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Deakin University Greek Society Ball takes off

The Deakin University Greek Society (DUGS) committee held its annual ball last Friday at the prestigious Vogue Ballroom. Over 350 students celebrated their Greekness and achievement with a lot of …

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Melbourne commemorates the 81st Anniversary of the Battle of Crete

The Committee of the Australian Hellenic Memorial Melbourne, commemorated the 81st Anniversary of the Battle of Crete, last Sunday, in memory to all those that served and died in Greece …

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Athenian Association recognises achievers from 2020/2021

The Athenian Association of NSW announced the winners of the Athenian Hellenic Achievement Award for 2020 and 2021 that were not received last year due to the COVID-19 restrictions. For …

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UTS Hellenic holds a talk for the 100-year anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe

The Greek students of our community have put their stamp in this year’s events for the commemoration of the 100 years since the Asia Minor Catastrophe, with a talk organised …

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Erdogan: “For me, there is no Mitsotakis”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday (local time) that he has no intention of ever meeting with Kyriakos Mitsotakis again, following the latter’s criticism of Turkey on his …

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Alphington Grammar defy council ruling citing safety concerns for students

The Yarra Council has notified Alphington Grammar School in Melbourne, that it has until 5pm, today, to remove the school’s entrance gates, which would allow anyone to walk and ride …

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Kalamata comes to Thornbury with laneway naming

Melbourne now has a new Greek landmark, after Darebin Council unanimously endorsed that an unnamed laneway in Thornbury become “Kalamata Place”. The currently unnamed Laneway is situated between 2 Gooch …

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FECCA’s Mary Patetsos congratulates Anthony Albanese for election victory

The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA), the peak national body representing multicultural and ethnic communities, has made a statement congratulating Prime Minister Anthony Albanese for forming Government. …

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Search for Christos Pittas scaled back, police search for Androklis, 94

Victoria Police have announced that they will be scaling back search efforts for Christos Pittas, 70 and shifting the focus of the search for him in the Dinner Plain area …

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‘Australians have voted for change’, says the country’s 31st Prime Minister

Anthony Albanese has been sworn in as Australia’s 31st Prime Minister at Government House in Canberra this morning alongside senior Labor frontbenchers before he heads to Tokyo for talks with …

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