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Maria, the woman that gave birth while the Turks dropped bombs around her

Maria Christodoulou, experienced the terror of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in the summer of 1974. Her story, is filled with sorrow and paints a vivid picture of destruction and …

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Panagiotis Apostolopoulos distributes clothes, food and care to those in need

As night falls over Melbourne CBD, two contrasting worlds converge under the shelters of the Victoria Market: those who contribute and those who receive. The common denominator is love. During …

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Beyond words: The multifaceted rewards of mastering the Greek language

The Greek language, with its ancient roots and profound influence on Western civilisation, offers a unique and enriching learning experience. While it may not be as widely spoken as some …

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Preserving Hellenic roots: The vital role of Greek community schools in Australia

Australia, with its rich multicultural landscape, hosts a vibrant Greek community that takes pride in preserving its cultural heritage. At the forefront of this cultural preservation effort are the Greek …

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Despina Papadopoulou celebrates 102 years of resilience, joy, and dance

Celebrating her 102nd birthday on Wednesday 10 of January, Despina Papadopoulou stands as a living testament to the strength of the human spirit. Despite the passage of time, she continues …

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PRONIA introduces “Stronger Together” program for dementia support

PRONIA is taking significant strides to enhance its support for individuals with early-onset dementia and their caregivers with a new program, ‘Stronger Together’ that kicked off during a special event …

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Age-defying weightlifting Greek Yiayia shatters stereotypes and records

Generally, a 79-year-old Greek woman would be sipping coffee, cooking for grandchildren, gossiping with her girlfriends, binging Greek soapies, and attending church. That is unless that woman is Eleni (Eleftheria) …

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The real estate philanthropist raising funds for flood victims in Almyropotamos, Evia

Dimitris Damianos is not your average real estate agent. He never wanted to be a realtor, his desire was, and still is, to make a difference. When he’s not closing …

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Go to the movies and contribute to breast cancer vaccine research

Every month, 265 Australian women tragically lose their battle with breast cancer, and in 2020, breast cancer was responsible for 685,000 deaths worldwide. Shockingly, one in seven women will receive …

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Elizabeth Sidiropoulos: one of Victoria’s pioneering female police officers to hang up the blue uniform after 35 years of dedicated service

Tuesday, August 1, was no ordinary morning for Elizabeth Sidiropoulos at the Forest Hill Police Station for the Victorian police officer as her colleagues and friends gathered to honour and …

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