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Greece’s population is in decline

Greece’s population has been dropping since 2011, which was the first year when a negative birthrate was recorded since 1944. Obstetrician/gynaecologist Stefanos Chandakas, the founder and CEO of HOPEgenesis, a …

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Over $1million damage from the fire in the Greek Orthodox Church of the Nativity of Christ

The repair cost from the fire that ravaged the Greek Orthodox Church of the Nativity of Christ in the area of Port Adelaide last Friday is expected to exceed the …

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Greece swims its way up the ranks at European short-course championships

Greece was one of the major movers up the rankings at the 25th European Short Course Championships in Glasgow which finished yesterday. When the dust had settled on the competition …

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St Anna’s feast day… Happy Name Day to Anna, Annie and Hannah!

The feast day of St Anna is commemorated on 9 December. According to the tradition of the Church, Saint Anna was barren and she and her husband, Joacheim, remained childless …

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FokiaNou, a hub of Greek and foreign art fusion in Athens

FokiaNou is a breeding ground where new artistic concepts and ideas brew, by bringing together foreign artists (and expats) with Greek artists. This artist-run space, in the heart of Athens, …

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Greek police on manhunt for murderers of woman outside her holiday home

Greek police are investigating the murder of a woman on Sunday morning at Agios Theodoroi, a seaside town 12km east of Corinth. The attack took place outside the holiday house …

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Greece can’t keep him: 8-year-old math whizz heads abroad to get education he needs

Tasos Gerantidis, 8, a third-grader from Pella, a region in Macedonia, has managed to stun even experts with an IQ of 148.5. The young boy has expertise in mathematical calculations …

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Andreas Vazaios wins second gold medal in another record-breaking performance

Greek swimmer Andreas Vazaios, 25, won a second gold medal on Sunday evening at the 25th European Swimmin Pool Championship in Glasgow, Scotland. He broke a second national record in …

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It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas

After years of economic strain, there’s a crisp feeling of change in the air in Greece and the lights of opportunity are alight. The Athens capital has put on its …

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Diamataris gets medal from Archbishop Makarios, explains that he tried to resign from NY business interests

Former Greek deputy foreign minister Antonis Diamataris may have resigned as deputy minister within hours of arriving for an official visit to Australia, however he did not fail to meet …