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Qantas agrees to pay Seremetidis for ‘hurt and humiliation’

Qantas has agreed to pay compensation to a worker who was stood down and isolated from colleagues after directing others not to clean planes arriving from China early in the …

National Theatre of Greece’s meditative ‘Goodbye, Lindita’ brings new theatrical tragedy to Adelaide Festival

Athenian director, Mario Banushi's wordless play explores the collective experience of grief in the Balkans and beyond
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Award winning Greek film ‘Tailor’ to screen in Sydney this week

The Greek Film Society Sydney will be hosting a screening of 2020 award winning comedy-drama Tailor this Thursday night at the Greek Atlas Community Cultural Centre in Marrickville. Directed by …

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Panathinaikos seeking redemption in must-win clash with Aris

Panathinaikos’ premiership chances are well and truly on the line as they prepare for Aris, with poor recent results in the league meaning they must earn maximum points to stay …

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From Greece to Australia, ‘ellinol’ strives for the best of two worlds

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Turkish minister warns Greece over loss of sovereignty of islands in the Aegean

A fresh threat has been issued to Greece by Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan regarding its sovereignty over islands in the Aegean near the Turkish coastline, continuing their request that …

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NGOs urge Greece not to extradite Erdogan critic: statement

A group of NGOs called on the Greek government on Tuesday to reject Ankara’s extradition request for a Turkish asylum seeker who accused President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of corruption. “The …

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Europe’s ‘years of lead’: 1970s left-wing guerrilla groups

A member of Germany’s Baader-Meinhof gang, one of the left-wing guerrilla groups that killed scores of people across Europe in the 1970s and 1980s, has been arrested after more than …

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A Danish lunch in honour of Major Anders Lassen – the Achilles of Thessaloniki

It was my pleasure and honour to attend a private lunch to welcome to Melbourne the nephew of Anders Lassen, the celebrated Danish soldier who played an important part in …

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Melbourne University students honour their Greek Cypriot teacher with award nomination

Greek Cypriot doctor Stephanos Herodotou has been nominated by his students at the University of Melbourne as the MD2 Teacher of the Year for 2023. Dr Herodotou, who has been …

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Archbishop Makarios celebrates the HSC-excelling students from the Greek Orthodox Colleges in Sydney

Archbishop Makarios awarded the numerous young students from Sydney’s three Greek Orthodox Colleges who achieved fantastic results in the HSC exams last year in a ceremony held at the Great …

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EU poised to seize Russian profits, Greek envoy says

The European Union is expected to move toward seizing Russian profits generated in the bloc, a key step to backing Ukraine that stops short of calls to confiscate assets outright, …

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Aim on preventing deaths ahead of ‘really tough’ day

Firefighters are focused on preventing deaths as Victoria braces for potentially catastrophic weather conditions. The Wimmera region’s fire danger rating for Wednesday was upgraded from extreme to catastrophic. Extreme fire …

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Greece awaits answers a year after worst train disaster

Greece was still waiting for a final accounting of what went wrong and who may have been responsible one year after its deadliest train crash killed 57 people. The nation …

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EuroBasket 2025: Greece stands tall in the Hague – Victory 74-72 over the Netherlands

With a great comeback from being down by 13 points (31-18 in the 16th minute), the Men’s National Team achieved a victory in The Hague, taking yet another step towards …

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