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‘Australia stands ready to support Greece’

During the recent horrific bushfires in Greece, Tassos Douvartzides, the Chairman of CLA, wrote to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, encouraging Australia to support Greece by sending firefighters and equipment to …

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Victoria records 1,993 new cases as teenager among seven deaths

Victoria has recorded 1,993 COVID-19 cases and seven deaths. The new infections were detected from 79,214 test results and bring the total number of active cases in the state to 21,647 COVID-19 …

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Experts’ warnings to Greek Australians as Delta strikes the community

The pandemic has struck the Greek-Australian community particularly hard, especially those living in Victoria. The second wave of the virus last year claimed the lives of 150 Melburnians of Greek …

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Sydney opens up its international borders on 1 November

Sydney will allow in fully vaccinated travellers from overseas from 1 November without the need for them to quarantine, it was announced on Friday. The restrictions will initially benefit vaccinated …

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Nikos Cakes opens for business following brief closure due to staff member testing positive to COVID-19

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

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Vaccine hub at St Dimitrios Church, Prahran

Following the success of the vaccine pop up at St Georges Church in Thornbury, the Greek Community of Melbourne will be launching another vaccination hub at St Dimitrios Church in …

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Greece and the US renew Mutual Defence and Cooperation Agreement

Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken signed the five-year upgraded renewal of the two countries’ Mutual Defense and Cooperation Agreement (MDCA) on Thursday. …

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Greek curfews to protect people from “Ballos” as extreme weather phenomenon sweeps through

Greece’s Climate Change and Civil Protection Minister Christos Stylianides announced the closure of all public services in Attica, where the Athens capital is located, on Friday. Giving a live briefing, …

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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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Nick Xenophon hints at a return to politics

Staying true to his reputation as a controversial and unpredictable, lawyer and former senator Nick Xenophon has hinted at a return to politics in the next elections. Mr Xenophon, who …

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