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Kokkinakis needs to overcome tentative grass-court vibes to make comeback

Thanasi Kokkinakis is not afraid to admit he’s a bit like Bambi on ice when it comes to grass court tennis. “Are you tentative when you play on grass?” he …

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The Darwin doctor passionate about bringing Greek history and mythology to life with his art

Although Theofilios Rigas is a doctor by trade, working tirelessly at the hospital in Darwin, shift work that sometimes sees him there in the early hours of the day, art …

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South Australian Multicultural Commission welcomes Chloe Kourakis among new appointments

The South Australian Multicultural Commission is set to embark on its next phase with a newly appointed cohort, including Greek Australian Chloe Kourakis, as announced by the Minister for Multicultural …

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Perth man accused of running ‘Evil Twin’ Wi-Fi networks to steal personal data

Michael Clapsis has been released on strict bail conditions after being accused of setting up “evil twin” Wi-Fi networks to steal personal data from users at various locations, including airports …

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Twice-bankrupt David Catsoulis’s Impact Gold faces legal battles and investment uncertainty

David Catsoulis, a twice-bankrupt mining promoter, continues to tout his Papua New Guinea gold project, despite mounting legal issues for his company, Impact Gold. The company is currently facing a …

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Coalition plan to break up price-gouging supermarkets

Major supermarkets would be broken up if found to be repeatedly price-gouging consumers, under a coalition proposal. Divestiture powers would be introduced as a method of last resort to address …

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Vasso Morali convicted for ongoing defamation of Archbishop Makarios

Well-known journalist Vasso Morali has been convicted for defamation of Archbishop Makarios of Australia by the Kavala Misdemeanor Court and has appealed the decision. Morali stated that she has taken …

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Would you show Facebook your ID? The govt wants to know

Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat could be asked to participate in the Australian government’s age-assurance technology trial to assess whether it would stop teenagers from accessing social media and pornography. …

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Outpouring of grief over the sudden death of Peter (Panagiotis) Jasonides

The Greek community of Australia is mourning the death of the well-known Greek Pontian leader and advocate Peter (Panagiotis) Jasonides. Peter Jasonides passed away on Tuesday morning after battling with …

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Smart Traveller issues extreme heat and wildfire risks warning for Greece this summer

Extreme temperatures and the threat of wildfires are currently impacting many areas of Greece, according to the latest advisory from Smart Traveller. In total, Greece saw 52 wildfires breaking out …

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