastern background had been rounded up from their homes and taken into custody for investigation and charged with a conspiracy. The media and radio talk back shows would be going ballistic, demanding these people be deported back to where they came from, without asking for any evidence to be provided. That is exactly what happened back in 1978 when journalists from a Sydney tabloid paper just ‘happened’ to accompany the Commonwealth Police when they raided the homes of those Greeks on that April 1 morning, reporting the arrests as a great triumph and coup for our federal law enforcement agency.The media trumpeted how millions of dollars were involved, with Greek invalid pensioners ripping off the system and many of them living in Greece like royalty. Suddenly anyone of Greek origin was looked upon as a cheat and bludger and this stuck until the next batch of newly-arrived migrants, which happened to be those from the Middle East.As someone involved in the investigation, I was appalled at the number of Greek Australians who believed all the media propaganda and were quick to accuse without any proof those who were arrested, or who were receiving a pension payment, of being cheats. There were even instances where Greek interpreters used by the police made fun of the people being interviewed and investigated. Those Greek migrants who were taken in by the police were also made to hold a sign stating ‘Greece’ while being photographed, had all their personal papers and documents seized and checked for clues that might incriminate them. Pensioners were forced to remember why they had withdrawn or deposited paltry amounts of money as low as $20 some years prior. Questions were asked including why they couldn’t speak English seeing as they had been here for 15-20 years, as though it was a crime, even though these people had worked in heavy unskilled labouring jobs, usually with other migrants from their own background. Besides, this was no reason why they could not be trusted. Some of these invalid pensioners suffered greatly. I know of instances where suicide attempts were made, one unfortunately successful, while others had to borrow money from friends and relatives to survive as they had their welfare payments suspended for many months, while many others had their pensions stopped over several years.The committal hearing of the conspiracy case became the most expensive and longest-running in the English-speaking world and eventually all the charges of conspiracy were dropped some years later. There was, however, a positive outcome for some of those under suspicion, whereby they had their pension payments increased due to their benefits being thoroughly investigated by the Social Security Department, which had not calculated correctly their entitlement years earlier. This event should not be forgotten but should serve as a reminder to us to be careful and vigilant when whole ethnic, racial or religious groups are accused by government authorities of some conspiracy against the state.Unfortunately, stigmatising a group of people based on their physical and or cultural background has become an art in this country during the last 20 years. These events should not be forgotten but also taught in schools as part of Australia’s history.last_img read more

first_imgSkype arrive sur Windows Phone 7Le logiciel est désormais à disposition des utilisateurs de l’OS de Microsoft pour terminaux mobiles dans sa version de test.Propriété de Microsoft, Skype ne disposait jusqu’ici pas de son application pour les appareils fonctionnant sous Windows Phone 7. Une situation qui faisait un peu tache et qui se devait donc d’être vite réglée. C’est désormais chose faite avec la publication d’une première version bêta, disponible cependant seulement sous Windows Phone 7.5. “Skype pour Windows Phone bêta gère les fonctions les plus importantes de Skype que vous êtes venus à connaitre et à aimer. Et vous serez tout particulièrement enthousiasmés par l’expérience simple et propre de Skype que délivrera l’interface Metro sur votre Windows Phone. il n’a jamais été aussi simple de se connecter avec les gens auxquels vous tenez le plus”, a ainsi expliqué Rick Osterloh dans des propos relayés par Clubic.Cette version de Skype, certifiée pour les Nokia Lumia 710 et 800, HTC Titan et Radar, Samsung Focus S et Focus Flash, dispose évidemment de la messagerie instantanée, d’appels audio et de vidéoconférence. Notez que la version définitive du logiciel pour Windows Phone devrait apparaître au cours du mois d’avril.Le 27 février 2012 à 16:33 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_imgOLYMPIA — The Washington State Patrol says a trooper fired into a car that attempted to back into the trooper after a chase that ended with a collision on Interstate 5 near Olympia.Trooper Guy Gill says no one was hit by the shot Sunday night and the trooper was not injured.The driver of the car, a 27-year-old Lacey man, was arrested for investigation of charges that include drunken driving, eluding and assault.The patrol says he failed to pull over for a traffic stop, lost control and hit another vehicle on an off-ramp. The patrol says he attempted to back into the trooper who was on foot, and the trooper fired a shot into the rear of the vehicle. The car drove off and hit another car.last_img read more

