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Her Excellency, Professor Marie Bashir AC, Governor of New South Wales

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On 1 March 2001, Prof. Marie Bashir made history by being the first person of Lebanese background to be appointed New South Wales Governor - the highest executive position in the state. Prof. Bashir is the first ever female New South Wales Governor.... Read full article

Miracle Performed by Saint Rafqa (video)

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سينتيا منصور صبية عمرها اليوم 20 سنة كانت اصيبت بعمر 12 سنة بتلف بالجهاز العصبي اصاب رجليها ويديها وتغير شكل وجهها ورغم الزيارت الكتيرة للأطباء... Read full article

العلماء يفشون سرا عن السكر أخفي طيلة 50 عاما

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كشف فريق من الباحثين من جامعة سان فرانسيسكو عن نتائج بحوث طبية أجريت قبل خمسين عاما، أشارت إلى مضار السكر على الإنسان، إلا أن جهات أمريكية معينة أخفت هذه الحقيقة عن الرأي العام... Read full article

Lebanon and the Sydney International Food Festival

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Last year, the Sydney International Food Festival’s World Chef Showcase was one hell of a treat. Inspiring figures of the world’s culinary scene gathered in our beautiful city and spoke about the one thing that really unites the world: food.... Read full article

Dr. Glen John Coorey

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Born in Sydney, on 13th September 1932. His academic qualifications include: M.B, B.S Sydney University 1957 F.R.C.S (Edinburgh) 1961 F.R.A.C.S 1966. ... Read full article

Elie Chamas

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Married to Clair Becharra and has 4 children: Tony, Rita, Karim and Nabil. Back in Lebanon, he had an association with the Australian Embassy in Beirut providing services to it during the war.... Read full article

George Khoury

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Born: 1929 Lebanon Died: 2000 Australia He obtained his high school education from the Gerard Institute, an American mission school in Sidon, South Lebanon.... Read full article

Joseph Hassib Harb

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Born in Barsa Al-Koura in 1921 and arrived in Melbourne Australia 1961. Since his arrival he committed his efforts to help his community and continues to do so until today. He is blessed with a wonderful voice that he used in the church choir.... Read full article

Saint Charbel Makhlouf

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St Charbel is the first saint to be canonized from the Lebanese Maronite Order (LMO). Not a great deal is known about his life, mainly because he lived a hidden life in the silence and solitude of his hermitage.... Read full article

Saint Rafqa

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Rafqa Pietra Choboq Ar-Rayès - رفقا بطرسيّة شبق ألريّس, June 29, 1832 – March 23, 1914, also known as Saint Rafka, is a Lebanese Maronite saint canonized by Pope John Paul II on June 10, 2001.... Read full article

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