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Greek community group fears Darwin church is “target” for fictitious COVID outbreak

An organisation drawn one of the largest Greek population groups in Darwin, the Kalymnian Brotherhood Darwin Inc, has sent a letter to the Northern Territories’ Chief Minister Michael Gunner calling …

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New COVID cases at 603 with one death and uproar in construction industry

The Victorian COVID numbers surpassed 600 for the first time in the latest outbreak. There were 603 local COVID cases recorded and one death. The news comes a day after …

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A courageous MS sufferer vies for top Business Award in Sydney

Remote working or online studying has become routine during COVID-19, but Greek-Australian Chrissy Symeonakis knows all too well what it is like to live and work from home. Since 2013, …

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Victoria records new COVID high with 567 cases and one death

Victoria’s COVID-19 cases rose to 567 new cases and one death  overnight, bringing active cases to 5,675 and a total of 12 deaths in the state from the current outbreak. …

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Applications now open for Multicultural Festival and Events grants

The next round of the Multicultural Festival and Events (MFE)Program opened today for community organisations to deliver COVID-safe events between January and June, next year. Applications for the funding will …

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Dan Andrews: “We are opening this state”

Sunday 19 September, the Premier of Victoria Dan Andrews released the state’s road map out of lockdown. “We are opening this place up, there is no alternative,” said Premier Andrews. …

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Research team lead by Dr Jim Vadolas develops viral gene therapy to treat beta thalassaemia

Immunohaematology researchers at the Hudson Institute led by Dr Jim Vadolas have developed a new gene therapy strategy to treat beta thalassaemia, an inherited disorder where the body doesn’t make …

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Australian Alumni Association of Cyprus presents the COVID-19 Australia-Cyprus Forum

The Australian Alumni Association of Cyprus is presenting  the COVID-19 Australia-Cyprus Forum in association with the Australian High Commission in Cyprus and The University of Cyprus. Focusing on the last …

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Australia to negotiate tax treaty with Greece

By 2023, Australia plans to expand its existing network of 45 bilateral tax treaties according to Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg. The government is looking into expanding its bilateral tax treaty …

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Victorians see lockdown ease but is that fast enough for business owners?

Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews, announced earlier today the first plans of the Roadmap to Deliver the National Plan, set to be revised again in November. Even though there is …

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