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25 March holiday brings unity – and some dissent

The 25 March holiday is considered a double celebration for Greeks around the world as it celebrates both the Annunciation and the start of the Greek War of Independence against …

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British Library finally returns historic documents taken from Greek monastery

Three rare historic documents that had been illegally removed from the Panaghia Chrysopodaritissa Monastery that is located in Achaia back in 1979, were returned yesterday. Following authentication, the relics were …

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Crosshairs on Lockout Laws as Keep Sydney Open targets election scalp in NSW

Only a few days out from the New South Wales State election, one of the major issues facing Sydney-siders is the future of the city’s infamous lockout laws. Keep Sydney …

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Small Business Party’s Angela Vithoulkas contests NSW Upper House

Former cafe owner, entrepreneur and small business advocate Angela Vithoulkas is contesting the NSW Upper House in the state election. The vocal and multi-awarded businesswoman is taking on the Legislative …

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Melbourne’s Greek community to celebrate 198 years of Greek independence

This year marks 198 years of Greek independence from Ottoman occupation. Though it has been almost two centuries since the War of Independence, Greeks around the world continue to turn …

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Greek Community honours its benefactors

The Greek Centre on Lonsdale Street is Melbourne’s Greek hub, abuzz with educational, cultural and all manner of activities that could only be made possible with the contribution of great …

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Australian PM pillories Erdogan’s vile remarks and NZ Deputy PM heads to Turkey to ‘confront’ these

Prime Minister Scott Morrison was not satisfied with an explanation given by Turkey’s Ambassador to Australia regarding comments made by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatening violence against Australian and …

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Pronia is hosting a number of free seminars on different social issues

Pronia, advocates and carers of the Greek Australian community, are hosting a series of workshops focusing on a number of social issues that concern Greek Australians but also the community …

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First St Paisios Church in Australia nears completion

Significant progress has been made towards the completion of the first Greek Orthodox church dedicated to St Paisios the Athonite, in Perth. The foundation stone for the one and only …

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Labor funding for aged care, languages and festivals

Michael Daley and Labor will make $44 million available to multicultural communities across NSW to help community organisations and local councils support their communities. The $44 million Multicultural Infrastructure Fund …