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Rare Holden racer set to fetch record price at online auction

It is the second of 302 rare limited edition model built by Holden and it is set to break all records when it goes auction on Saturday. The car, a …

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Lockdown restrictions expected to ease in Victoria from Wednesday

Victoria noted 10 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, ahead of an expected easing of restrictions from 11.59pm Tuesday. Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews is expected to announce the reopening of …

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Government bill hopes to stop migrant worker exploitation, and the community is invited to give their input

In the 1970s, worker exploitation was rife in the rag and car manufacturing trades. But even these days, migrant workers desperate for a source of income are unlikely to raise …

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Yanitsas in top form to keep Canada out in Stingers’ dominant first-day display

Veteran Lea Yanitsas, 32, put on an outstanding goalkeeping display at the Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center to keep Canada from denting the Australian Stingers (women’s water polo team) lead …

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NSW records 145 cases as police continue to issue infringement notices to rulebreakers

Distressing COVID-19 figures climbed to 145 new cases in NSW on Monday, with 51 of the cases being in the community while infectious and another 25 in the community for …

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Erdogan hails Hagia Sophia’s conversion as its “resurrection”, and Turkey slams UNESCO’s criticism of this as “biased”

Greek diplomatic sources on Friday welcomed a statement by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee expressing regret over Turkey’s decision to convert Hagia Sophia and Chora Monastery into mosques, while Turkish …

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Victoria hopes to exit lockdown at midnight on Tuesday

Victoria’s lockdown ends at 11.59pm on Tuesday and there are hopes that the state will emerge from restrictions, with an announcement to be made either today or on Tuesday. Premier …

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Greek Orthodox Archdiocese – District of Northcote expands its welfare during lockdown

In response to Melbourne’s fifth lockdown due to the pandemic the welfare centre of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese – District of Northcote, has further expanded its welfare outreach. Being emboldened …

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Cases in Greece continue to rise as government contemplates mandatory jabs for certain sectors

Over the past few weeks Greece’s new COVID-19 cases per day have been ranging from over 2000 to 3,500 during tourist season. On Friday, Greece registered 2,854 new coronavirus infections …

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A Greek-Australian could be named Sydney’s best grocer

Greek-Australian Paul Moraitis, who operates as a grocer in Sydney, could soon achieve one of the highest accolades in his industry. His business, Kareela Grocer, in the region of Sutherland, …

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