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The hidden influence of Pontian culture on classical music and opera

Many of us hold stereotypical views about Pontians and their rich culture. However, the power of Pontian songs is profound, offering endless inspiration to artists across all musical genres. We’ve …

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Archbishop welcomes Greek defence delegation to Sydney for Battle of Crete anniversary

Greek officers from the delegation of the Hellenic National Defence General Staff (ΓΕΕΘΑ) were welcomed by Archbishop Makarios of Australia at the Holy Archdiocese headquarters in Sydney on Friday. The …

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Greek and multicultural experts respond to Federal Budget

Energy rebates, cheaper medicines, extra assistance for renters, tax cuts and a budget surplus of $9.3 billion were key features of the federal budget delivered by Treasurer Dr Chalmers last …

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Greece, Cyprus and other EU nations call for new agreements on migration issue

Greece and Cyprus are among the majority of EU member nations calling for more partnerships to tackle migration. The 15 EU members want more agreements with countries where migrants depart …

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Mitsotakis responds to Mickoski’s Prespa Agreement challenge over North Macedonia name

The latest challenge to the 2018 Prespa Agreement has sparked a nationalist flare-up in North Macedonia. Just days after newly elected President Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova omitted “North” from her oath of …

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Greece’s oldest known woman in Crete dies 119

Greece’s oldest known woman, Eleni Baroulaki, passed away on Tuesday May 14 at the age of 119 on the island of Crete. According to Kathimerini, Baroulaki was born in 1905 …

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Dutton pledges to slash migration to fix housing crisis

Peter Dutton has promised to slash the annual migration rate to 140,000 and cut back international student numbers to address the nation’s housing crisis if elected next year. In his …

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Greece migrant boat disaster suspects are ‘scapegoats’, lawyers say

Nine Egyptians on trial for a shipwreck off the Greek coast that cost the lives of some 600 migrants last year are scapegoats to deflect the blame from the Greek …

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Same-sex book ban reversal ‘a rejection of culture war’

A western Sydney community rejected discrimination when its council overturned a library ban on a kids’ book discussing same-sex parenting, advocates say. Ahead of Friday, which marks the International Day …

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All Saints Grammar in Sydney commemorate Battle of Crete with Hellenic National Defence Force

On Wednesday May 15, a delegation from the Hellenic National Defence Force visited All Saints Grammar School in Belmore, Sydney to commemorate the 83rd Anniversary of the Battle of Crete. …

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