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Omicron variant could heavily impact Greece’s and Cyprus’s tourism recovery

As Omicron variant case numbers increase around the world, Greece and Cyprus brace over a new threat that could potentially harm their recovering tourism industry. Compared to other countries in …

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From Ithaca to Rhodesia and then to Australia

The odyssey of one of Melbourne's most historic Greek families
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Eighth case of Omicron variant confirmed in NSW

Australia reportedly counts nine confirmed cases of the Omicron variant eight of which recorded in NSW and one in the Northern Territory. The latest case, a student at Regents Park …

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Victoria’s controversial pandemic bill officially passes upper house

The Victorian Government’s controversial pandemic laws have officially passed the upper house of state parliament set to replace the state of emergency powers. The new set of laws passed with 20 …

Petition and renewed call on Heritage Victoria to protect the Fairfield Amphitheatre

I would firstly like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which the Fairfield amphitheatre stands, the Wurundjeri people of the mighty Cullen Nation. I would like to …

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1 December 1913: The day Crete was unified with Greece

It was Sunday 1 December 1913 when the Greek flag was raised on top of the fortress of Firka, on the western side of the harbour of Chania in front …

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Larissa’s military base to receive $35m from the US

Following the renewal of the Mutual Defense Cooperation Agreement (MDCA) between Greece and the US, the latter is set on allocating a total of US$33.5 million on the construction of …

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Piraeus container workers go on two day strike

As of today the the container workers at Greece’s largest and busiest port, Piraeus, will go on a 48-hour strike. Following several safety concerns and complaints on inhumane working conditions …

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Greece’s vaccination bookings triple following mandate for over 60s

Following Greece Prime Minister Kyriakos Mistotakis’ announcement yesterday, the number of citizens over the age of 60 booking their COVID-19 vaccination appears to have tripled. In a decision to make …

Fronditha Care AGM reflects on a good year despite COVID-19 issues

Despite a difficult year marked by the COVID-19 pandemic, Fronditha Care was able to carry out needed changes in the way it works and ensure the organisation’s financial viability said …

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Twelve correction officials in Greece handed suspended sentences for torture of prisoner

The case of Albanian detainee Ilia Kareli who died in custody back in March 2014 while in Nigrita Prison has been trialed. Twelve prison officials were handed prison sentences spanning …

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Mandatory vaccinations for all citizens over 60 – fines for those that do not comply

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced on Tuesday that COVID-19 vaccination becomes mandatory for all citizens aged over 60 years old. This new measure was in fact the opening statement at …

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