first_imgNORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – The Humane Society of Greater Miami hosted an Adopt-O-Thon in North Miami Beach with a special guest.Dogs strutted their stuff Friday afternoon and showed off their winning personalities in hopes of finding forever families.NFL star Nick Moody, spokesman for the Big Dogs Snuggle More campaign, was there to help out and promote his starting line-up of big, adorable dogs.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

first_imgWith safety being the biggest concern, some parents said they had a hard time dropping their kids off at school, but they know that they need to get back to normal.“I’m so nervous because not a lot has changed,” said Tessa Thomas, a mother dropping her son off for the first time in two weeks. “We can’t fix what happened but we can definitely fix moving forward, so a change to give these children some form of security is needed.”“They need to get back into the swing of things,” said another mother as she held back tears. “It’s some tough stuff. Too close — it’s too close.”Members of the Parkland community showed their emotional support by lining the inside of the school with banners wishing students a warm welcome back.Angie added that the nationwide support for her and her classmates has been felt. “It’s amazing,” she said. “It’s like, we’re still around. We’re still kicking. We’re still sending a message. Don’t forget about us because we can’t forget those who we lost.”Family members and complete strangers also stood outside of the school with signs — some bringing their therapy dogs and even a pony. One woman held up a sign that read “Free Pony Kisses” all in hopes to bring a sense of comfort to the students.“My brother is inside the school right now, and I want to show my support by you know, coming to the school and supporting all the students,” said Nia Hill. “I was scared to see them go back, but I’m grateful that you know, there’s a bunch of police out here protecting them.” Looking forward to tomorrow Eagles! Remember our focus is on emotional readiness and comfort not curriculum: so there is no need for backpacks. Come ready to start the healing process and #RECLAIMTHENEST 🦅🦅🦅🦅— Principal Thompson (@PrincipalMSD) February 27, 2018 Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. “I’m nervous, but I’m just happy to see [everyone] come together and support each other,” said one sophomore. “I just think we all need to get back into normalcy.”Broward County Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie told 7 News the school will have extra counselors on hand for the return of the students. “Yeah, our students need to be with each other, they need to be in school,” he said. “Our teachers, they love our kids, and that’s gonna help everyone I think really move forward.”Classes officially began at 7:40 a.m. However, the school will only hold half-day sessions from Wednesday to Friday.“We’re giving kids flexibility, so we can remove as many of the things that they need to worry about, so they can focus on the healing process,” said Runcie.Principal Ty Thompson took to Twitter ahead of the first day back, to remind students that Wednesday was not going to be about the books but rather beginning the healing process. PARKLAND, FLA. (WSVN) – Fourteen days after a shooting rampage claimed 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students returned to campus with heavy hearts but with purpose and resolve.Angie, a senior at Stoneman Douglas, said going back to class is “a little weird.”“It’s a little nerve-wracking that we’re back on campus,” said Angie. “It’s been awhile. You know it’s going to be different. We’re going to have different things going on. I’m not just walking into school to do math or do English, but you know, it is what it is.”The Broward County Police Benevolent Association was on scene greeting students with flowers as they made their way back into their classrooms.“As the kids walk into the school, we’ll hand them a flower, we’ll hand them a bottle of water to say, ‘We’re here to support you,’ said Rodney Skirvin, the Vice President of the Broward County PBA.Deputies and officers from departments all across South Florida were also present, standing tall and offering support to ensure students felt a sense of security.Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced earlier his week, plans to spend $500 million toward school safety. “We’ve got to invest in metal detectors, we’ve got to invest in bulletproof glass, we’ve got to invest in steel doors.” last_img read more

