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Greek Australian doctor helps restore cancer patient’s jaw using 3D printed mandible

Anelia Myburgh, a 31-year-old woman from Melbourne who lost most over her upper jaw and teeth to cancer has been offered a second chance in life thanks to Maxillofacial Surgeon George Dimitroulis, …

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Celebrate all things Greek at the Semaphore Greek Festival

South Australia may be oceans away from Greece, but nothing is more Greek than a festival in the middle of summer by the water. We’re of course talking about the …

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Christmas spirits are high at the Kazzie Club

As Christmas fast approaches, the Kastellorizian Association of Victoria (KAV) hosted its Christmas party. There was a great turnout for the annual event, which took place at Phoenix Park Community …

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Christmas comes early for the Pankoaki Brotherhood of Melbourne

Santa was in Northcote this weekend, paying an early visit to the Pankoaki Brotherhood of Melbourne ‘O Ippocratis’. To get everyone into the festive spirit, children sang Christmas carols, entertaining …

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Wages drop as people struggle to pay their bills in Greece

Things in Greece don’t seem to be improving when it comes to the financial difficulties of the citizens, despite the optimism from the side of the Government. The numbers are …

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How Julia Banks became Scott Morrison’s worst nightmare

Still reeling from the devastating results of last week’s Victorian election, the Liberal party suffered a second blow this week, this time by one of its own federal MPs, as …

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Varoufakis turns to German politics

Yanis Varoufakis’ influence on the financial situation of Greece may have been viewed as mostly negative, however that doesn’t seem to stop him from pursuing his ideals. On Sunday, he …

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Greek Australian teenager ‘takes over’ the Australian Federal Parliament

Australia’s youngest CEO and social media entrepreneur, Ali Kitinas, was one of the young women that ‘took over’ the office of Federal Parliament last Wednesday to discuss with Ministers and …

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Gaining professional experience in Australia

Despina Arvanitaki spent her first month in Australia crying. “I had just realised what I had done; I had come to a country where I was alone, I couldn’t find …

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Discovering the Greeks in the heart of the American ‘South’

Last August my family and I packed our bags and left Chicago, the anchor of the American Midwest, for South Carolina, the heart of the American South. The ‘South’ conjures …