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Freedom and the ‘harm principle’ won in the Victorian election

The Labor party under Dan Andrew’s leadership won the state election. Some who were intoxicated by conspiracy theories forgot what democracy is. Freedom is not doing whatever one wants, at …

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Diatribe: ΠΑΡΑΣΧΟΥ ΜΟΙ

Recently, a Greek organisation in Melbourne received a government grant in the tens of thousands of dollars in order to renovate the facilities of its clubhouse. Unbeknownst to the grantors, …

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Victorian Election: Demographic changes will play a major role

At 11:30am my wife and I ambled over to our son’s old Primary School, Holy Name, in Preston District to vote in the state elections. The line-up to the polling …

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Men Without Women: The polis (Η πόλη) that was feminine only in etymology

At this year’s annual regular conference of the Central Union of Municipalities of Greece (KEDE) which took place on 21-23 November 2022 in Volos, the program of presentations held a …

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The road to multicultural ‘storytime’ in our public spaces

Labor’s announcement if re-elected, to offer $6 million to offer Multicultural/Ethnic Story Times (MST) in our public spaces is a great win for the footprint of languages, real programs on …

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The Coalition to build greater relations with Victoria’s Greek community

The Liberals and Nationals are proud to put forward to the Victorian people what is without doubt the most comprehensive policy agenda ever taken to a Victorian election. For the …

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Labor stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Victoria’s Greek community

Dimopoulos, Staikos, Tarlarmis, Theophanous – the connection between the Greek community and our Labor Government is as clear as the names printed on the ballot paper. Labor has stood with …

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It all began with a slug

I never wanted to be a politician, and yet now I am running as an independent in the seat of Mulgrave. I am appealing to Greek Australians in the electorate …

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The French sub deal may be on the table again

This morning, I came across an old song that I first heard many years ago, Never say never, which is perfect for today’s geopolitics. This could occur in the case …

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Vote for the Hellenes in the state election

Hellenism in Australia is at a turning point, as it emerges from the aging era of the first generation. It still needs capable politicians at all levels of government – …

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