first_imgPatancheru: District Medical and Health Officer Mojiram Rathod said here that worms in the intestine were spreading ailments in children because of lack of healthy practices.Speaking at the government school in Lakdaram after launching the de-worming programme, he said that worms enter the body through limbs if the children play in sand. He distributed de-worming tablets to the students. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us The DMHO pointed out that the worms after entering the intestine, multiply and gain strength by consuming food. He advised that children suffering from various diseases caused by worms should not defecate in the open, as they would get mixed with sand. Rathor stated that children with such worms suffer from lack of growth, and would not grow in height despite gaining years. They would suffer from fatigue, stomach pain, loss of resistance power, lack of concentration, vomiting, indigestion, constipation. Local sarpanch Suvarna Manik Reddy advised parents to administer de-worming tablets to their children without fail. Among those present were MEO Rathor, NMS Nirmala and several other local leaders.last_img read more

first_imgSix US cops shot in same night, 1 killed. Photo: AFP Six US police officers were shot in one night in the states of Florida and Pennsylvania, one fatally, prompting US president Donald Trump to tweet his support for the slain officer’s department early Saturday.In the central Florida city of Kissimmee — close to the Walt Disney World Resort and other amusement parks — Officer Matthew Baxter was killed and Sergeant Sam Howard was left in “grave critical condition and the prognosis does not look good,” police chief Jeff O’Dell said at a news conference early Saturday.The officers had been checking on suspicious people in an area known for drug activity around 9:30pm Friday (0130 GMT Saturday). Five minutes later, authorities received a call that officers had been shot.First responders found the officers “gravely wounded” in the road, O’Dell said.”My thoughts and prayers are with the @KissimmeePolice and their loved ones. We are with you!” Trump, a staunch supporter of US law enforcement, tweeted early Saturday.In the northern Florida city of Jacksonville, sheriff’s officers responding to an attempted suicide call late Friday were confronted by a suspect firing a high-powered rifle, Director Mike Bruno told a news conference.Two officers were shot in the exchange of gunfire, one hit in both hands and the other in the stomach, Bruno said. The suspect was killed.And two Pennsylvania state troopers were shot Friday night, the agency said.”Two state troopers shot and [the] suspect is deceased,” Pennsylvania State Police spokeswoman Melinda Bondarenka told ABC News. “We are not releasing any more details at this time.”Both troopers are expected to survive, ABC said of the shooting in the community of Fairchance, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) south of Pittsburgh.last_img read more

first_imgThousands of Call of Duty fans were standing in the freezing cold last night for the midnight launch of Black Ops II, but it seems a few were a bit disappointed when they got home.Some PC gamers installed disc one of Black Ops II and then, when it came time to insert the second disc, they got quite a nasty shock. Their PCs told them the disc they had inserted was in fact for Mass Effect 2. It is unclear how many users are affected by this, but many have taken to YouTube, the Steam Forums, and the Black Ops II forums to complain about the mess up.The games are published and developed by different companies, so they shouldn’t share any links that would allow this to happen. The most likely explanation is that the discs were produced in the same factory and someone, somewhere has put the wrong labels on them. However, there is a way around the problem. Apparently you can still download the full game directly from Steam by selecting the “+ add a game” option from the game library page and inputting the serial code from your copy of Black Ops II. Steam will then download and install it.Of course, this solution is likely little comfort for the people who queued up at midnight to get their hands on the game, but at least there is a way they can play without waiting for a disc replacement. In the meantime, we hope to see an official explanation from Activision as to why this happened and how they’re going to fix it.via Black Ops II communitylast_img read more

