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Fronditha community care division passes Victorian commission audit

Fronditha Care’s Community Services division received a three-year accreditation after passing its first full assessment by Aged Care Quality and Service Commission earlier this month. The audit of the division …

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Daniel Andrews announces $1.3 billion for the expansion of the state’s intensive care units in Victoria

Daniel Andrews announced $1.3 billion for the growth of the state’s intensive care units in Victoria, the biggest expansion of Victoria’s intensive care capacity in the state’s history. Victoria’s Health …

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Australian Boxing champion gives stay-at-home exercising advice

Now that things in our daily lives have changed dramatically due to coronavirus, more people are searching for ways to ensure a sense of normality in their lives by holding …

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Teach your kids Greek… digitally

Schools and universities around the world are closing down due to the coronavirus pandemic as governments look at ways to spread the disease. But there’s no need for parents to …

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Let’s support restaurants struggling to survive

Many businesses around Australia face an uncertain future, especially the hospitality industry where it is estimated that 88,000 jobs have already gone and another 200,000 could disappear over the coming …

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65th Anniversary of the commencement of the EOKA struggle for Cyprus liberation

Today marks the 65th anniversary of the commencement of the EOKA struggle for the liberation of Cyprus and its Union with Greece which finally led to the creation of the …

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Coronavirus self-isolation laws to be kept indefinitely – even after vaccine is found

G20 leaders met to discuss coronavirus measures and found that the lockdown laws being put in place in different countries around the world have resulted in many positive results for …

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Who will pay for a chunk of the coronavirus crisis? Landlords, that’s who

As economists are bracing themselves for the next global depression on the back of the coronavirus crisis, Australian landlords are preparing to bear the fallout from the first economic tsounami …

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Moving Tokyo Olympics to 2021 not a disaster: Monash Uni academic

The flame was lit and the journey from Olympia to bring it to Japan had begun when Covid-19 took hold of the world and stopped just about everything in its …

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Greek aid group changing the world one smile at a time

From Haiti to Japan and from Afghanistan to Madagascar and Greece’s maximum security prisons, Greek non-governmental humanitarian organisation Heart Doctors have been trotting the globe, helping people in need, for …