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Sunbed wars: Greece tries to rein in beach chaos

The waves of the Aegean Sea lap gently at the tables and chairs of two beach restaurants on Greece’s Halkidiki peninsula. It is an idyllic scene, but one that is …

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Kastellorizian Association of Victoria seeking traditional costumes and photos for Centenary Calendar

The Kastellorizian Association of Victoria is prepping up for a grand celebration of its centennial anniversary, requesting traditional costumes and photos to include in a calendar to mark the occasion. …

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Niemeier stuns Sakkari in Hamburg as Kerber bows out

Maria Sakkari’s poor form continued as the Bad Homburg Open top seed was knocked out in the first round by lucky loser Jule Niemeier. Greek star Sakkari, ranked ninth in …

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Julian Assange expected to plead guilty to espionage in deal that could set him free and return to Australia

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is expected to plead guilty this week to violating US espionage law, in a deal that could end his imprisonment in Britain and allow him to …

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Shoppers urged not to scramble with egg-supply shortage

Customers are being urged not to panic-buy eggs despite the industry predicting there could be supply-chain issues caused by bird flu spreading through farms in two states. Avian influenza was …

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Georgia Nikolaidou’s tenure as Education Coordinator for Australia concludes

Georgia Nikolaidou’s tenure as the Education Coordinator for Australia-New Zealand has concluded. Replacing her is Maria Triantafyllou, who currently serves in Australia and has been referred to by Nikolaidou as …

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Yacht crew charged after fireworks spark Greek wildfire

Greek prosecutors on Sunday charged 13 crew members of a luxury yacht accused of setting off fireworks that caused a major wildfire on an island near Athens, media reports said. …

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Suleyman and Southwick’s plans for a ‘Parliamentary Friends of Azerbaijan’ halted with joint effort from Cypriot Australian community

A joint coalition of Armenian, Greek, Cypriot, Assyrian, Kurdish and Christian bodies in Australia has successfully boycotted plans to establish a parliamentary friends of Azerbaijan in Victoria. Advocacy efforts spearheaded …

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Tax cuts to see families pocket an extra $60 a week

Families with children are set to pocket an average of more than $3000 next financial year – more than $60 per week – according to the latest Treasury analysis. Across …

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Shopping centre in Adelaide in lockdown after reports of armed man

A major South Australian shopping centre has been placed into lockdown after widespread reports of an armed person inside. Shoppers at the Westfield Marion Centre in Adelaide were urged to …

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13 arrested after yacht fireworks trigger forest fire on the island of Hydra

Greek authorities on Saturday arrested 13 people after fireworks launched from a yacht set off a new wildfire on an island near Athens as the country confronts a new season …

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The first woman in Greece gives birth after ovarian transplant thanks to Dr Pantos

A healthy baby boy was recently born to 39-year-old Irini Kokka, who had undergone ovarian tissue transplantation. On Saturday, June 8, Irini Kokka gave birth to the baby boy, weighing …

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Battle of the codes could see a ‘battle of the Greeks’ as Demetriou’s name touted for AFL role

Andrew Demetriou’s name was reportedly put forward earlier this week as a contender for the AFL Commission chairman role which would bring him into direct competition with NRL supremo and …

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