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Hellsoc co-hosts ‘Dogs of Democracy’ film screening, uniting Greek youth with older generations

More than 60 guests made their way to the Cyprus Community Club in Stanmore to attend a screening of Mary Zournazi’s documentary, Dogs of Democracy on Wednesday night. Dr Zournazi, …

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Celebrating 43 years of Pontiaki Estia

The Pallaconian Brotherhood’s venue in Brunswick was full to the brim on Saturday, as people of all ages turned out to celebrate 43 years of Pontiaki Estia. Of course no …

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A priest’s heartfelt message of support to parents who are reluctant to take their children to church goes viral

When Adelaide-based Greek Orthodox priest, Father Michael Psaromatis, posted a heartfelt message to his parishioners last Friday letting them know that he is fully supportive and perfectly aware of their …

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Lecture on Britain in the Cyprus crisis of 1974

The Greek Community of Melbourne in collaboration with the LaTrobe University presents a special lecture entitled ‘From pragmatism to idealism to failure: Britain in the Cyprus crisis of 1974’, by …

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Pankoaki Brotherhood high tea raises funds for children with kidney disease

Members of the Pankoaki Brotherhood gathered over the weekend for a special high tea to raise funds for a worthy cause, Kidney Health Australia. The champagne was flowing, accompanying delicious …

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Hellenic Medical Society of Australia explores brain and pain connection

The Hellenic Medical Society of Australia (HMSA) recently hosted a medical educational evening for its professional members entitled ‘Brain and Pain’. Doctors from various specialities as well as general practitioners …

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Father and son get set to hit the road, raising funds for children with kidney disease

George Papadopoulos, committee member of Pankoaki Brotherhood and his son Nick will once again be taking part in the Kidney Kids Kar Rally to raise funds for Kidney Health Australia. …

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Multicultural Epirus: populations, languages and education during the last years of the Ottoman Empire

Dr Themistoklis Papadopoulos will present a lecture about multicultural Epirus during the last years of the Ottoman Empire, on Thursday 20 June, at the Greek Centre, as part of the …

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First Greek Australian woman appointed to superior court launches $100,000 scholarship in memory of her father

Queensland graduates will have the opportunity to pursue postgraduate studies at the world-renowned Cambridge University under a new scholarship program established by Justice Anthea Philippides, Judge of Appeal of the …

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Justice for Courtney Herron and more: Rally to end violence against women

ChangemakHER, a new movement for young female “change-makers”, are hosting a peaceful demonstration on 22 June to commemorate the death of Greek Australian Courtney (Konstandina) Herron. They are calling people …