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2,179 case numbers and six deaths in Victoria

A spike in infections came after several days of lower case tallies. Victoria’s new case numbers continue to sit over 2,000 for the second day with 2,179 new local case …

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Nikos Cakes shuts down for 24 hours after staff member tests positive to COVID-19

A staff member at Nikos Cakes, Oakleigh, has tested positive to COVID-19. Nick Poupouzas, owner of the beloved Greek cake shop and meeting place, told Neos Kosmos that the cake …

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Cypriots and Greeks cheer Kypreos’ win in first race at Kembla Grange

Kypreos’ win was a popular result for many punters on Thursday at the Kembla Grange Racecourse in Wollongong, New South Wales. Punters of Greek and Cypriot descent were cheering loudly …

Liquidators’ report claims Papas and Forum Group were acting fraudulently in 2013

Liquidators investigating the alleged $400 million bank fraud committed by Forum Group and its founder, Bill Papas, have claimed that the company may have acted in a similar way as …

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At least 25 Greek Australians dead due to COVID-19, and two Greek schools are in lockdown

Dozens of Greek-Australian families are suffering as a result of the pandemic with at least 23 deaths from within the Greek community, in addition to 150 deaths of Greek Australians …

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1,571 new cases in Victoria, 444 new cases in NSW, 51 in the ACT

New South Wales has recorded 444 new COVID-19 cases, while Victoria noted 1,571 new cases and one case acquired overseas. Sadly, four people died from COVID-19 in NSW and 13 …

Current Matildas’ players react to De Vanna allegations of “toxic” team culture

Members of the current Australian women’s football team, the Matildas, have issued a statement in response to recent allegations made by former player Lisa de Vanna of a “toxic culture” …

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Victoria records 1466 new COVID-19 cases and 360 for NSW, along with 13 deaths altogether

Victoria recorded 1466 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, and another eight deaths. Of these new cases, 122 were in regional Victoria and 36 in locked-down Mildura. The results came after …

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Family violence destroys children, their future, but also our own as a society

“It’s a cold winter’s night in Melbourne. Six-year-old Jenny (not her real name) cuddles up to her mum whilst they sit close together on the couch. They are not watching …

Peter Verveniotis forges a full life despite battle with Thalassaemia

As chair of the not-for-profit Thalassaemia and Sickle Cell Australia (TASCA), Peter Verveniotis knows a thing or two about the chronic genetic disorders that his organisation is dedicated to offering …

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