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Beloved expatriate Philia Polites passes away

We are saddened to learn of the loss of another prominent figure in our community, the beloved Philia Polites. Ms Polites who was known for her great and long-term social …

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Migrants, Mikakos, hotel sex and ‘super spreaders’ in scramble to find a ‘scapegoat’

The return to Stage Three restrictions for 10 postcodes in Victoria, and 66 new cases of COVID-19 recorded on Friday morning, has speculators scrambling to find a scapegoat. Accusations are …

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Army experiences helped to crystallise Alick Jackomos’ lifelong stance for Aboriginal rights

In the wake of the Black LivesMatter campaign, it is worth remembering the contribution of a Greek campaigner for Aboriginal rights, Alick Jackomos, who grew up in pre-war Melbourne and …

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SA Best MP Connie Bonaros speaks up in Parliament over the impact assault has had on her

The equal opportunity amendment bill was discussed at South Australia’s Parliament on Thursday. South Australian Best MP Connie Bonaros spoke up in Parliament, in an emotional address, where she referred …

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Greek businesses in lockdown feel the strain

It has just been a matter of weeks since local businesses in Melbourne were able to open their doors after a three month Stage-3 lockdown. This week some parts of …

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Mayor Papafotiou calls for task force to respond to new lockdown measures

The Mayor of Brimbank Councillor Georgina Papafotiou said that she had requested that the state government joined with local authorities to develop a task force to address specific issues in …

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Orkopoulos to plead not guilty to alleged parole breaches

Disgraced former NSW Labor politician Milton Orkopoulos, a convicted pedophile, will plead not guilty to charges that he breached parole conditions when he allegedly contacted a relative, created an Instagram …

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South Australian Magistrate arrested and charged

A respected South Australian magistrate was arrested and charged with a number of offences following an investigation by the Independent Commissioner against Corruption (‘ICAC’). In a statement released 29 June …

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Melbourne wakes up to COVID-19 division

From today, more than 300,000 Melburnians have been forced back to Stage Three restrictions as Victoria struggles to contain the spike in coronavirus cases. On Wednesday, Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews …

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Seven Greek Orthodox Churches shut down in Melbourne due to COVID-19

The shutting down of 10 postcodes across Melbourne due to COVID-19 outbreaks has lead to the closure of various churches around the area for the sake of public health. In …