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Mitsotakis urges people in Thessaloniki to get vaccinated

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited Central Macedonia on the weekend, urging people to get the coronavirus vaccine as soon as it is made available. Thessaloniki has seen a rapid …

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Greece hits record number of coronavirus deaths in one day

According to local authorities, the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Greece sits at 103,034. Greek authorities announced a record 121 deaths only over the past 24 hours. Since …

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Greek Australian mum accuses Sydney school for mistreating her autistic son

An investigation is underway following revelations that a Sydney school installed outside locks on rooms for students who misbehave. The story came to light after Katerina Ferekos, whose seven-year-old son …

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Archbishop Makarios takes action to help Greek Studies

Yesterday, Archbishop Makarios met with the Committee for the Support of the Modern Greek Studies Program at LaTrobe University in Melbourne. He provided a blessing for its endeavours and having …

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Melbourne council hopes to make the city smoke-free by 2025

A Melbourne council ban on smoking hopes to make the city smoke-free by 2025. A discussion paper would see the ban implemented in most public spaces and council-run events. The …

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Keeping Greek alive at La Trobe University: Meetings and consultations

La Trobe University’s (LTU) proposal to scrap the Greek Studies program from 2022 as part of efforts to reduce a dozen disciplines in the arts and education has mobilised the …

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Greece’s PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis invites Greeks abroad to work from ‘home’

“At a time when you can work from anywhere in the world, why not work based in Greece?” Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Friday, during an online discussion …

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Greek COVID-19 cases continue to remain high, 101 deaths in 24 hours

Authorities said during a live briefing on Friday that despite a drop in daily rates of infection in Greece’s two largest cities, Athens and Thessaloniki, to under 400 and under …

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PRONIA shares the triumphs of 2020 whilst welcoming new board members

On Thursday PRONIA held their annual general meeting online, whilst elections were held for the election of new members of the board. After 25 years of service Nikolaos Katris, stepped …

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Continued efforts to keep Greek Studies at La Trobe University: An update

The battle to keep Greek studies at La Trobe University is still up in the air with continued efforts to keep the program going. Dozens of letters have been sent …

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