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Tsipras’ family accused of corruption

A company belonging to the Tsipras family was granted a project worth €1.1 million in 2012, raising concerns of corruption after the case never reached court. On Monday, press spokeswoman …

Greek extra virgin olive oil for the win!

Greece has been celebrated at this year's EVO IOOC Awards in Italy, with 70 per cent of Greek olive oil entries taking out a win
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Want to know when you’re at risk of heat stroke? There’s a Greek app for that

With summer at its peak in Europe, and temperatures soaring well above 30°C in Athens, a new smartphone app by Extrema couldn’t be more timely. Developed with the National Observatory …

Back to the basics of the Mediterranean diet

In a conversation with Dr Anthony Mariani, an Italian Australian expert on the cookery culture that changed the way we approach food, we revisit what 'eating like a Greek' is all about
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Top places to eat and drink in Greece this summer and how to make the most of your budget to maximise your travel experience

Greece is a regular on the list of the world’s top destinations, and this year is no exception with tourism reaching an all-time high. We already know many of you …

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FFV releases long-awaited report on competition review

The Football Federation of Victoria has released a long-awaited report arising from a comprehensive review of competition structures in Victoria. Launched in August 2017, the review is the largest ever …

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Peristeri braces to welcome Diego Maradona

What is an international football legend doing in a working-class suburb of Athens? In the case of Diego Maradona, he’s there to attend a match between Atromitos and Dinamo Brest, …

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New push for Nick Falos cold case

More than 15 years have passed since Greek Australian grandfather Nick Falos (also known as Nikolaos Falieros) was last seen. It was 8.30am on Friday, 14 March 2003 when the …

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54 per cent of permanent migrants own or are buying a home in Australia

New data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data indicates that over half of Australia’s permanent migrants own or are buying their own home. “This is a wonderful …

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Steve Georganas to move seat to Adelaide

Following the recent Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) redistribution, current sitting Hindmarsh MP, Labor’s Steve Georganas will nominate for the seat of Adelaide. ALP State Executive opened nominations for Federal preselections …

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FECCA: Family migration is integral to the successful settlement of migrants in Australia

The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) continues its efforts in promoting family migration as a means to ensure the continuing success of Australia’s multicultural society. FECCA Chairperson …

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Merimna celebrates for a good cause

People from all parts of Melbourne’s Greek community joined in to celebrate the 12th anniversary of Merimna. Hosted on Sunday at the Xenia Food Store on Lygon Street, the event …

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NPL status update: Sydney Olympic cruise to victory

Sydney Olympic Olympic didn’t have a game to play last weekend, which means they still remain two points behind NPL NSW leaders APIA Tigers with 36, after last week’s defeat by Rockdale. On …

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Following his resignation, FECCA congratulates Michael Ebeid for his work at SBS

Following the announcement of SBS Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Michael Ebeid’s decision to resign from his position after seven-and-a-half years of service, the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council …

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Zaev’s conspiracy theory wants PAOK’s Ivan Savvidis funding anti-NATO protests

According to FYROM Prime Minister Zoran Zaev his government has received multiple reports that “Greek businessmen” who are “sympathetic to the Russian cause” paid locals amounts ranging from $13,000 to …