first_imgArt is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known. And with that thought in mind head over to artist DP Sibal’s exhibition on display in the Capital. Titled Nature, Space and Beyond and on display at The Gallery on MG, the exhibition invites the art connoisseurs to witness the artists’ spectrum of creativity and his abiding love for painting.An artist of diverse talents, DP Sibal is a life fellow of the International Institute of Arts and Letter for his outstanding creativity. He has been a recipient of many prestigious awards like the Aadharshila, Indo-French Friendship Association Award and National Award of Avantika.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’He also represents Aotearoa New Zealand Guild of Artists Trust – (Supporting member Asia Pacific Cultural Center for UNESCO) and Janacia Trust Associates (United Nations nongovernmental movement of artists working for environment and world peace) and has also been honored by AIFACS.His work has been presented and displayed across the world including in the collection of NGMA, LKA, UNDP, IFFCO, Bharat Bhavan, University of Peace, Costa Rica and several important private collections in India and abroad. A must for the art lovers – head over!last_img read more

first_imgRecent news from China tell us of the discovery of a massive stepped pyramid. It rose at least 230 feet high and measured 59 acres at the base. The imposing pyramid structure was situated in the heart of a long lost city that at one time encompassed an area of 988 acres, making it one of the largest in the world for its era.According to Antiquity, the journal which released the news in August 2018, the city and the pyramid were evidently a prominent center of power at the time — some 4,000 years ago.Eyes and anthropomorphic symbols adorning the pyramid have been interpreted as something that could have designated the structure’s special status in both religious and economic terms. Remnants of extensive stone walls and ramparts testify the city was capable of defending itself.Shaanxi Province, China. Photo by Till Niermann CC BY SA 3.0These reports come after several years of excavation at the Shimao ruins, located in China’s northern province of Shaanxi. Archaeologists have been aware of the site since its discovery in the mid-1970s, the original name of which is unknown, but they little idea had of its significance until now.It had previously been assumed the neolithic stone remnants were what’s left of a small town connected to the Great Wall of China. But the city of Shimao turns out to predate the Great Wall, which was built between 2,700 and 400 years ago.The Great Wall of China.Another strange aspect is the city’s location, which has been traditionally considered as being on the periphery of early Chinese civilization. Why was there such a thriving center in China’s Central Plains in such an early era?According to the archaeology team, the city would have flourished for some five centuries, with life centered around the pyramid. Bearing in mind the vast territory Shimao occupied, the city would have also scored high on the list of largest settlements from antiquity.The origin of the human remains has been traced to Zhukaigou, another archaeological site to the north of Shimao.The pyramid is composed of 11 stone-supported steps. Whoever ruled the city had the privilege to live on the uppermost part of it — a large plaza where palace remnants have been found.Researchers have described the palace in the study to have been made of rammed earth, pillars of wood, with a roof covered with tiles. More remains include those of a colossal reservoir for water and ancient leftovers of daily life.Archaeological excavation.While the pyramid housed the reigning Shimao elites, researchers wrote, part of its space was reserved also for producing arts and crafts.Theories that the Shimao occupants may have reigned over their neighborhoods are also discussed. Archaeologists have located “six pits containing decapitated human heads” around the complex. The origin of the human remains has been traced to Zhukaigou, another archaeological site located to the north of Shimao.Things you may not know about The MayansThe study suggests the Zhukaigou people could have been captured in times when Shimao expanded, according to morphological analysis carried out within the research scope, as reported by Live Science.More intriguing findings and aspects that speak of the power and prestige of this ancient city? Carved jade artifacts were found in voids between stone blocks composing the numerous structures around Shimao. A mural that was also found is now in the game to receive the title of China’s oldest, at around 4,000 years of age.A jade artifact found at Shimao. Photo by Siyuwj/ CC BY SA 4.0Not to mention how secured the pyramid was with all its protection of stone walls, parapets, and refined bulwarks by the main gate entrance. Movement through the entrances must have been heavily controlled. Everything about the design of the pyramid implies the rules to enter were rigid. Not everyone would have been invited to chip in on any of the important rituals or political gatherings held on the plaza area on the top.The pyramid’s height itself is imposing enough. Even people occupying the remotest dwellings in the area would have been able to see it.Artifacts found at Shimao. Photo by Siyuwj CC BY-SA 4.0As the researchers note in the paper, the pyramid “could well have provided a constant and overwhelming reminder to the Shimao population of the power of the ruling elites residing atop it – a concrete example of the ‘social pyramid.’”Read another story from us: “Hunger Stone” Warnings – Haunting Messages From the Past Uncovered by DroughtSo suddenly, everything we knew about early Chinese civilization feels undermined. Which were its “centers” and which were its “peripheries”? What was the real name of Shimao and who were the people who led the city to prosper? We are left to wonder for a while.Stefan is a freelance writer and a regular contributor to The Vintage News. He is a graduate in Literature. He also runs the blog This City Knows.last_img read more

