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Abduction victim meets her saviour 60 years later

Fate works in strange ways sometimes; at least that is the case for Victorian resident Helen Perikkentis and Queensland hotel owner Miltiades Neofytou. It was almost 60 years ago, when …

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Migrants banned from Australia’s major cities

The Federal Government is moving closer to imposing new restrictions on migrants planning to move to Australia, in an attempt to tackle an overpopulation issue in the nation’s biggest cities: …

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Dandenong Greek Community Hall receives new funding

Dandenong’s Greek Community will receive $150,000 from the Andrews Labor Government’s Multicultural Community Infrastructure Fund for a major upgrade to the Dandenong Greek Community Hall, which is in desperate need …

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Theo Zographos enters preselection battle for the seat of Chisholm

City of Monash Councillor Theo Zographos is one of the contenders for the seat of Chisholm, vacated by Julia Banks MP. Cr Zographos’ work for the City of Monash includes …

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Opera House advertising pains former custodian of the sails

The bold, brash, promotional push by Racing NSW to win the hearts and minds of race fans and punters by using the iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House to …

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Greek Australian academic at the forefront of addressing domestic violence

Just last week in Australia six women were killed in a matter of seven days. So it’s fair to say that the appointment of the Respect Victoria board, an independent …

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A plea for help for a 40-year-old mother of three, suffering from stage 4 cancer

Two months ago, Grigoria Antonopoulou, her husband Dimitrios and their three children were going about their day to day lives, with the concerns, challenges and aspirations common to all newly …

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Greek Australian boy battling rare type of cancer

Adelaide four-year-old Jaxon Kaplatzis is believed to be the only person in Australia ever diagnosed with a rare type of leukaemia and despite his young age, he is battling his …

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64th issue of Antipodes honours poet Antigone Kefala

The weekend saw the anticipated launch of the 64th issue of the Greek Australian Cultural League’s (GACL) magazine Antipodes. The turnout exceeded the expectation of organisers, attracting an intergenerational audience. …

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Greek language remains in Coburg West Primary School’s 2019 curriculum

A campaign to avert the discontinuation of the Greek language program from Coburg West Primary School’s (CWPS) was successful. On Monday CWPS Principal Mark Colagrande assured the Greek Community of …