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Greek Australian publisher Theodore Skalkos dead, aged 87

Theodore Skalkos, the publisher of The Greek Herald  had a stroke on Tuesday. He was rushed to the hospital and died soon after. Mr Skalkos had played a pivotal role …

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Council of Europe denounces Greece in damning report on conditions in migrant camps

Greece has often been denounced for the “inhumane and degrading” conditions of migrant camps, and the latest report by the European Committee’s Prevention of Torture (CPT) is as damning as …

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Immigrants are not welcome worldwide, and Greece tops the list

At a time when international mobility is hitting record highs, few countries around the world have stated that they want more immigration. The Pew Research Centre, a non-partisan fact tank, surveyed …

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Ode to the Greek language in Australian Parliament [VIDEO]

“The Greek language is the Queen of all languages.” These are the words that federal MP Steve Georganas used during his speech on the importance of the Greek language last …

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Norwegian Air announces Athens-New York flights for $159

Norwegian Air’s new summer deals are very cheap with tickets starting at $159 for a one-way flight from Athens International Airport to the John F. Kennedy International Airport. The low …

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Prince Charles welcomes students to St James Palace in perfect Greek

“I am so pleased to be able to welcome you all to St James’s Palace this afternoon,” said Prince Charles, in perfect Greek, at an event held in London last …

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Greek lovers did not rise to the occasion on Valentine’s Day

Much ado has been made of Greek lovers, however they did not rise to the occasion on Valentine’s Day. The feast may have been enthusiastically celebrated around the world, but …

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Cr Mary Lalios: ‘Our recycling industry is in a volatile position’

The Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) is calling for consideration to be given to greater State Government oversight of the recycling industry amid today’s notice by the Environment Protection Authority …

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Condolences for Greek Australian “Baker of Kos” who gave bread to refugees

Dionissis Arvanitakis, a Greek baker who shot to the public spotlight when he provided free bread to refugees upon their arrival to the island of Kos, died on Saturday morning, …

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InSETE reports 7 per cent drop in air seats to Greece

Airlines are planning to offer less seats on flights to Greece in 2019, according to data gathered up until 31 January. A report by the Institute of the Greek Tourism …