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Bushfires spark emergency alerts in Victoria, Tasmania

Agency warnings have been issued for bushfires in western Victoria and central Tasmania, as worsening weather conditions fuel a “dynamic and dangerous” situation. Authorities are warning people to evacuate immediately …

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Greek PM Mitsotakis’ landmark visit to India: strengthening ancient bonds for a new partnership

Indian and Greek media have been buzzing over the landmark visit of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to India, marking the first official visit by a Greek PM in 16 …

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Young volunteers: The driving force behind this year’s Antipodes Festival

This year, Antipodes Festival is powered by the energy and enthusiasm of the new generation, as over 40 volunteers – mainly third-generation Greek Australians – have stepped up to help …

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New AI model tested in Greece predicts dangerous roads, potential for use worldwide

According to Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), the 12 months to January 31, the nation’s road toll climbed to 1,257, a 5.4 per cent increase on …

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Minister Christos Stylianides causes a stir with “Cyprus is half Turkish” comment

The Greek Cypriot Minister of Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy, Christos Stylianides, raised lots of eyebrows with a statement made in parliament on Tuesday evening wherein he said that “half …

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Greece announces fast-track visa for Turkish tourists to visit ten Greek islands

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has officially introduced a fast-track temporary visa for Turkish visitors to ten Greek Islands, as part of a strategy to fill the void left by …

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NSW Local Court’s Deputy Chief Magistrate recognised as a champion of Democracy and the rule of Law

Deputy Chief Magistrate Theo Tsavdaridis, whose tireless efforts in upholding the principles of Democracy and Justice have earned him the prestigious Protector of the Law award. Tsavdaridis presides over the …

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NSW government under fire for not honouring pre-election promise to support multicultural media

The NSW minister for multiculturalism and Greek-Australian, Steve Kamper faced a barrage of questions and seemed visibly under pressure during Tuesday’s budget estimates hearing in parliament. The minister, among other …

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Antipodes Festival: An event that “transcends the Greek community”

Antipodes Festival, a cornerstone of the Greek community, returns this weekend on February 25 and 26, at Lonsdale Street, promising another unforgettable experience filled with music, dance, and culinary delights. …

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Woolies CEO to step down as cost-of-living weighs heavy

Woolworths chief executive Brad Banducci will step down within months, but politicians say this will not stop supermarket giants from price gouging during a cost-of-living crisis. Mr Banducci will resign …

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