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Greek Community of Melbourne backs the Voice to Parliament

On the eve of Australia Day, the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) issued a statement of their unflinching support for a First Nations Voice to Parliament. In the statement issued …

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Greek government tourism office to open in Melbourne’s Greek Centre

After eight years of lobbying by the Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM), the Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) will finally re-open an office in Melbourne in the Greek Centre, Lonsdale …

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Greek diaspora voting rights, or a lack of creates global debate

Greek citizens living outside Greece, now have the right to vote in Greece’s elections. The 2019 legislation passed by New Democracy – anaemic and full with obstacles – will be …

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Greek Diaspora panel discuss voting rights for Greeks abroad

For the first time (some) Greek citizens outside Greece will be able to vote in Greece’s upcoming national elections without going back. “In an historic, albeit restricted way, Hellenic citizens …

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Australian masthead news.com.au report highlights the danger Erdogan poses

Seidel begins his report with, “He’s trashed Turkey’s economy. He’s locked up all opposition. He’s playing a deadly game standing between East and West. Now President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is …

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Santa can be any colour you want

In 2021 when a Black Santa appeared at the ‘Santa Experience’ in the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, there as an uproar on social media over the decision to …

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Chanukah the 2000-year-old war between Greeks and Jews is now a bridge of trust

On the balmy evening of Wednesday 21 December, the fourth day of Chanukah, Rabbi Gabbi Kaltman the organiser and host of Pillars of Light celebration in Federation Square said, “22 …

High achievers awarded by the Greek Community of Melbourne

On Tuesday evening the Greek Victorian VCE students who excelled in their final exams were awarded at the Mezzanine of the fifteen story Greek Centre. Along with students and parents, …

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Brooks: “The Greek community feels like family to me”

Colin Brooks the new Victorian Minister for Multicultural Affairs spoke to Neos Kosmos last night at the Greek Centre event in honour of the achievements of Greek Australian VCE students. …

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Live Greek and other music booming in post-pandemic Australia

The Victorian Music Development Office (VMDO) has released the latest results of their Music Habits survey of 2000 Australians. Despite the Covid pandemic that shut down live music for two …

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