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GOC Care had the pleasure of attending the annual OPA Greek Festival, which was held at the Bribie Island Retreat and Recreation Centre in Woorim over the weekend on Sunday, 7th July. Thankfully, the rain held off long enough for the almost 4000 people who attended to enjoy Greek danc
IMPROVING THE LIVES OF ALL AUSTRALIANS THROUGH A HEALTHY MEDITERRANEAN DIET & LIFESTYLE. Two Greek Girls Cooking proudly present The Mediterranean Diet Expo 2019! A day for all Australians to understand the unique advantages of the traditional Mediterranean food and lifestyle for
Join us on July the 16th at the GOC Care Wellness Centre at Taigum for our Dementia Carer Information Session, presented by guest speaker, Rae Haggarty (Dementia Australia). The session and morning tea/light lunch is free. See the invitation for further details.
Join us on July the 9th at the Cypriot Community Clubhouse for our Asthma Management Information Session, presented by guest speaker, Emmanuel Pippos (Pharmacist). Cost is $15 and includes morning tea, bingo, lunch, dessert, tea and coffee. See the invitation for further details. &nbs
Bill Shorten is “very pleased” with his new role as shadow minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, which sees the former Labor leader take a policy full-circle. He said creating the NDIS was his first job in politics and “remains one of the great privi
Some GOC staff had the pleasure yesterday of attending the Greek Orthodox St Anna’s Ladies Auxiliary morning tea at Bundall last week. The total raised was $6000+ from the event and the money was donated to the Oncology Dept of the Gold Coast University hospital.
The Bribie ‘OPA’ Greek Festival will showcase Greek culture to the wider community. Working collaboratively within the community, the Festival celebrates the diversity of people from various regional and ethnic backgrounds through Food, Dance, Music, Informative displays, Tutorials an