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Panagiotis Apostolopoulos distributes clothes, food and care to those in need

As night falls over Melbourne CBD, two contrasting worlds converge under the shelters of the Victoria Market: those who contribute and those who receive. The common denominator is love. During …

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Dr. Helen Arabatzis: The Aussie-born dentist making Greeks proud internationally

Dr. Helen Arabatzis, has not only achieved remarkable success in her field but has also become a source of pride for the Greek community. Her story is one of dedication, …

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Police powers bolstered as terror attack probe widens

A knife attack at a western Sydney church that hospitalised two clergymen is being treated as a terrorist act, granting police expansive powers as they probe the city’s second mass …

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Paris 2024 Games flame to be lit in ancient Olympia

The sacred flame for the Paris 2024 Olympics is to be lit Tuesday in ancient Olympia, birthplace of the ancient Games, for an epic torch relay stretching from the Acropolis …

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Greek conservatives put jailed Albania mayor-elect on EU ticket

Greece’s ruling conservative party on Monday put on its list for June’s European Parliament elections a jailed ethnic Greek mayor-elect in Albania whose case has strained relations with Tirana. Fredi …

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Terrorism probe after clergy stabbed at Sydney church

A knife attack at a western Sydney church that left two clergymen in hospital is being treated as a terrorist act. A 15-year-old boy is in custody on Tuesday after …

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‘Two Homelands’ – an upcoming documentary on the Cypriot migrant experience to Australia

Documentary maker Kay Pavlou is set to unveil her latest project this coming July in line with the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, spreading a positive image …

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50 Years of USYD’s Modern Greek Department: a celebration of the past and a look to the future

The Department of Modern Greek and Byzantine Studies at the University of Sydney was in focus on the weekend in honour of its 50th anniversary, highlighting past and present voices …

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Lehrmann ‘reckless’ when raping Higgins, judge says

Bruce Lehrmann was indifferent to whether a drunk Brittany Higgins consented or not before he raped her on a senator’s couch at Parliament House, a judge has found. The findings …

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‘Obvious’ that Bondi attacker targeted women: police

Investigators are combing through the background of a man who killed six people in a mass stabbing at a Sydney shopping centre in an attempt to work out why he …

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