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Greek Australian couple on Kangaroo Island invite tourists to return to areas unaffected by fires

Con Belios and Helen Ioannou left their careers as a graphic designer and maths teacher in Melbourne to run the Kingscote Tourist Park on Kangaroo Island 12 years ago. “It …

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Greek Foreign Ministry says Turkey’s claims on Aegean island are “unfounded”

Turkey has officially disputed the sovereignty of several Greek islands in the Aegean with claims that their legal status has not been established. Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglou claimed that …

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Melbourne eatery launches limited-edition ‘Tsitsipas Souvlaki’ to raise money for bushfire victims

No need to smash an ace to contribute to the bushfire relief fundraising drive. For the duration of the Australian Open to 2 February, a Melbourne eatery will be donating …

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Greek Orthodox Church seeks to connect and empower the youth

The world has vastly changed in the last 50 years, let alone the past century. The issues that young people are facing and having to navigate today are different to …

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Greek Australian priest travels amidst the catastrophic fires to offer help to those in need

Watching Australia and its people experiencing one of the most devastating tragedies in the nation’s history, Greek Australian priest Michael Psaromatis, 34, felt the need to help where he was …

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Farmers ditching tobacco for stevia, a booming industry in Greece

With greater knowledge comes greater awareness, and that is certainly the case where sugar is concerned, with many opting for alternative sweeteners. In response to this movement, Greece has become …

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Peggy Antonakou announced as the new General Director for Google for Southeastern Europe

Peggy Antonakou is the new General Director for Google for the Southeastern European region, a role based in Greece. Ms Antonakou said that the “power of technology to change the …

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Greek PM nominates top judge Katerina Sakellaropoulou for post of President

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis named Katerina Sakellaropoulou as the conservative New Democracy government’s candidate for the post of the President of the Hellenic Republic, the nation’s highest position, even …

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Finally, rain in Australia… but it’s a ‘double edged sword’

Desperately needed rain is falling across the city of Melbourne after a day of smoke haze, however there are fears that the much-needed rain may be a ‘double edged sword’ …

Remembering Aboriginal Australians ahead of Australia Day

The Day of Mourning, a protest held by Aboriginal Australians on 26 January, first began in 1938. Since then, the anniversary of the arrival of the first fleet of British …