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Victoria Police fail in suppression order for details leading to arrest of Gargasoulas in Bourke St massacre

Victoria Police lost an application to suppress an operational review undertaken after Bourke Street Mall killer James Gargasoulas rammed his car onto pedestrians, killing six people and injuring dozens of …

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Small business awards showcase multicultural entrepreneurs in Melbourne’s north

Nominations are now open for the 2019 Northern Multicultural Small Business Awards. First held in 2016, the awards showcase the extraordinary contribution of business operators from a migrant, refugee or …

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Former top cop Brett Guerin says ‘racist’ comments were a way of dealing with workplace stress

Former assistant police commissioner Brett Guerin on Thursday told the Supreme Court that racist posts he made under the pseudonym Vernon Demerest was a way of dealing with the stress …

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Dardalis Archives revive the Greek migrant story at La Trobe University

Migrants move with the future in mind, but their journeys inevitably involve excising part of their past. Moving forth for a better life, little by little, they discard parts of …

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DNA of human skeletons discovered in India linked to modern day Greeks, researchers find

One of two piles of human skeletons discovered by researchers on the shores of Roopkund Lake in northern India are believed to be the remains of Greeks. Researchers analysed the …

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Vivienne Nguyen takes over from Helen Kapalos as new Victorian Multicultural Commission Chair

Community advocate and experienced business leader Vivienne Nguyen has been appointed as Chair of the Victorian Multicultural Commission to take on the $200,000-plus per year post held until recently by …

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Helicopter crash near Greek island resort, three killed

A helicopter crash near the Greek island of Poros has proven fatal, resulting in the death of the Greek pilot, 57, and two Russian passengers, aged 56 and 24. The …

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Australia’s Immigration Minister David Coleman looks at funding for issues of importance to the Greek community

Dialogue between the Australian government and the Greek community took place this week in the framework of building ties and finding ways to best serve the needs of Greeks in …

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Australia’s oldest continuously Greek-run cafe is being put on the market

Australia’s oldest continuously Greek-run cafe, The Niagara is being put on the market, in what will be its second public sale in 100 years. Established in 1902 in Gundagai, southwest …

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Preventing smoking in schools high on Greek Education Ministry’s agenda

Students smoking in schools has been an ongoing concern in Greece. To help tackle the issue head on, Education Minister Niki Kerameos met with pulmonologists Panagiotis Behrakis, Chair of the Health …