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Velakoulis research points to simple blood test for early detection of dementia

Early signs of dementia could be picked up by a simple blood test according to research conducted by Professor Dennis Velakoulis of the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the University of …

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A modern vestige of ancient thought

Can ancient philosophy be sustained in today's practice? My 98-year-old Greek grandfather displays a practical grasp of ancient ideas without ever having studied them. My theory is this understanding has come through culture.
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Ancient Greece comes to life as ‘Tiny Epics’ following lockdown inspiration

Short videos featuring interesting facts about the Greek gods and heroes, the art and archaeology of the mysterious Cycladic Civilisation, the Minoan Civilisation, were launched by artist Lance Hewison, through …

Tina Stefanou calls for mass humming event

Playful and deep, Tina Stefanou, reveals the multiple levels of her sonic event, and how artists are social collaborators
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Hellenic connection to Anzac commemorated in Victoria’s Parliament

A delegation from the Hellenic Armed Forces, along with representatives of the Regional Government of Crete, were recently welcomed into Victoria’s Parliament by the President and Speaker of Parliament. The …

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GCM announces subsidised summer camp for young adults to Thessaloniki and Northern Greece

An inaugural summer camp programme has been announced for young adults from Australia to be held in Thessaloniki and Northern Greece this July. The inaugural programme has been funded by …

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Costa Vertzayias launches new book ‘1922-Dispossessed and Uprooted’

Costa Vertzayias is launching his new book to commemorate the 100 years of the tragic events surrounding the Asia Minor Catastrophe this Sunday 29 May at the Greek Community Club …

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Melbourne commemorates the 81st Anniversary of the Battle of Crete

The Committee of the Australian Hellenic Memorial Melbourne, commemorated the 81st Anniversary of the Battle of Crete, last Sunday, in memory to all those that served and died in Greece …

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Online lecture: ‘The Destruction of Smyrna – An age of nation building and violence’

Associate Professor Nicholas Doumanis will present an online only lecture about the destruction of Smyrna, as a part of the Greek History and Culture Seminars, offered by the Greek Community …

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Athenian Association recognises achievers from 2020/2021

The Athenian Association of NSW announced the winners of the Athenian Hellenic Achievement Award for 2020 and 2021 that were not received last year due to the COVID-19 restrictions. For …

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UTS Hellenic holds a talk for the 100-year anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe

The Greek students of our community have put their stamp in this year’s events for the commemoration of the 100 years since the Asia Minor Catastrophe, with a talk organised …

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Paper tigers: Many once safe Liberal and Labor seats have dwindled

Something changed on the weekend and it was not just a government. The results, right across much of this country, sent a strong message to the major parties. Traditional Liberal …

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Erdogan: “For me, there is no Mitsotakis”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday (local time) that he has no intention of ever meeting with Kyriakos Mitsotakis again, following the latter’s criticism of Turkey on his …

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Alphington Grammar defy council ruling citing safety concerns for students

The Yarra Council has notified Alphington Grammar School in Melbourne, that it has until 5pm, today, to remove the school’s entrance gates, which would allow anyone to walk and ride …

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