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The Ionian Islands Federation of Melbourne commemorates the 160th anniversary of the Unification of the Ionian Islands with Greece

The 160th anniversary of the Ionian Islands’ union with Greece was celebrated last Sunday by the Federation of the Ionian Islands of Melbourne. The event began with a religious service …

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Melbourne commemorates the 83rd Anniversary of the Battle of Crete

Melbourne becomes the focal point of the 83rd anniversary of the Battle of Crete commemorations this week in a series of events organised by the Cretan Federation of Australia and …

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Stranded family in New Caledonia desperate to return home amidst major unrest

Yesterday, Neos Kosmos spoke to Loukas Nitsas, who arrived in New Caledonia with his young family two days before the island became engulfed by deadly violence. The family is stranded …

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Unknown strain of bird flu detected at Vic egg farm

Bird flu has been detected at a Victorian egg farm, plunging it into lockdown as authorities urgently investigate the strain. Agriculture Victoria says it is investigating a number of poultry …

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Minister of Interior inaugurates ‘The Caf’ at Oakleigh Grammar School

Oakleigh Grammar unveiled its new entertainment and relaxation space, ‘The Caf’, on Tuesday 21 May. Since its soft opening in February, ‘The Caf’ has quickly become a popular hangout for …

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Seminar on Greek poet Tasos Leivaditis to be held next week

The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) will host a free seminar titled “Tasos Leivaditis: Poet of Revolutions and Sunsets” next week. The talk about the Greek poet will be held …

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Exhibition highlights shared Greek heritage from Pontus, Asia Minor and Cyprus

An exhibition offering a virtual tour of the shared history and culture of Greeks from Cyprus, Pontus, and Asia Minor has opened in Oakleigh to commemorate the Pontian Genocide. The …

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Greek court drops charges in migrant shipwreck case

A Greek court on Tuesday dropped charges against nine Egyptians over one of the Mediterranean’s worst migrant shipwrecks in which rights groups said they had been made scapegoats for the …

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Head of 2100-year-old Greek statue of Hygieia found in Turkey

The head of a 2100-year-old statue of the Greek goddess of health Hygieia, was found in the ancient city of Laodikeia, modern day Pamukkale, Denizli in Turkey. The excavations are …

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Trial opens in Greece over migrant tragedy

The trial of nine accused smugglers opened in Greece on Tuesday, nearly a year after a migrant trawler with hundreds on board sank off the country’s coast, in one of …

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