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Eugenia Mitrakas achieves further recognition for 50-year law career

Melbourne Lawyer Eugenia Mitrakas is among those named for their outstanding contributions in an article published in the December issue of the Law Institute Journal. Eugenia Mitrakas was awarded by …

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Football Victoria announces 2023 NPL fixtures

Football Victoria has released the 2023 fixtures for NPL as the countdown to the 2023 National Premier League Victoria begins. The season is full of blockbuster matches, classic rivalries and …

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Quill Awards in Victorian Journalism open for multicultural media

The annual Quill Awards for journalistic excellence are open again with 30 categories open to all Victorian journalists. The Quills, are the premier media awards in Victoria, and were established …

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Greek Australians in the Victorian electoral wash up

Counting of postal and absentee votes began on Monday. While it was a clear victory for Labor led by Dan Andrews, some seats are still too close to call. Neos …

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Elaionas migrant camp in Athens closes

Migration Minister Notis Mitarakis announced the closure of the Elaionas refugee camp on Wednesday (Greece time) Kathimerini reported. “Those applying for asylum have been cleared without incident and all that …

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What’s On 3-10 December: Comedy, food, a promising dance performance and bouzoukia

VIC OAKLEIGH TRAILS – THE GREEK FOOD WALKING TOUR The much anticipated Oakleigh Trail; a 40-minute walk along the restaurant and café-bar precinct of the most Greek suburb in Melbourne …

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Kaliopi Stavropoulos sings the blues

Georgina Tsolidis, a friend who shares my keenness for old school African-American blues and Rn’B music, recently put me on to blueswoman Kaliopi. Kaliopi is a Melbourne-based Greek-Australian Blues Artist, …

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Six Greek-owned venues make waves at national restaurant and catering awards

Greek-owned restaurants have stood out at the 2022 National Restaurant & Catering Hostplus Awards for Excellence that took place on Monday, 28 November in Brisbane. The Awards for Excellence program …

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Bright future for young Greek Australians named best young historians in the country

Two high-school students of Greek descent have topped the 2022 National History Challenge for their outstanding independent research and critical thinking skills as they explored this year’s theme “Causes and …

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Australia sinks Denmark to soar into the World Cup round of 16 for first time since 2006

The Aussies have pulled off another remarkable win in an historic result against Denmark to officially qualify for the knockout round for the first time since 2006. Australia defeated the …

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