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Federation of Pontian Associations pays tribute to Peter Jasonides

An outpouring of grief has followed the sudden death of Pontian community leader Peter (Panagiotis) Jasonides, this week. The Federation of Pontian Associations of Australia was among those who paid …

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Appetite for sugar tax to fight diabetes and obesity

A 20 per cent tax on all sugar-sweetened drinks should spearhead efforts to stem Australia’s diabetes epidemic, a parliamentary inquiry has found. The year-long inquiry into the nation’s fastest-growing chronic …

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Confessions of a… greasy wog

Isn’t it incredible how social norms have changed. At the tender young age of 56, I sometimes hark back to my teenage years in high school. It was 1979, disco …

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New PM Starmer pledges action not words to fix Britain

Britain’s new prime minister Keir Starmer has pledged action to fix the country, not just words, but warned the voters who handed him a massive electoral majority and those who …

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U15’s and U16’s girls soccer players making a name for themselves in national tournament

The 2024 National Youth Championships Girls’ Tournament for U15 and U16s is currently underway in Melbourne. Kicking off on Wednesday July 3 at the Home of the Matildas at Latrobe …

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On target: Aussie archers earn Paris Olympic shot

From Sydney trains to the Paris Games, transport worker-turned-Olympian Peter Boukouvalas has been waiting 20 years to take a journey to the big time. It all started when the Sydney …

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UK’s Labour sweeps to power as Sunak concedes election

Sir Keir Starmer will be Britain’s next prime minister with his Labour Party expected to win a huge majority in a parliamentary election, ending 14 years of often tumultuous Conservative …

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Mark Nicolaidis to hit the sand in Paris Olympic Games

We have yet another Greek Australian representing Australia at the Olympics, with Mark Nicolaidis set to make his Olympic debut in Paris. His selection, alongside Izac Carracher, marks the first …

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World’s first milk bar to be immortalised with plaque in Sydney

Seven years after its initial pitch, the world’s first milk bar, owned by Greek Australian Mick Adams (Joachim Tavlaridis), is finally set to be honoured with the unveiling of a …

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Antonis Remos denies money laundering and tax evasion as assets are seized

Popular Greek singer Antonis Remos has denied that he is being investigated by a prosecutor and relevant authorities for money laundering and tax evasion amounting to 1.5 million euros. According …

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