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Australian  company  to buy 49% in HEDNO for 3.7 billion dollars, in biggest privatization in Greek history

Spear WTE Investments Sarl, a member of Australia’s Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets Group (MIRA), on Friday was declared the highest bidder in a tender to buy 49% of Hellenic …

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Victoria records 450 new virus cases as outbreaks in Melbourne’s north and west grow

Victoria has recorded 450 new COVID-19 cases, a big jump in the state’s infection numbers. The positive cases were detected from 42,765 test results and contact tracers have only been able to …

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ECHR refuses to halt mandatory jabs for healthcare staff in Greece, while fake vaccines increase

The European Court of Human Rights on Thursday declined a petition to order a temporary halt of mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 for healthcare personnel in Greece. A court announcement said …

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“We can’t even give our kids a cuddle after work,” say Sydney couple in the COVID frontline

Pathologist Frank Kostakis and Dr Penelope Aligiannis are not policy makers, academics or even public health professionals supported by state governments, but a Greek Australian couple working in the “hot …

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Greek Australian takes on new role as Executive Director of Business Sydney

Paul Nicolaou, known for his exceptional work as Director of the Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Business Leaders Council, has been appointed Executive Director of the influential business advocacy …

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ABC apologises to Archbishop Makarios

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has issued an apology to Archbishop Makarios following an article published on 16 April. At the time, a report by the ABC had claimed that a …

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Link up with Mikis Theodorakis fans from across the world to honour his memory

In his 96 years, Mikis Theodorakis created so many songs that spoke to the heart of the Greek people. He was an influential public figure fighting for a better world, …

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Mikis Theodorakis’ funeral: Greece farewells its great composer, laid to rest in Crete

Legendary composer Mikis Theodorakis was buried in his native Crete on Thursday, accompanied by friends and family singing his songs and playing his famous ‘Zorba the Greek’. Greek President Katerina …

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Former Liberal MP Julia Banks joins Climate 200

Former Liberal MP Julia Banks is joining Climate 200, stating that her collaboration in an advisory capacity was motivated by the need of significant action on climate change, integrity in …

Greeks beat high-flying Sweden and dare to hope for World Cup place

Greece pulled one out of the hat when they defeated the as-yet unbeaten Swedish team 2-1 in Athens and revive hopes of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar …

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