first_imgStayz reveals finalists of its 2017 Holiday Rental AwardsStayz reveals finalists of its 2017 Holiday Rental AwardsAustralia’s leading holiday rental website, Stayz®, has announced the finalists of its 2017 Holiday Rental Awards (HRA) and is now calling on Australians to vote for their favourite property to be in the running for this year’s People’s Choice Award at search for this year’s finalists has uncovered holiday homes in a number of road less travelled destinations, including the town of Yallingup in Western Australia and Dover, Tasmania’s most southern town, both of which join well-known favourites – Byron Bay and Port Douglas as front-runners across all categories.In its sixth consecutive year, the HRA’s reward excellence across an impressive portfolio of over 40,000 holiday homes, in 2,000 unique Australian locations. Stayz, which connects homeowners and property managers with travellers who are looking for the space, value and amenities of a whole rental home as an alternative to a hotel, has appointed industry experts to judge each of the nine categories.Those that vote on their favourite holiday rental at will be in the running to win a holiday at the 2016 Stayz Holiday Rental Awards People’s Choice winner Clifftop at Hepburn, an architecturally designed, romantic getaway overlooking the spa town of Daylesford.Commenting on this year’s finalists, Stayz spokesperson Simone McDermid said “Each year the calibre of properties recognised by the Stayz Holiday Rental Awards continues to grow and this year is no exception.“From inner city penthouse apartments with rooftop jacuzzis to converted trams in the Perth Hills, the holiday rental awards aim to showcase not only the best rental properties across Australia, but also those properties that offer unique experiences and those extra touches that make a traveller’s stay more personal.“Overwhelmingly, indoor fireplaces dominated the Romance category, while lavish pools were a standout in the Indulgence category. Our Family category finalists also went the extra mile with cubby houses, an arcade machine and gaming consoles for the kids, and big kids.”All finalists in each category are entered into the running for the People’s Choice Award, to vote for the best holiday rental in Australia. People can vote online now at Winners of each category will be announced mid-November.Source = Stayzlast_img read more

first_imgDorset, United Kingdom – Sunseeker Charters kicked off the new year with a successful boat show in snow-bound London in January. The Tullett Prebon London International Boat Show saw not only the launch of the company’s UK flagship 88 Yacht, but also prompted booking requests for the larger vessels on display – the Sunseeker 37 Metre Trideck Yacht, 34 Metre Yacht and 30 Metre Yacht.Visitors to the show were able to view an impressive number of the larger Yacht models that are currently available in popular global destinations on the exclusively Sunseeker charter fleet. As a result of meeting new clients and hosting repeat clients, Sunseeker Charters saw an increase in the number of charter enquiries for these 30 metre-plus luxury motoryachts.“We have been delighted with the feedback from the show,” said David Ward, Director of Sunseeker Charters. “In particular, the 88 Yacht for the UK has created quite a stir. One of our regular clients got in touch directly after the show saying they couldn’t wait to charter it! This is the optimistic start to 2010 that we had hoped for.”Sunseeker Charters is now taking bookings for Mediterranean season – specifically, the Monaco Grand Prix and Cannes Film Festival, as well as the most popular dates at the end of July and beginning of August. The company will be represented again at the forthcoming Miami International Boat Show which takes place from 11th to 15th February.www.sunseekercharters.netlast_img read more

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