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Funding sought to commemorate Imbros’ Role in Australia’s Anzac Story

The Imvrians Society of Melbourne has embarked on a world first – to create an exhibition that will commemorate the role of their home island in Australia’s Anzac story and …

Olympian Sofia Bekatorou’s sexual abuse allegations spark public outcry and resignation

A senior Greek sporting official has quit following sexual abuse allegations made by Sofia Bekatorou, one of Greece’s top female Olympians. Gold and Bronze medal winner Ms Bekatorou went public …

Victoria records zero locally acquired cases for third day, one infection in hotel quarantine

Victoria recorded no locally acquired COVID-19 cases for the third day running, with one infection acquired overseas currently in hotel quarantine. There are 40 active cases in the state, including …

States impose restrictions on NSW travellers following northern beaches outbreak

The Christmas travel plans of thousands of Australians could be up in the air as a cluster on Sydney’s northern beaches caused new border restrictions to be imposed overnight. Queensland, …

Yanis Varoufakis urges people to boycott Amazon on Black Friday

Economist and MeRA party leader Yanis Varoufakis has called for a one-day boycott of Amazon on Black Friday, voicing concerns of trade unionists, environmental activists, privacy campaigners and tax justice …

Happy Name Day to Catherines, Kates, Kathryns on St Catherine’s feast day

Today is the name day of Ekaterini, Ekaterina, Katerina, Katrina, Katherine, Kathryn, Catherine, Cathy, Kathy, Katie, Katy, Katia, Kate and all the derivatives thereoff. Known as a great martyr, Catherine was …

Coronavirus vaccine results are pouring in, and it’s good news for older people

Early results from COVID-19 vaccine trials are starting to emerge, and scientists have received the first reports from three independent studies with optimism because protection against the coronavirus is possible. …

COVID-19 visits in Victoria: Melburnians told their homes are the least safe places

From tomorrow, Melburnians will be able to visit each other in their homes however these must remain within the 25km radius and can only take place once a day. People …

Greece and Albania take recourse at the International Court of the Hague to resolve maritime differences

Greece and Albania have taken their maritime zones issues to the International Court at The Hague. Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama in Tirana on …

Greece’s death toll hits 500 as daily Covid-19 cases rise

Greece’s health authorities announced on Saturday a daily record of 13 deaths from Covid-19, along with 280 new confirmed cases. At the same time, the country’s death toll due to …

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