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Greek Australian drowned in the Yarra River after romantic rowboat date

An Adelaide man drowned in the early hours of Greek Orthodox Good Friday after his rowboat capsized on the Yarra River in Melbourne’s inner-east. George Voutsinas, 47, was standing on …

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Young Greek-Australian entrepreneurs are motivated to shape the future

If these young Greek-Australian movers, shakers and entrepreneurs are anything to go by, the future of the country is in very capable hands. These young people have visions that reach …

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Community revitalisation in Noble Park

Noble Park residents can look forward to improved streetscapes and a new local playground, thanks to the state government’s $500,000 investment in the Noble Park Revitalisation Project. Lee Tarlamis, member …

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Tanker ploughs into crowd at Southbank, injures five

Five people were injured after a tanker allegedly ploughed into a crowd of people standing on a Southbank pavement in Melbourne. The B-double tanker injured two of them critically. The …

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PAOK fullback Giannoulis not told of Liverpool’s interest

Former full back for Greek club PAOK Dimitris Giannoulis said he was not aware that Liverpool were interested in signing him when he joined Championship team Norwich City FC in …

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Vasilis Psarakos passed away surrounded by his loving family

“A single twig breaks, but a bundle of twigs is strong,” Vasilis Psarakos used to tell his children often as he tried to instill in them the value of family …

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Tsitsipas dominates to cruise to the third round of Madrid Open

On Wednesday evening Stefanos Tsitsipas showed his mastery on clay when he stormed past France’s Benoit Paire in the second round of the Mutua Madrid Open. The Frenchman, who played …

Demand for Greek-style coffee rises among Australia’s foodies

Everyone has been going on about the benefits of Greek diet but what is seldom mentioned is that Greek coffee itself has some amazing health benefits for the heart and …

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International travel unlikely for Australians until at least the end of 2022

The Federal government dealt a blow to Australians hoping for a speedy return to international travel. Australia’s Finance Minister Simon Birmingham warned that, despite the rollout of the vaccine, it …

Alex Lykos takes on 12 personas in his one-man play “Jawbone”

Thanks to COVID-19 the arts suffered more than most in 2020. It was a year of isolation and reflection and Sydney playwright, director/actor Alex Lykos used that time creatively and …

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