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Cyprus issues first-ever fines for poisoning wild birds

Cypriot authorities have for the first time issued fines for the killing of rare wild birds using poison baits, conservationists on the Mediterranean island said Monday. Fines totalling 21,000 euros …

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Byron Bay yogi says Transcendental Meditation changed his life

Stelios Mousaferiadis is a Byron Bay based practitioner who for the last four years has taught the technique of Transcendental Meditation to students from around the globe
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VASSY’s new hit ‘Pieces’ tops US dance charts

Greek Australian electronic dance-pop artist VASSY (Vassy Karagiorgos) is in Darwin these days spending time with family and celebrating her latest success: hitting number one on the US dance charts. …

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Olympiacos holds firm to earn a point against PAOK at “Toumba”

Neither PAOK nor Olympiacos were able to split the difference after a tense match which saw both teams fail to score, with the result ensuring both teams remain level on …

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Outback life inspires Martin Dougiamas to create world leading education solution

Martin Dougiamas who founded the world's largest open source learning management system, Moodle, in the early 2000s believes AI can bring a new golden age of education and thought.
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Hundreds dead, scores injured in Turkey-Syria quake

A magnitude 7.9 earthquake has struck central Turkey and northwest Syria, killing about 200 people as buildings collapsed across the snowy region, and triggering a search for survivors trapped in …

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7.8-magnitude quake hits southern Turkey: USGS

A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit near Gaziantep in southern Turkey on Monday, the US Geological Service said. The quake struck at 04:17 am local time (0117 GMT) at a depth of …

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Cyprus presidential vote goes to a second round

Cyprus’s former foreign minister Nikos Christodoulides faces career diplomat Andreas Mavroyiannis in a second round of presidential elections next week after neither secured a majority of the vote on Sunday. …

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Australia to reclassify MDMA and psilocybin as medicine

Australia will become the first country in the world to recognise MDMA, the active ingredient in the party drug ecstacy, as a medicine for post traumatic stress disorder. From July …

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Greece is alive at Pythagoras Greek School

When it comes to Greek Cultural Studies, Pythagoras Greek School do things a bit differently. They don’t just teach a couple of Greek dances, instead, they delve into the rich …

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What’s on for the Greek Studies program at La Trobe

The Greek Studies program at La Trobe University already lanched a plethora of exciting activities at the start of this academic year. “The program has greatly benefitted from the support …

Lalor North Primary School – a unique and diverse, dedicated learning community

Lalor North Primary School was established in 1971 and for the past 45 years it operates as a bilingual program teaching the full school curriculum in both English and Greek, …

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Taxiarches Greek school proudly promoting Hellenism

For over 60 years now, the Taxiarches Greek School operating under Mentone’s Greek Orthodox Community has been supporting young learners in their journey towards Greek language acquisition. Offering a comprehensive …

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Aetolian College: Teaching Greek through remarkable programs

The value of the Greek language is priceless. It is a language that has been spoken continuously for 40 centuries until the present day which has contributed to the development …

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Looking for a Hellenic hub in Melbourne’s west? The Greek Community School of Hobsons Bay is your answer

A lot has changed since 1967, when the Greek Community School of Hobsons Bay (Altona Greek School) first opened its doors. The school’s initial premises consisted of the community/church hall …

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