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‘We are the first who said that we’ll remove the level crossings and we did it’

“I’m not a champion of level crossings” Steve Dimopoulos says, when we start talking, but anyone following the Labor MP on Facebook may have a different view. For the past …

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New board for the Lemnian Community of Victoria

The Lemnian Community of Victoria elected a new committee on Sunday, at the organisation’s General Meeting. Two days later the new committee – consisting of eleven members: Penny Angelidis, Jim …

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Mikakos urges Hellenes to support Corbyn for return of Parthenon Marbles

Minister for Youth Affairs Jenny Mikakos MP is urging Greeks throughout the diaspora,particularly those living in Britain, to throw their support behind British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s push for the …

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Who killed the two Greek-Australian boys in Greece?

The report, issued by district attorney Panagiotis Angelopoulos in 1999 and handed over to the Karalis family in Melbourne only recently, is clear: “from the depositions of the witnesses and …

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Greek Australian travellers ‘crashed’

Many Greek Australians might be faced with a hard landing even before they board the plane to the motherland this year. Anyone planning to travel to Greece with an Australian …

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Greek Australian man found dead in cell after being charged over $20 million cocaine bust

Dimitrios Mavris was found dead in his cell at Surry Hills police station less than 48 hours after being arrested over allegedly importing 59 kilograms of cocaine – $20 million …

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The dark side of the taxi-Uber feud: online death threats

On Friday 18 May, Neos Kosmos reported on Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan’s claims that she was threatened over taxi reforms. Throughout the reform process, Ms Allan revealed in a …

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A sparkie in the Senate

“But what is politics then if not to give both parts the chance to compromise themselves,” the cynical and reactionary Naphta asks the progressive and enlightened Settembrini in one of …

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Nominate your diversity heroes for Victoria’s 2018 Multicultural Awards for Excellence

Nominations for Victoria’s 2018 Multicultural Awards for Excellence are now open to find the state’s next diversity heroes. Now in their 17th year, the awards are coordinated by the Victorian …

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Cr Mary Lalios: ‘No-one is banning gendered toys or books from our schools and libraries’

It all started with a story in The Herald Sun earlier this week claiming that “Victorian councils are auditing libraries, schools and kindergartens and urging a ban on the terms …