The appeal in this case is from a judgment of the trial court granting the wife, who had been awarded a divorce and alimony, a new trial. The record does not contain any order of court authorizing an immediate review and the judgment is neither a final judgment nor one granting or refusing to grant an application for alimony either temporary or permanent. Held:
Under the decisions exemplified by Fife v. Johnston, 225 Ga. 447 (169 SE2d 167)
, absent a certificate of immediate review, the judgment granting a new trial is not an appealable judgment (see also Holmes v. Holmes, 227 Ga. 238 (179 SE2d 775)
), and this court has no choice but to dismiss the appeal.