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Greece and FYROM sign name deal

In a ceremony at the Prespes Lake district in northern Greece on Sunday, Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and his FYROM counterpart Nikola Dimitrov, signed an agreement to change the name …

Our top three Greek dishes to keep you warm

If you are not among the lucky ones travelling to Greece this season to enjoy delicious summer mezethes by the sea, try these recipes
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Melbourne gets a new Greek restaurant cocktail bar

A new Greek restaurant and cocktail bar has become all the rage in Melbourne’s south east. Rebel Blue, co-founded by business partners George Loupos, Vinny Diaco and Rody Kaka, opened …

‘A Migrant’s Son’: An ode to first-generation Greek migrants in Australia

'Without the sacrifices of our Greek parents, Australia wouldn't be the country it is today,' says Greek Australian artist Michaela Burger
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Rise in asylum seekers sees Greek mainland migrant camps reopen

Greece has stepped up to cater to the increasing number of people seeking asylum in Europe with the reopening of camps and facilities across the mainland. The decision to open …

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Ancient Greek names declared most popular worldwide

According to a recent report published by popular UK blog BabyCentre, Ancient Greek names feature at the top of the list of the most popular names worldwide for 2018. “Ancient …

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World Cup bonanza on offer for Socceroos

The 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany was a momentous occasion for Australian football. After a 32-year wait from their previous finals appearance, the Socceroos exceeded expectations by making it …

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Russia fires five past Saudis in World Cup opener

Russia struck a goal rush in the opening match of the 2018 World Cup final defeating Saudi Arabia 5-0 at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Friday morning. Two goals to …

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Coach sacking threatens Spain campaign

In the aftermath of Real Madrid’s third consecutive Championship League win, few could have predicted the chain of events leading to what has emerged as the biggest crisis to hit …

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Macedonian maladroitness

In the 90s, which is the time that most Greek-Melburnians became aware of the ‘Macedonian’ issue, the natural inclination of the community was to express its solidarity with the Greek …

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FYROM name deal: Mixed reactions from Greek diaspora stakeholders

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ announcement that a deal had been reached in a telephone conversation between Greece and FYROM regarding the ongoing name dispute has caused turmoil in both …

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Australian media and academia riding the #MeToo movement

It’s been eight months since the Harvey Weinstein scandal took Hollywood by storm, creating a chain reaction to the film industry as a whole. Australia could not remain unaffected and …

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Preston Market gets ready to honour area’s Greek population

Following on from the success of the Preston Market’s Big Fat Greek Day in 2017, the event is back, and is set to be bigger and fatter than the last. …

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Last batch of reforms for Greece cleared, paving the way for clean bailout exit

Greece is well and truly approaching the end of its international bailout, further signalled on Thursday with Greek lawmakers approving the last batch of economic reforms required by creditors. Voted …