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Deakin University Greek Society Ball takes off

The Deakin University Greek Society (DUGS) committee held its annual ball last Friday at the prestigious Vogue Ballroom. Over 350 students celebrated their Greekness and achievement with a lot 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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Anna Polyviou joins This is Us bakery in Sydney

Pastry Chef Anna Polyviou has joined the popular This Is Us bakery in Sydney’s Cherrybrook as creative director and has designed a menu that includes some of her signature desserts. …

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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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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Vangelis – as Thucydides once said “The whole earth is the sepulcher of famous men”

An Argonaut of the Cosmos, Vangelis Papathanassiou departed from this life, a modern Jason from the land of the Argonauts of “little Greece”. A land which has given birth to …

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Maria Sakkari blazes through to the French Open second round

World No.4 Maria Sakkari has secured a spot in the second round of Roland Garros for the fifth consecutive year after obliterating No.95 Clara Burel in a straight-sets win on …

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City and Western United locked in for historic all-Victorian A-League Grand Final

Melbourne City has set up a first-time A-League Grand Final with two Victorian representatives after an extra-time epic against Adelaide United, with the defending champions set to clash with their …

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‘Australians have voted for change’, says the country’s 31st Prime Minister

Anthony Albanese has been sworn in as Australia’s 31st Prime Minister at Government House in Canberra this morning alongside senior Labor frontbenchers before he heads to Tokyo for talks with …

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Melburnians remember the Battle of Crete (photos)

Commemorative events for the Battle of Crete have culminated this weekend, with a wreath-laying ceremony and a students’ parade taking place on Sunday morning. The events were hosted by the …

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The polling booth with a Greek flavour and migrant history

“There is a polling booth near the Greek church around the corner,” the Richmond newsagent owner said. “Try there.” On polling day, in inner-city Melbourne, on Saturday 21 May, at …

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Panathinaikos lifts Greek Cup in historic win over PAOK

Ending an eight-year trophy drought, the Greens have won the 2022 Greek Cup Final defeating PAOK 1-0. Panathinaikos dominated the first half with a penalty goal scored by Aitor Cantalapiedra …

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Change of guard from Morrison to Albanese, but this is no clean-cut Labor win

Anthony Albanese is set to become Australia’s new Prime Minister, following an action-packed 2022 federal election night, with key Liberal strongholds lost to teal independents and the Greens on track …

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Labor set to form government

Australia is set to have a Labor government lead by Anthony Albanese as Australia’s 31st Prime Minister – possibly a minority government. A new third force has emerged, the teals. …

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