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Scenes of ‘chaos’ described as St Basil’s tragedy unfolded

Fingers pointed in all directions at the Coronial Inquest into the 50 deaths at St Basil’s
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COVID-19 rules remain a major factor to consider in your travel plans

One of the biggest industries to be blind-sided by the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic was the travel industry and at long last the borders are again opening within Australia and with the wider world but the ease with which we used to travel in the past is still some way in the future. COVID regulations are still a major consideration when travelling.
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THI Australia calls for your support to help Greece’s needy this winter

The Hellenic Initiative (THI) Australia has called on the Greek community of Australia to give their support to vulnerable communities in Greece this winter. THI said that the donations of …

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Australia braces itself for new Omicron variant as national cabinet meeting reviews national plan

Victoria confirmed 918 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths on Tuesday, a decrease from Monday’s 1007 cases with 11,417 active cases around the state. The state government has also confirmed …

Inspiration or appropriation: From the swastika to the use of ancient symbols in modern times

Symbols are a part of the fundamental nature of human beings. We use them to dictate meaning, rules and as markers, all of which help us understand the world around …

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Doncaster students appreciate Fairfield Amphitheatre

The school year is winding down, and Greek language classes are stopping for summer holidays. A group of students from the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria’s VCE Doncaster Saturday …

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Filotimo, the Marrickville mural showcases the ‘love of honour’

For a supposedly untranslatable concept, the idea of «Φιλότιμο», something which is apparently encoded within the DNA of all people of Greek ancestry, haσ been around for an incredibly long …

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Launch of Antipodes’ 2021 edition set for 17 December live event

The Greek-Australian Cultural League of Melbourne (GACLM) will launch the 2021 edition of its bilingual periodical “Antipodes” and also announce the winners of its annual literary competition on 17 December. …

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Exclusive interview: George Papandreou vies for KINAL’s leadership

George Papandreou is no stranger to leadership. Like his father and grandfather before him, he has been at the helm of the Greek government. Now, he is vying for the …

Last-minute goals deliver victories for Olympiacos and AEK

It was business as usual for the top teams in Greek Superleague over the weekend as Olympiacos and AEK won their matches with late winners while crowd problems in injury …

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Greece opens two ‘closed’ refugee camps on islands

Greece has opened two more “closed” refugee camps. “A new era is beginning,” said migration minister Notis Mitarachi on Saturday at the opening of the facilities on Kos and Leros. …

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Omicron sparks fears for travellers in Australia as new border rules are considered

The Omicron variant has been detected in Australia with two cases which arrived from Africa. NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet confirmed that the two confirmed cases arrived along with 29 people …

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