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Tsitsipas: ‘Aussie Greeks are the proudest people I know’

It’s been only a few days since Stefanos Tsitsipas arrived in Australia, but the World No. 6 is already watering the seeds of Tsitsipomania once again in the hearts of …

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Greek Australian in Adelaide duo charged over ‘significant’ drug bust

Two Adelaide men, Andreas Alexander Erotocritou, 33, and 22-year-old Pierre Georges faced court on Friday charged with trafficking a controlled drug, and two counts of trafficking in a commercial quantity …

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Democritus’ poster on 1821 anniversary attracts early comments

Melbourne-based community group, Democritus Worker’s League, uploaded a poster-commentary on social media on the occasion of this year’s 200th anniversary of the Greek revolution. The pictured artwork, bearing the inscription …

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Maria Sakkari one of 47 Australian Open players in hotel quarantine

Three COVID-19 positive cases were found across two Australian Open charter flights from Los Angeles and Abu Dhabi on Friday morning. As a result, more than 120 officials, coaches and …

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Greek Australians among hundreds stranded after Emirates dropped bombshell announcement

Concern has spread among Australians wanting to repatriate, after Emirates abruptly suspended flights to and from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane for the foreseeable future. The announcement was made on Friday evening, …

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Greek Australians have second highest longevity in the world, says Dr Norman Swan

A new health book is expected to reveal evidence supporting that Greek Australians are among those living longest lives on the planet. Author Dr Norman Swan brought up the example …

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Greek, American and Cypriot joint military exercises are underway in Crete

Special Forces from Greece, Cyprus and the United States are currently engaged in joint military exercises on the North West coast of Crete. The exercises are underway and coordinated from …

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Elite tennis players granted entry to Victoria as thousands of residents remain stranded abroad and interstate

The Victorian government has been accused of double standards in its border policy ahead of the Australian Open allowing tennis players to enter the state despite the fact that there …

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Return to the CBD: Melburnians slowly return to their desks, small business will continue to suffer

Victoria’s return to work plans will resume from Monday while mask rules will also be eased. Plans for the return of 50 per cent of Melbourne’s private sector and 25 …

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Register to vote in the next Greek elections

Greek citizens living abroad have always had the right to vote in Greek elections according to the country’s constitution, but up until recently they have only been able to exercise …

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