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Australia

  • 13 Jan 2010 (0)

    Greek Australian building industry figure Jim Moschoyiannis is alleged by a Sunday Age report to have been one of two people bashed by Mick Gatto.

  • Kakos family. Coroner's Report.
    11 Jan 2010 (0)

    A Coroner’s report into the tragic death of 28-year-old talented soccer player Peter Kakos lambasts the hospital where he was treated for systemic failures.

  • 7 Jan 2010 (0)

    Bailieu has not confidence in the way Minister Tim Pallas forged ahead with clearways decision

  • NYE. Bolte Bridge.
    28 Dec 2009 (0)

    Your guide to celebrations in Melbourne and Sydney this New Year's Eve. It's going to be big!

  • 23 Dec 2009 (0)

    Greek-Australian sex fiend John Xydias will pay $1.08 million to five of his victims.

  • Year in review: bushfires.
    22 Dec 2009 (0)

    2009: a year of triumphs and challenges for the Australian-Greek community.

  • Gambling addict Harry Kakavas loses his case against Crown Casino
    11 Dec 2009 (0)

    Gambling addict Harry Kakavas who had sued Crown Casino for taking advantage of his addiction has lost his bid to force them to repay his losses.

  • Tina Arena at the launch of Qatar Airways
    11 Dec 2009 (0)

    Qatar Airways launched its new service this week in Melbourne with three flights direct to Athens to be followed by daily flights to Athens from March 2010.

  • 1 Dec 2009 (0)

    Atheists attack Brumby government of 'ideological bigotry'

  • John Michailidis. Avipep.
    23 Nov 2009 (0)

    John Michailidis leads a company who have been funded to run clinical trials on new cancer treatments over the next two years.

  • Senior Liberal Petro Georgiou is critical of his leader's approach to refugees.
    16 Nov 2009 (0)

    Senior Liberal Petro Georgiou is critical of the Malcolm Turnbull's policy of re-introducing temporary protection visas for unauthorized refugees.

  • 10 Nov 2009 (0)

    In the recent Bailieu front bench reshuffle Nick Kotsiras retained his portfolio as Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs.

  • Surging prices for housing.
    2 Nov 2009 (0)

    Recent migration to Australia has driven the surge in house prices in Melbourne, according to the Greek 'Property Professor.'

  • Arthur Andronas wins major architectural award.
    30 Oct 2009 (0)

    Arthur Andronas has won the prestigious Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage for the his work on conserving St. Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne.

  • 27 Oct 2009 (0)

    AEU President Angelo Gavrielatos calls for action on teacher shortages following the release of a national survey of public school principals.

  • 27 Oct 2009 (0)

    Comments by the FYROM Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in Sydney has prompted a clear cut response from Greece.

  • 26 Oct 2009 (0)

    Kevin Rudd welcomed FYROM Prime Minister Nicola Gruevski to Australia with an official welcome at Parliament House in Canberra.

  • GP Visit. Costs rising.
    26 Oct 2009 (0)

    Greek-Australians are calling for the rise in the cost of consulting a GP be accompanied by an increase in the quality of service that they provide to their patients.

  • 23 Oct 2009 (1)

    Respected elders of the Cypriot Community of Melbourne, Victoria, held a meeting to discuss the future of the Cypriot community of Melbourne in light of the Community's financial w

  • 23 Oct 2009 (0)

    THE largest saltwater crocodile to be caught by Northern Territory rangers this year was found one kilometre from a popular swimming hole near Darwin.

  • 19 Oct 2009 (0)

    The Federation of Pontian Associations honoured South Australia's Attorney-General for his role in having the South Australian Parliament pass a resolution recognising the Pontian

  • Angie Zigomanis. BIS Shrapnel.
    19 Oct 2009 (0)

    House prices will increase by 20 percent over the net three years according to Angie Zigomanis from BIS Shrapnel.

  • 19 Oct 2009 (0)

    Peter Dupas will be retried on April 7 2010 for the murder of Mersina Halvagis with the trial expected to last eight weeks.

  • 12 Oct 2009 (0)

    The election of a new leader for New Democracy has become mired in a dispute over who should be involved in election process.

  • 12 Oct 2009 (0)

    Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd called the newly elected Greek Prime Minster George Papandreou to congratulate him and invited him to visit Australia.

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