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SA govt defends phone ban in high schools

A ban on mobile phones in South Australian high schools will make it easier for students to focus on learning while also helping to cut bullying and harassment, Education Minister …

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Urgent preliminary inquiry ordered into allegations of police corruption in ‘Vima’ article

Supreme Court Prosecutor Isidoros Dogiakos ordered an urgent preliminary inquiry into the claims of an article run by the newspaper “Vima on Sunday”, regarding alleged dialogue and contact between high-ranking …

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Hundreds of Greek Australians attend Transfiguration of Our Lord Thomastown paniyiri

Hundreds of Greek Australians attended the annual summer festival at the Transfiguration of Our Lord Thomastown Church Parish, held on Sunday, 29 January. Speaking to Neos Kosmos former Whittlesea Mayor …

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Pharos: Revitalising Modern Greek in Victoria and Australia

Over the past six years the Modern Greek Teachers’ Association of Victoria (MGTAV) has led an initiative to investigate the state of teaching and learning of Modern Greek in Victoria. …

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Tsitsipas vs Djokovic: Greek community expected en masse at Australian Open decider

The countdown is on for tonight’s Australian Open single men’s final, a decider like no other for both contenders. It also comes with unique significance for the Greek community in …

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Pronia ‘proud to be associated with’ Justice Emilios Kyrou AO

Following the release of the Australia Day 2023 Honours List, Greek welfare provider PRONIA issued a statement congratulating their Patron Justice Emilios Kyrou for his appointment as Officer of the …

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NSW premier stares down election strife

A young, first-term premier trying to reform the housing market and tackle gambling harm could usually expect a rosy path to re-election. But rising living costs, political scandal and a …

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Greek government shrugs off wiretap scandal vote

Greece’s government on Friday easily survived a no-confidence vote called by the opposition over a long-running wiretap scandal in which top officials were targeted by state intelligence for months. The …

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Sydneysiders celebrate Greek culture at Paniyiri festival

Hundreds of Greeks gathered yesterday at the Addison Road Community Centre in the Sydney suburb of Marrickville to celebrate this year’s Paniyiri festival. The event is part of a series …

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Grandmother allegedly carjacked at knifepoint in Frankston shopping centre car park

Melbourne grandmother Mary Tetradi says she’s forgiven the man who allegedly abducted her at knifepoint during a carjacking on Tuesday afternoon. The 74-year-old was loading groceries into her car at …

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