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Elder abuse campaign to curb nation’s ‘hidden cruelty’

Elder abuse can involve physical, psychological, sexual and emotional abuse as well as financial abuse and neglect. The $4.8 million campaign will be announced by Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus at the …

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Cyprus marks 50 year ethnic split

Turkey’s president has put a damper on hopes for a quick resumption of talks to heal a half-century of ethnic division on Cyprus, reaffirming his support for a two-state deal …

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Airport delays continue in wake of global IT outage

Companies hit by the unprecedented global IT outage are returning to normal but travellers continue to face delays with airports plagued by knock-on effects. Banks, media outlets, airports, supermarkets, retailers, …

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Cyber experts say vetting failed before global crash

Security experts say CrowdStrike’s routine update of its widely used cybersecurity software, which caused a global internet crash, apparently did not undergo adequate quality checks before it was deployed. The …

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Cypriot communities across Australia mark 50 years of division

Hellenes and Philhellenes worldwide are mobilising to mark the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. Demanding action and uniting to remember those lost and missing, and to stand …

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Major IT outage affecting banks, media outlets

IT outages are reportedly affecting major institutions across the nation. Crowd-sourced website Downdetector has listed the National Australia Bank, ABC, ANZ, Telstra and Bendigo Bank as suffering outages. Many media …

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US political divide affecting its world standing: PM

Political polarisation in the US has affected America’s standing in the world, the prime minister says, as President Joe Biden comes under increasing pressure to step aside. As former president …

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Prominent Greek-Australian woman in Melbourne slips, falls, and dies in her garden

The unexpected death of Aikaterini Salaha has plunged her close relatives and friends into mourning. The wife of well-known businessman and president of the Labor Union “Dimokritos,” Thanasis Salahas, died …

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GCM to expand Greek youth camp program to Attica

The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) is expanding its camp program to the Attica region in Greece. GCM President Bill Papastergiadis met with Governor of Attica Nikos Hardalias in Greece …

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Paralegal to be locked up for five years after stealing $1.5 million

Former paralegal Athena Razos has been sentenced to five years and three months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing more than $1.5 million from her employer. Razos was found …

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