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Music composer ‘Vangelis’ Papathanasiou dies aged 79

Born Evángelos Odysséas Papathanassíou in 1943, Vangelis died in a hospital in France where he was being treated for COVID-19. “It is with great sadness that we announce that the …

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Melbourne community honours the Greek Pontian Genocide Remembrance Day and the Battle of Crete

May is a historically and emotionally charged month for the Greek community. Greek Pontian Genocide Remembrance Day and the Battle of Crete are two events that marked not only Greek, …

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Greek tourism minister to speak via video conference

Greece’s Minister for Tourism Vassilis Kikilias will be the guest speaker for the Greek Australian Dialogue series video conference via Zoom on Wednesday, 25 May. The talk being held under …

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So much more to do to build a stronger future

At the start of the campaign, the first thing I said is that I love Australia. It’s a love shared by Australia’s multicultural communities – so many of whom I …

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Anthony Albanese may become first Australian-Italian Prime Minister

If Anthony Albanese wins on Saturday, (it is a sizable ‘if’), he will be the first non-Anglo-Celt to lead the nation as prime minister. “It’s an incredible honour to be …

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Hrustic penalty helps Eintracht Frankfurt win Europa League final

Soccerroo Ajdin Hrustic was on the winning side for Eintracht Frankfurt’s in the UEFA Europa League final victory over Glasgow Rangers in Seville and his former club South Melbourne FC …

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The Anzac story of the church at Imbros

Perched on the southern edge of the Askyfou Plain, the village of Imbros is the last hamlet you pass, before the road dives down the rugged mountainside to Chora Sfakion. …

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Police to deploy drones and helicopters in search for missing grandfather

Police will reduce the numbers involved in the ground search but will deploy drones and helicopters in Mount Hotham area where grandfather Christos Pittas, 70 has been missing since Friday …

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The Greek Genocide and the recognition of the mass crime

With the advent of the disintegration phase of the Ottoman state in the late 19th century, with the Neo-Turkish movement in 1908 and the coalition of the nationalist movement of …

Greek Centre lights up in red to mark remembrance of Pontic Greek Genocide

The Greek Centre was lit up yesterday in red to mark the remembrance of the Pontian Greek Genocide (1916-1923), one of the darkest moments in Greece’s history. The Greek genocide, …

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