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New negative record as Greece records 1,690 COVID-19 on Friday

Greece recorded 1,690 new coronavirus cases on Friday, setting a new negative record for the country. There were 64 cases linked to known clusters of infection and 35 were identified …

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Samos quake claims two children in Vathy with many dead and hundreds injured in Turkey

An 6.7 magnitude earthquake on the island of Samos caused a mini-tsunami in the Aegean which was so powerful as it rushed on Turkey’s west coast that it levelled buildings …

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St Basil’s Homes for the Aged in Fawkner in the eye of the hurricane during COVID-19

St Basil’s Homes for the Aged in Fawkner was in the eye of the hurricane during COVID-19. Reverend Archimandrite Fr Evmenios Vasilopoulos, Archiepiscopal Vicar of Northcote, took over as chairman …

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Multicultural media kept in the dark during COVID-19

Former Queensland premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen, a major influence in state and Commonwealth politics for 60 years, used to refer to press conferences as ‘feeding the chooks’. Refusing repeated calls to …

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Wanted urgently: Greek poetry translator to take part in Coburg poetry project

Translators are urgently need to convert and record into Greek, Italian and Arabic a collaborative poetry project dedicated to the Lincoln Mills site in Coburg in time for the MoreArt …

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Sarah Craig replaces John Tatoulis as CEO of the Hellenic Museum at an exciting time in its development

The Hellenic Museum announced the appointment of Sarah Craig as CEO and Head of Curation of the Hellenic Museum of Melbourne, an establishment which recently dominated the press thanks to …

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LBGTQ community slam Perth lord mayor over radio show comments

Barely week into his new role as Perth’s Lord Mayor, media personality Basil Zempilas is facing controversy over throwaway remarks on trans-gender people that he made in the early morning …

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Expatriate shopkeepers welcome back their loyal customers in full force

The coronavirus pandemic seems to have made the phrase ‘you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone’ ring truer than ever since March, causing unprecedented health, social, and economic …

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A Melbourne Cup like no other but it will still stop the nation

It is Spring Racing Carnival time in Victoria and it all leads to one thing: Melbourne Cup Day. Always held on the first Tuesday in November, this year, the 160th …

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Australian horseracing benefits from strong Greek presence over the years

For all the problems that this year has posed, the Melbourne Cup remains the race that will stop the nation. At this time of the year, the hoopla of AFL …

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