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Cyprus: 'Never forget'

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Greek Centre in Melbourne will light red to mark 50 years since invasion of Cyprus

The Greek Centre in Melbourne will be illuminated in red as the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) marks the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. As communities across …

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News & Features

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Chrysoula Heisler reflects on six decades of volunteering and Greek heritage

Chrysoula Heisler (née Vatsilas) welcomes me with a warm smile in front of her colourful garden at her Glenside home. She has loved Aussie gardens since the day she set …

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Laura Kane: How a little footy loving Greek girl became AFL GM

From playing Auskick to barracking alongside her family to North Melbourne to AFL footy boss, Laura Kane lives and breathes footy
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Life & Culture

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Marina Satti sheds light on ‘forgotten’ issue in new music video

Greek singer Marina Satti has released a new music video for her song ‘Ah, Thalassa’ (Oh, Sea), shedding light on the refugee crisis in Greece. Satti visually invests the song …

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Spurs first, Postecoglou cool amid England job talk

Ange Postecoglou is fully focused on bringing success to Tottenham rather than considering a return to international management after being linked with the England job. The Football Association is on …

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Major IT outage affecting banks, media outlets

IT outages are reportedly affecting major institutions across the nation. Crowd-sourced website Downdetector has listed the National Australia Bank, ABC, ANZ, Telstra and Bendigo Bank as suffering outages. Many media …

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Paralegal to be locked up for five years after stealing $1.5 million

Former paralegal Athena Razos has been sentenced to five years and three months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing more than $1.5 million from her employer. Razos was found …

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State League Victoria Men’s: As good as it gets

State League 1 – North West Group Oh, if only we possessed a multitude of eyes to fully absorb the mesmerising ball action and spectacular goals on display! Last weekend, …

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This Sunday the Special General Meeting of the Greek Community of Melbourne

A Special General Meeting (SGM) of the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria (GOCMV) will be held this Sunday to consider proposed amendments to the articles of its constitution. Although …

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Labor rallies in Darebin: Candidates focus on core issues ahead of October election

Victorian local government elections are on in October, and the northern suburbs of Melbourne—Darebin and Merri Bek (formerly Moreland)—are a contest between Labor and the Greens. On Wednesday night, Labor …

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Melburnians’ quality of life plummeting, survey shows

More than one-third of Melburnians feel their quality of life has worsened over the past 12 months, despite most enjoying living in the city. The insight comes as part of …

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Jobless rate ticks higher in mixed result for RBA

Australia’s unemployment rate has held above four per cent for three months even as an uptick in hours worked and a healthy employment increase hint at ongoing resilience in the …

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‘Absolutely boiling’: Τourists dejected as heat shuts Athens Acropolis again

Scorching temperatures on Wednesday prompted authorities in Athens to again shut down the Acropolis, the country’s most visited tourist attraction — to the frustration of tourists missing out at the …

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NPL Victoria Men: Port Melbourne Sharks – the time is now

We’re down to the wire with just four games left in the regular season and the battle for first place is heating up. It’s hard to believe South Melbourne could …

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Tsitsipas proving clay is his friend, through to quarter-final of Swiss Open

Stefanos Tsitsipas is through to the quarter-final at the Swiss Open after defeating Hamad Medjedovic 7-6(6), 6-3. The top seed saved four set points in the first set — three …

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