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Victoria records 1466 new COVID-19 cases and 360 for NSW, along with 13 deaths altogether

Victoria recorded 1466 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, and another eight deaths. Of these new cases, 122 were in regional Victoria and 36 in locked-down Mildura. The results came after …

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Family violence destroys children, their future, but also our own as a society

“It’s a cold winter’s night in Melbourne. Six-year-old Jenny (not her real name) cuddles up to her mum whilst they sit close together on the couch. They are not watching …

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The story behind Bourke Street’s Legend Café

What became the Legend Café was originally opened by James Sigalas at around 1903 as the Anglo-American Café. In 1955, Sigalas’ grandson, Ion A. Nicolades, decided to modernise the business. …

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Opportunity and adventure: The Greek presence in Africa

There’s no denying that Greeks are everywhere and have had a significant engagement in Africa. Their influence is evident from the first colonies in Egypt, Libya and even Tunisia From …

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Scott Morrison backs NSW plans to fast-track international travel as early as 1 November

It was a much-anticipated moment when Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that Australia’s international borders would open to allow Australian citizens and permanent residents to “take our lives back” – …

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Peter Verveniotis forges a full life despite battle with Thalassaemia

As chair of the not-for-profit Thalassaemia and Sickle Cell Australia (TASCA), Peter Verveniotis knows a thing or two about the chronic genetic disorders that his organisation is dedicated to offering …

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Greece saves the day with two late goals against Georgia at World Cup qualifiers

On Saturday Greece prevailed over Georgia 2-0 in the 11th hour of their seventh World Cup qualifiers match. The first half of the match only saw one yellow card dealt …

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World Travel and Tourism Council honours Greece’s tourism

The World Travel and Tourism Council is paying tribute to Greece, both for the performance this year’s tourist year and for the safe opening of Greek tourism. Elena Corina Rodriguez, …

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Yanis Varoufakis to talk “Debt, Disobedience and Democracy Today”

On Monday, 25 October Yanis Varoufakis will join the Greek Australian Dialogue Series Zoom conference with to talk about Debt, Disobedience and Democracy Today. The event will begin at 7:00pm …

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1612 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths for Victoria as Sydney celebrates new-found freedom

Victoria recorded 1,612 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday and eight deaths from 73,138 test results processed on Sunday. The state’s active cases are now at 19,012, and the death …

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