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Political outrage over Senator Anning’s ‘final solution’ speech that praised White Australia Policy

The crossbench senator Fraser Anning caused uproar across the political spectrum with his maiden speech on Tuesday, in which he called for a return to the White Australia policy and …

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Staios extends dementia research and helps raise funds for fire victims

Clinical neuropsychologist Matthew Staios is well known for his tireless spirit and efforts to hold on to his Greek Australian identity. A little over a year ago he rode his …

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Greek diver campaigns to protect seahorse colony

It was during one of his dives when Vasilis Mentogiannis discovered a rare colony of seahorses in a remote gulf near the Chalkidiki point. Talking to Reuters, he describes the …

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What the $289m US lawsuit against Monsanto means for Australia

A US court decision involving a $289m payout by Monsanto over claims linking pesticide Roundup to cancer, could have implications for the agriculture industry and lead to further litigation on …

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Outpouring of support by Victorians for Athens fire victims

Australia and Greece have long shared a special bond, and this was reaffirmed on Wednesday night by ABC Radio at the Greek Centre in Melbourne, with the launch of its …

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FFTN Giving voice to a generation caught in the middle

The Greek Australian women’s Food For Thought Network (FFTN) is hosting a panel discussion on the ‘Sandwich Generation’. Many Baby Boomers and Gen Xs are finding themselves, as the term …

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New evidence puts the eruption of Thera between 1600 and 1525 BC

A new study based on ancient tree rigs comes to settle the long-standing controversy over the date of a volcanic blast that possibly inspired the myth of Atlantis. Thera, a …

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Action for Athens

Tonight, Melbourne’s Greek Centre will hold a fundraising event for the wildfire victims in Greece. The benefit will be broadcast live on ABC Radio Melbourne & Victoria and it will be …

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Greece calls for tourists to demand receipts and use POS

Greece’s independent public revenues authority has just launched a new campaign reminding the millions of tourists flooding the country to help the economy by asking for receipts. “Apodixi (receipt) please!” …

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Turkey releases Greek servicemen

The two Greek officers who were being held in a high security prison in Edirne for 167 days, have finally been released, Anadolu agency reported yesterday. Lieutenant Angelos Mitretodis and …