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Change of guard from Morrison to Albanese, but this is no clean-cut Labor win

Anthony Albanese is set to become Australia’s new Prime Minister, following an action-packed 2022 federal election night, with key Liberal strongholds lost to teal independents and the Greens on track …

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Labor set to form government

Australia is set to have a Labor government lead by Anthony Albanese as Australia’s 31st Prime Minister – possibly a minority government. A new third force has emerged, the teals. …

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Message from Archbishop Makarios for the 81st Anniversary of the Battle of Crete

My dearly beloved fellow Cretans, It is with deep pride and great spiritual joy that I have the opportunity of communicating with you on the occasion of the 81st anniversary …

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Scott Morrison for the Battle of Crete

In May 1941 Australian, New Zealand, British and Greek soldiers stood shoulder to shoulder with the Cretan people to defend their island from invasion. Vastly outnumbered and facing an enemy …

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Exhibition celebrating Crete’s role in 1821 opens in Melbourne

In the presence of the members of the delegation of the Ministry of National Defence and the Region of Crete, the opening of the exhibition The Contribution of Crete in …

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Greek Australians are winners regardless of who gets elected

A quick pencil and paper tally reveals that around $25 million has been pledged by both the Coalition government and the Labor Party to Greek Australian organisations. The Greek Community …

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Two Co-Presidents elected for 2022-23 for the first time in NUGAS history

The annual AGM to elect the 2022/23 committee was held on Monday 4 May on the 54th anniversary of NUGAS. After two years of the event being held online due …

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Tireless community stalwart Margaret Moraitis OAM passes away

The Greek community of Melbourne are mourning the death of tireless community worker and pioneer Margaret Moraitis OAM, 85, a former president of community welfare organisation PRONIA and who in …

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Labor pledges $200,000 towards new Oakleigh Grammar cafetaria

If elected, Labor will commit to funding $200,000 towards the building of a cafetaria at Oakleigh Grammar, announced Clare O’Neil the member for Hotham. In a statement from her office, …

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Landmark talks on the Parthenon Sculptures to begin between the UK and Greece

Formal talks are being planned between Greece and the United Kingdom, regarding the potential repatriation of the Parthenon Sculptures from the British Museum, where they have been since 1816 to …

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