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PRONIA outlines its results in its 49th AGM, held online for the 2nd year

For a second year in a row, PRONIA hosted its 49th Annual General Meeting (AGM) online on Monday 22 November where the organisation’s annual report for 2020-21 was presented. Despite …

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‘A fire was burning at St Basil’s’: Court hears array of failures to protect residents

The level of responsibility burdening management, the state and federal government and private actors involved in the St Basil’s tragedy remains to be determined. But one thing has become clear …

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FECCA wants the government to abandon the Voter ID bill

“Australia has tried and proven electoral laws,” states FECCA, while calling on Australia’s government to abandon the Voter ID bill. FECCA states that the new bill will create additional barriers …

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Alexandroupoli is focus of amended US-Greek defence agreement

Greece and the US are set to increase military cooperation in southeastern Europe as tensions rise in the region as a result of amendments made to the Mutual Defence Cooperation …

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Panathinaikos successful in basketball showdown with Olympiakos, 81-76

Long-time rivals Panathinaikos and Olympiacos had their latest basketball showdown on Monday with Panathinaikos beating the red-and-white team from Piraeus. The game was played at Olympiacos’ home court, the Peace …

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Greek crypto boss Vangelis Tsapas goes missing, leaving slew of debt behind him

Greek crypto boss Vangelis Tsapas has disappeared, leaving a slew of debt behind him. Mr Tsapas, who headed HNC Revolution, the company managing the first Greek cryptocurrency is known for …

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Chris Macheras’ Old Vintage Melbourne discoveries are worth more than a thousand words

Under the pressures of the Melbourne lockdowns, a diamond was created in the form of an Instagram account which has now amassed over 85,000 followers, including the likes of Aussie …

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Victoria’s cases at 827, SA opens border, and the Great Resignation begins

Victoria has recorded 827 new coronavirus cases and 19 deaths, the highest number of fatalities recorded since 27 October this year. Active COVID-19 cases now at 9,420. There are 303 …

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FECCA 2022 scholarships are available

FECCA 2022 is an unmissable opportunity to connect with the passionate and influential people driving the discussions on Australia’s multiculturalism, while sharing new experiences and innovations in knowledge and practice. …

Meet Evmenios, the newly enthroned Bishop of Kerasounta

If names signify the essence of an existence, then certainly this is the case for the newly enthroned bishop of Kerasounta, who is headquartered in the Archdiocesan District of Northcote. …

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