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Crews to keep watch over fire ahead of more danger

Firefighters will keep a close eye on a massive blaze in Victoria’s west as investigators look into the cause of another fire. The more than 22,000-hectare Bayindeen fire, west of …

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Greece adopts contested coastal development law

Greece’s parliament passed a controversial coastal development bill on Thursday despite concerns from NGOs and left-wing politicians that it threatened the country’s beaches. Last week, eight environmental organisations, including the …

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Chris Taylor: We are going to be a tough team to beat

Currently occupying the top positions on the table, the Greek clubs have started the new season in the best way possible. It appears that they will have to fight through …

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Australian tourists aid Greek tourism to propel to record highs

Australian visitors have contributed significantly to Greece’s economy in recent years. According to data from the Bank of Greece (BoG) on the tourism balance of payments, Greek tourism “took off” …

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Sts Anargiroi in Oakleigh celebrates Apokries with traditional activities

Sts Anargiroi Greek School in Oakleigh, recently embraced the Carnival season with traditional flair, hosting a variety of festive activities. Students, teachers, and parents came together to create carnival masks …

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Odysseus moon lander hailed a success by officials

Odysseus, the first US spacecraft to land on the moon in half a century, neared a mission-ending slumber on Wednesday, six days after a lopsided touchdown that hindered its operation, …

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Eating ultra-processed foods raises death risk: study

Eating a lot of ultra-processed foods (UPFs) such as sugary cereals, ready meals and fizzy drinks has been linked to poor mental health and a greater risk of dying from …

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Only 72 Greeks from Australia and New Zealand have registered for Postal Vote

The first few weeks have seen a minimal number of registrations from Greeks in Australia and New Zealand to participate in the upcoming European elections, with only 72 people having …

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Bushfire treated as suspicious after tense fire fights

A fast-moving blaze that threatened more than 100 homes during extreme fire conditions in Victoria’s west is being treated as suspicious. The fire at Dereel, about 30km south of Ballarat, …

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Basil Zempilas set be elected to Liberal’s Churchlands seat without competition

Perth Lord Mayor and TV presenter Basil Zempilas is set to be elected as the WA Liberal candidate in Churchlands without any competition. According to the ABC, nobody will contest …

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