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Greek Australian lawyers host conference in Rhodes

Over 400 delegates and other members of the international legal community gathered on the island of Rhodes in order to participate in the inaugural International legal conference hosted by the …

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World-class athletes set to appear at the 6th Navarino Challenge

Even greater challenges, more awards and even more star athletes are awaiting those who attend this year’s Navarino Challenge event to be held at Messinia and Costa Navarino. The annual …

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When in Paros, join the Marpissa Festival

The Routes in Marpissa Festival is a three-day annual event that takes place at the Marpissa settlement on the island of Paros. Now in its ninth consecutive year, it will be  held on …

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Air traffic increases in Greece while cruise sector plummets

According to data collected in the first half of 2018, passenger traffic in Greece is witnessing an all-time rise having increased by 45 per cent over the past four years. …

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Vamvakinou: ‘If people can’t find work then there’s something wrong’

The link between settlement and employment was discussed last week at the roundtable hosted by Federal member for Calwell, Maria Vamvakinou MP, the Shadow Minister for Multicultural Australia and Citizenship, Tony …

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Tsitsipas knocked out from Wimbledon

Stephanos Tsitsipas will not be progressing any further in this year’s Wimbledon competition as he has been disqualified by John Isner in the fourth round. The American won the game …

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‘We have to produce locally, but think globally’

It’s been four years since Wines of Greece, the association representing the country’s winemakers and vine growers, first organised a deployment in Australia, and each year has been more encouraging …

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Zero or low inheritance tax for the immediate family in Greece

Taxes have gone up for the average Greek in the last decade, due to the economic and social crisis. Inheritance taxes, however, have dropped significantly since 2010, mainly for the …

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ECCV responds to the Minister for Citizenship’s article on English language for migrants

Last week, Neos Kosmos published an article by the Hon Alan Tudge MP, in which the federal Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs argued on the contribution of the English …

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State-funded language program to be rolled out in Victorian kindergartens

Preschoolers across Victoria will have the opportunity to learn a language other than English, starting from term one 2019, as part of a state-funded initiative. Marking an Australian first, the …