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Ark of the World lawyer accuses Church and government of “hating” Fr Antonios

The lawyer that took the case of Father Antonios Papanikolaou, to combat the allegations of systemic sexual, somatic and psychological abuse and allegations of money laundering, has finally spoken to …

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Bids for the construction of Thessaloniki’s Holocaust Museum to open in 2023

It has taken almost 10 years for the construction of the Thessaloniki Holocaust Museum to move forward following a memorandum of cooperation was signed in 2013 between the Thessaloniki municipality, …

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Images of a packed Fed Square seen by millions online

Thousands of excited Socceroos fans flooded Federation Square in the early morning hours of Sunday ahead of the World Cup match with Argentina. 15,000 thousand people gathered around the big …

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Fast track recognition for Australian university degrees in Greece

The Australian Embassy in Greece announced on Friday (local time) that degrees from 45 Australian universities can now be recognised in Greece with a much simpler process. The development aims …

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Head of British Museum held secret talks with Greek PM, officials to agree deal for Parthenon Marbles’ return

George Osborne, the chair of the British Museum, has been holding secret talks with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis over the last 13 months to negotiate the possible return of …

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Prolific author Antigone Kefala passes at age 92

Only a week after receiving the Patrick White award for her lifelong contribution to literature, minimalist, multilingual poet and author Antigone Kefala passed away on Friday. She was 92. She …

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Acropolis Museum gets festive

The Acropolis Museum will celebrate the festive season with family programs, evening gallery tours for adults, hidden stories of the exhibits, unique gifts, and festive meals at the restaurant. Christmas …

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Socceroos World Cup campaign ends against thrilling dual with Argentina

Lionel Messi produced a moment of trademark quality to score the opener in a 2-1 win over Australia and send Argentina into the quarter-finals of the World Cup on Sunday …

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Feta – it’s all in the name

The fight to call Australian Greek style sheep’ milk cheese feta will be taken to Europe when Trade Minister Don Farrell lands there for two-weeks with hopes to seal Australia’s …

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Prof. Itsiopoulos will reveal the benefits of the Mediterranean diet at FFTN AGM

Professor Catherine Itsiopoulos will be the guest of honour at the Food For Thought Network AGM on Sunday, 11 December, at 8pm. Members and friends of the Greek Australian Women’s …

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