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Abandoned cars removed from Athens streets

The Municipality of Athens has removed and destroyed over 3,150 abandoned cars and 2,500 motorcycles from the city’s streets since September 2019. The vehicles are then recycled so that their …

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Leaked case file reveals Greek charity Ark of the World under investigation over sexual abuse, beating and negligence allegations

Children’s charity Ark of the World (Kivotos tou Kosmou) issued a statement on Thursday (Greece time) saying it had no knowledge of allegations of child sexual abuse in one of …

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NSW Premier commits to $9.9 million funding boost towards community language schools

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has announced a $9.9 million funding boost to support NSW languages schools across the state. Eight out of 10 of community languages schools hold their classes …

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Hellenic Medical Diaspora World Congress concludes

The Hellenic Medical Diaspora World Congress 2022, which was organised by the Hellenic Medical Society of Australia (HMSA) and the Global Doctors’ Hippocratic Institute concluded their proceedings on Saturday 19 …

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Papastegiadis confirms EOT tourism office to be established in Melbourne

The establishment of an Hellenic Tourism Organization (EOT) office in Melbourne appears one step closer following an announcement at the weekend’s Hellenic Medical Society Congress. Speaking to Neos Kosmos in …

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Greece narrowly escapes defeat in Malta

Greece’s national team underperformed in Malta in a friendly game on Thursday (Greece time) escaping defeat with a 2-2 result, through a late equalizer by DC United’s Taxi Fountas. Manager …

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NSW’s university students honour the 49th anniversary of the Athens Polytechnic Uprising

The Combined Universities Greek Association (CUGA) commemorated the 49th anniversary of the Athens Polytechnic uprising, hosting a standalone event dedicated to the protest for the first time in three years. …

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Fifa World Cup 2022 kicks off on Monday

With the spotlight being turned on Qatar’s poor human rights record, mistreatment of migrant workers and discriminatory laws, the World Cup kicking off on Monday 21 November has become the …

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Another recognition honours Celtic coach Ange Postecoglou

Ange Postecoglou has been recognised with the highest honour, for his outstanding contribution to Australian football as one of six inductees into Football Australia’s Hall of Fame. The Greek Australian …

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New food labelling system for Troodos mountain producers

The Cyprus Institute has introduced the first fruit and vegetables quality labelling system branded Mountain Agriculture Troodos. The institute says that the products, available at the new Mikropolis supermarkets in …

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