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‘No other option’: VIC officials grilled over exit from lockdown timing

Finding it hard to digest extension no.2 of lockdown no.6 in Melbourne? Victoria’s public health team states well aware of the issue. But they say “we can’t take a different …

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Transmission, deaths inevitable soon, but ‘right now, we have to be at zero’

Victorians received welcome news on Tuesday, with Premier Daniel Andrews confirming the end of the state-wide lockdown from 11.59pm. While stay at home requirements and travel distance limits are scrapped, …

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Australian Fashion Week: Meet Iordanes, 26, staging his first show

Australian Fashion Week is back on this year, featuring among its up-and-coming designers’ cohort, a young, proud Greek Australian. His great grandmother was a dressmaker, his yiayia was a knitwear …

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Coming soon: The ‘untold story’ of Aussie Greeks – Oh, and it’s set in the 90s

Elle Mandalis doesn’t shy away from the realisation that “being Greek is the reason my acting career is what it is today”. The first lead role she landed, as a …

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Pascoe and Shukuroglou show how connection to country is a choice and privilege, open to all

With overseas plans out of the picture for most part – if not all – of 2021, you might be like most of us, a reportedly growing majority channeling our …

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Next manufacturing revolution underway, with a Greek Australian leading research

The impact of COVID-19 will be changing our lives for years to come. And this is not necessarily a bad thing. For Australia as a nation, the disruption of ‘business …

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The ‘sheltered Greek girl’ who became a Melbourne rock scene stalwart

If you’ve experienced Melbourne’s live music in a timeframe spanning from late ’80s to today, chances are you’ve been to at least one (and likely more) gigs organised by Mary …

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Kids craving for a Greek holiday? This language learning book could fill the gap through imagination

‘When life gives you lemon, make lemonade’ could be the motto describing Androula Matthews’ experience during Melbourne’s back-to-back lockdowns. Wedding plans for May with her fiancé and their honeymoon to …

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‘Adding life to years’: Cooking in Ikaria, the Greek island of longevity

Be it studying, preparing or teaching it, food has been a big part of Meni Valle’s life. And growing up as a Melburnian-Greek, it was only natural to fall in …

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‘Devastating’: Accused for Courtney Herron’s murder found mentally unfit to stand trial

Henry Hammond, the alleged killer of Greek Australian woman Courtney (Konstantina) Herron, has been found not guilty because of mental impairment, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday. The body of …

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