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Aussie charity supporting Greek priest’s work in Africa goes local in response to pandemic

A new community kitchen has been established in Melbourne’s north-west by Paradise 4 kids, the charity organisation widely known for supporting the mission Greek Orthodox priest Father Themis Adamopoulos established …

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Acropolis’ concrete pathway saga: New report on UNESCO’s role causes stir

A new walkway at the Acropolis that opened to the public in March is at the centre of a months’ long controversy involving accusations over the legitimacy of the renovation …

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NSW on a race to “make August the month we get vaccinated”

With a further 239 new local COVID-19 cases recorded in the last reporting period to Sunday, New South Wales is continuing to battle a worsening Delta outbreak. By the time …

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Emma Mckeon dominates in Tokyo with fourth gold and new Australian record

Swimmer Emma McKeon grabbed two more gold medals at the Tokyo Games on Sunday making Aussies proud and bringing her career into new heights. After winning the 50-metres freestyle (with …

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Greek Australian high-achievers among Premier’s VCE Awards recipients

A massive congratulations goes out to all our 2020 VCE students who worked hard under unprecedented challenges in their final year of school. But a cohort of high-achievers have earned …

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Greece: Peloponnese on high alert against unfolding fire

Some 95 firefighters, 33 fire engines and 4 ground teams were battling a wildfire in the region of Achaia in the Peloponnese on Saturday, assisted by four water-dowsing aircraft and …

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Greece confirms 2,845 new coronavirus infections on Friday

Greece confirmed 2,845 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, with 8 of these identified at entry points to the country, the National Public Health Organization (EODY) said on …

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NSW records 210 new COVID cases, and one new death

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard says people critically ill with COVID-19 are being hidden from authorities, as the state recorded another death and 210 new infections. A south-west Sydney man in his 60s …

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Australia sets 80% vaccine target before it opens its borders

Australia will reopen its borders and end lockdowns when 80 percent of the population is fully vaccinated, Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed Friday, sketching a long road out of “Fortress …

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Greeks ditched from the Census: The Greek omission

Australian households will begin to receive instructions on how to fill out the 2021 Census next month, ahead of the 10 August census date. Held every five years by the …

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