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Consensus in education industry as vaccinations are mandated for Victoria’s teachers

Amid chaos, with construction workers protesting against mandatory vaccines, Victorian teachers and childcare workers are the latest sector facing compulsory COVID-19 vaccinations before they return to work next month. Government …

Businesses want more clarity about the way out of COVID lockdown in Victoria

Fotini Kypraios, Chair of Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc (Victoria) (HACCI): I think as much as the government is trying to open up safely more could be …

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628 new cases for Victoria, three deaths, and mandatory vaccines for educators

Amid mass protests by construction workers, Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews is preparing to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for teachers and early-childhood educators. Education Minister James Merlino on Wednesday announced all staff …

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Athens-Istanbul: A meeting of two mayors at the Acropolis

Athens Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis and visiting Istanbul Mayor Ekrem Imamoglu toured the Parthenon and Athena Nike temples at the Acropolis on Tuesday. During their visit to the archaeological site, they …

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Greek community presses the issue of a Double Taxation Agreement

The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) has long acknowledged that fairness in taxation and reducing the tax burden is essential for any Greek Australian wishing to invest in Greece. The …

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Large earthquake felt around Melbourne, damage currently being surveyed

An earthquake rocked Melbourne at 9.15am Wednesday. The Victorian State Emergency Service (SES) reports that the magnitude 6.0 earthquake occurred with an epicentre near Mansfield in Victoria. People around Melbourne …

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Australia delivers partner programme, the largest in over 25 years

The Government has delivered the 2020-21 Migration Program, including the largest Partner Program in over 25 years by processing in excess of 72,000 places for couples seeking to reunite. The …

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Archbishop Makarios does not want to separate people into “vaccinated and unvaccinated”

Archbishop Makarios of Australia issued a pastoral letter to clergy calling for the Greek Orthodox community not to be divided into “vaccinated and unvaccinated”. The letter comes in the aftermath …

Greek community group fears Darwin church is “target” for fictitious COVID outbreak

An organisation drawn one of the largest Greek population groups in Darwin, the Kalymnian Brotherhood Darwin Inc, has sent a letter to the Northern Territories’ Chief Minister Michael Gunner calling …

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New COVID cases at 603 with one death and uproar in construction industry

The Victorian COVID numbers surpassed 600 for the first time in the latest outbreak. There were 603 local COVID cases recorded and one death. The news comes a day after …

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