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‘We won’t be deterred’: Chaos in NSW as teachers, train and bus drivers walk off the job

NSW commuters have faced a day of chaos today, as train and bus workers go on strike on the same day the state's public...

‘Very disappointing’: Cumberland Mayor, Steve Christou, on alleged assault outside school

A 29-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly assaulted Cumberland City Council Mayor, Steve Christou, outside a polling booth at a Merrylands school...

‘Slap in the face’: Family share grief over Joanna Shanahan’s death

The families of senior police officer, Joanne Shanahan (nee Panagiotou), and mother, Tania McNeill, who were both killed in an Adelaide car crash in...

Derelict hoarder house in Sydney sells at auction for $1.31 million

A derelict house in Erskineville, Sydney has sold at auction for $1.31 million, realestate.com.au reports. The home on Bridge St, which is located in a...

Families break down in tears as coronial inquest into St Basil’s deaths continues

A coronial inquest has today heard that a woman’s last words to her family were “I got pains, I got pains” before she died...

‘Older workers can fill vacancies’: Business Sydney executive director, Paul Nicolaou

The executive director of Business Sydney, Paul Nicolaou, has written to Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg calling on the government to let age pension recipients...

Greek Community of NSW cultural centre and alleged sale of nursing home on AGM agenda

The Greek community of Sydney will watch with great interest the Annual General Meeting of the Greek Orthodox Community of NSW (GOCNSW), to be...

Australia Post releases stamps to mark the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution

Australia Post, in collaboration with the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, have issued a set of stamps to mark the bicentenary anniversary of the...

Professor George Paxinos named among pioneer Greeks in medicine and science

Professor George Paxinos from the University of New South Wales in Sydney has been named among 63 Greeks who are pioneers in the fields...

‘It fills the void’: Attorney-General and Immigration Minister discuss Religious Discrimination Bill

After three years and dozens of drafts, the Federal Government's Religious Discrimination Bill is finally before Parliament. Since the bill was announced earlier this week...
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