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Greek Tourism Organisation (EOT) office to open in Melbourne

The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) has enthusiastically welcomed the announcement by Greece’s ministry of tourism regarding the immediate establishment of an office of the Greek Tourism Organisation (EOT) at …

Nicholas Pappas: The polymath lawyer redefining leadership in Australia’s Greek Diaspora

Nicholas Pappas – a meld of intellect and cultural knowledge, steers pivotal roles from law to rugby league, with a mission to bridge cultures and rewrite the narrative of the modern Hellenic Diaspora
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What’s On May 25 to June 1: Greek get-togethers, tavern nights and music

VIC AXION ESTI – WORTHY IT IS Witness a breathtaking celebration of the works of composer Mikis Theodorakis and Nobel Prize-winning poet Odysseas Elytis in Axion Esti. This collaboration brings …

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Panathinaikos wins the Greek Cup in final thriller against Aris

Panathinaikos was crowned Greek Cup Champion for the 2023-24 season, defeating Aris 1-0 in a match that kept players and fans on their toes till the last minute. But there …

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EU told to tackle food cost differences across the bloc

Greece is one of the eight EU states that urged Brussels to clamp down on multinational giants unfairly limiting the sale of products within the bloc, forcing European consumers to …

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Perth man shot dead ex’s friend, daughter then took own life

A man looking for his former partner at a home in Perth’s west has instead shot dead the woman’s female friend and teenage daughter before taking his own life. Police …

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All eyes on inflation data for clues to next rates move

Australians battling cost-of-living pressures and high interest rates could see some green shoots on the inflation front amid expectations of falling prices. The Australian Bureau of Statistics will on Wednesday …

Life

Kaiti Garbi wows Greek fans of Australia (Photos)

Kaiti Garbi’s long awaited Australian tour began last Friday night at Kinisi in Melbourne, where the singer had audience members on their feet during an evening filled with her greatest …

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US curbs Victorian poultry imports on bird flu concerns

The US has imposed import curbs on certain poultry and by-products from Victoria, Australia after determining highly pathogenic avian influenza, or bird flu, in domestic birds. The Department of Agriculture’s …

Life

Battle on 42nd Street published in Greece

On the 83rd anniversary of the Battle of Crete, Historical Quest Publishing House in Athens has launched the Greek edition of ‘Battle on 42nd Street’ by Adelaide author Peter Monteath. …

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Australian mother of five accused of drug trafficking in Taiwan and ex-husband claim innocence

The ex-husband of Australian mother-of-five, Debbie Voulgaris, who is accused of smuggling 7kg of cocaine and heroin into Taiwan, claims they were set up by drug traffickers. Debbie Voulgaris, 57, …

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Businessman jailed over ‘breathtaking’ $395m NDIS fraud

A judge has jailed a businessman over a “breathtaking” National Disability Insurance Scheme fraud that conned international investors into handing over tens of millions of dollars. Demetrios “James” Charisiou was …

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Poland, Greece call for EU to create ‘air defence shield’

Poland and Greece on Thursday called for the European Union to create an “air defence shield” to better protect the bloc in the face of Russia’s war on Ukraine. “Europe …

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Hellenic Armed Forces delegation visits the Greek Centre

The Hellenic Armed Forces are in Australia for the 83rd Anniversary of the Battle of Crete and this past Thursday they visited the Greek Centre. The high-ranking delegation was led …