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‘Repacking for Greece’ set for book launch at Words on the Writers’ Festival

The second book in Australian travel writer Sally Jane Smith’s ‘Packing for Greece’ series has come out with a bang, with the newly released ‘Repacking for Greece’ to be celebrated …

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PAOK leapfrogs AEK into first place after stunning win over Panathinaikos

PAOK has jumped ahead of AEK at the penultimate hurdle of the title race after recording a massive victory against Panathinaikos, with Enosi left to rue a damaging loss to …

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Greece arsonists to face stiffer sentences: minister

Greece’s civil protection minister on Wednesday warned that arsonists would face stiffer sentences, as wildfires started earlier than usual in the Mediterranean country. “The penal code has changed, negligent arson …

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NPL Victoria Men’s: Continues: The most intriguing season in years

Looks like the football gods are feeling generous this year, granting us a season packed with thrill, mystery, and fervor. The race to the top spot is fierce, as a …

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Cretan mums celebrate Mother’s Day with ‘Paint and Sip’ event

The Cretan Brotherhood of Melbourne and Victoria organised a unique event to celebrate Mother’s Day, focusing on painting as the main activity with a fun twist. The event featured the …

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Alexia Apostolakis and Peta Trimis named to play in Four Nations Tournament in Sweden

Australia’s U-23 Women’s National Team 24-player squad has been finalised with Greek Australian youngsters Alexia Apostolakis and Peta Trimis named to participate in the Four Nations Tournament in Växjö, Sweden …

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Anemones celebrate Mother’s Day

Greek Women of the Northern Suburbs ‘Anemones’, recently gathered together to celebrate Mother’s Day. After their regular dance class, the members enjoyed a meal while listening to poems read by …

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Melbourne commemorates and honours the Genocide of the Greeks of Pontos

A series of memorial services and celebrations to remember and honour the lives lost during the Greek Genocide in the region of Pontos, kicks off this week as part of …

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FECCA labels 2024 federal budget “a promising step forward”

The Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) have given a seal of approval for the 2024 Federal budget, believing it greatly benefits people from culturally and linguistically diverse …

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Concerns over how much of $272m will be paid out to taxi, hire drivers in Uber settlement

In March, the class actions against Uber were abandoned when the rideshare giant agreed to a near $272 million settlement to compensate taxi and hire car drivers who lost out …

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