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Trimming the excess: how cutting down on junk food could help save the environment

Looking for a new reason to cut down on “junk” food? Besides the obvious health-related benefits, I showed in a recent study that discretionary or junk foods make up a …

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Beyond the bars: Eleni Psillakis on life post incarceration and her 2020 Altitude Award nomination

When Eleni Psillakis left the gates of the Dillwynia Correction Centre in July of 2014, she did not know what to expect of her life beyond bars. Six years on …

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Australian house property market surprisingly immune to COVID-19

In May this year, one month into the first Melbourne lockdown, the predictions for the property market were dire. A Commonwealth Bank forecast stated that the house prices would plummet …

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On the blue waters of Greece – The Anzac Rowers of Lemnos

Neos Kosmos recently reported the success of the Hellenic rowing team in the European Under-23 Rowing Championships. The story of rowing and a love for the sea has a long …

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Fun facts about drinking in Ancient Greece

1 Drinks of ancients The 12 gods may have drunk Nectar, however ordinary Ancient Greeks drank water, wine, milk and fruit juice. Chilled fruit juices along with milk and honey …

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Opinion: Policies should better support people trapped in long-term refugee situations

People that are forced to live away from their homes for five years or more – such as refugees or internally displaced persons (IDPs) – are said to live in …

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Elle Likopoulos, Greek mother of four wins Ausmumpreneur of the Year 2020

Elle Likopoulos, principal of Absolute Business Brokers and host of The Mumpreneurs Club Podcast, has been named  the Ausmumpreneur of the Year 2020. A mother of four kids under 10, …

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George Treloar On-line Commemorative Service a Zooming Success

All of us who organise or take part in public events or celebrations have had to face the challenge of how to maintain involvement in the current circumstances. Those of …

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Senate examines proposed fee hikes as debt clouds hover over uni students

In ancient Greece, Aristotle reasoned that the most deserving should be entitled to their moral deserts. In an Aristotelian world, any apt student would hold right to their study of …

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Greek strong man was a real legend of the Australian showground circuit

I wrote the 2015 article which concluded with the above words. Leonithas Postoglithis changed his name to Leon Samson once he settled in Australia and adopted the life of the …

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