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Australia

  • 24 Aug 2009 (0)

    Victoria’s multicultural business networks were recognised as part of the Victorian Government's Energise Enterprise Small Business Festival.

  • Federal Government. Child care
    24 Aug 2009 (0)

    The proposed Federal Government reforms to child care has drawn a mixed response from Greek Australian parents.

  • 24 Aug 2009 (0)

    The Victorian Government has extended the freeze on late-night liquor licences in inner Melbourne.

  • Nicola Gruevski. Social Security agreement.
    24 Aug 2009 (0)

    The possibility of FYROM President, Nikola Gruevski, visiting Australia to sign a bilateral social security agreement between the FYROM and Australia has raised questions about wha

  • 17 Aug 2009 (0)

    A motion to refer a prosecuting lawyer to the Victorian Parliament's privilege committee by Theo Theophanous was refused by the President of the Upper House.

  • 17 Aug 2009 (0)

    National Australia Bank Senior Economist Spiros Papadopoulos gives his prognosis on the current state of the Australian economy.

  • Sophie Mirabella. State of the Federal Liberal Party.
    17 Aug 2009 (0)

    Victorian Liberal MP Sophie Mirabella speaks about the current state of the Federal Liberal Party and on Malcolm Turnbull's leadership

  • 12 Aug 2009 (0)

    A motion by Theo Theophanous to refer a prosecuting lawyer to the privileges committee of the Victorian Parliament as a matte rof urgency was denied.

  • Theo Theophanous. Privileges action.
    10 Aug 2009 (0)

    A lawyer who quoted sections of a Parliamentary speech by Theo Theophanous during his committal hearing on rape charges faces the possibility of jail should she be found guilty of

  • 7 Aug 2009 (0)

    MP Amanda Fazio MLC from NSW was proud to have moved a resolution calling for justice for Cyprus at the ALP National Conference last week.

  • John Nicolau now on the KULCHA board, WA's peak multicultural arts body
    6 Aug 2009 (0)

    John Nicolaοu,from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Western Australia has been invited to sit on KULCHA board, WA's peak multicultural arts body.

  • 5 Aug 2009 (0)

    Victorian Privacy Commissioner, Helen Versey, is establishing a Youth Reference Group and is calling on young Greek Australians to participate.

  • Parents want wife for son.
    4 Aug 2009 (0)

    Nick lives in Sydney, works as a maribe engineer, owns three properties and, according to an ad placed in Neos Kosmos by is parents, is looking for a wife.

  • 3 Aug 2009 (0)

    The World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Association meeting in Athens has attracted a number of Greek Australian politicians.

  • Elena Fermanis. Young woman on a mission.
    28 Jul 2009 (1)

    Elena Fermanis shares her experience of attending the the International Youth Leadership Conference in Prague.

  • 27 Jul 2009 (0)

    Labor Upper House MP Theo Theophanous will step down from Parliament at the next State elections due in 2010.

  • Theo Theophanous walks away triumphantly with his wife and daughter from the Mel
    25 Jul 2009 (0)

    Theo Theophanous will not stand trial on the charge of raping a woman in his Parliament office on a September night in 1998.He has claimed racial stereotyping by the prosecuting

  • 23 Jul 2009 (0)

    The defence attorney of Theo Theophanous slammed the conduct of the investigation by the leading police detective.

  • George Megalogenis senior political writer for The Australian
    22 Jul 2009 (0)

    George Megalogenis, senior political writer for The Australian, will be part of a panel discussion, at Melbourne University, on the relationship between politicians and journalists

  • Calamari season is open in Victoria
    22 Jul 2009 (0)

    Since the arrival of Greeks and Italians in Australia, calamari has become a sought out seafood and calamari season is now open in Victoria.

  • Ethnic and religious schools. Social cohesion.
    20 Jul 2009 (2)

    A discussion paper commissioned by the Australian Education Union has claimed that ethnic and religious schools have impacted on the public funding of government schools.

  • 20 Jul 2009 (0)

    The preselection challenge against the sitting ALP member for for the Federal seat of Calwell has collapsed

  • Commemmorative $1 coin. Celebrating Citizenship Act.
    20 Jul 2009 (0)

    The 60th anniversary of the Nationality and Citizenship Act has been celebrated with the release of a commemmorative $1 coin.

  • 20 Jul 2009 (0)

    Two Greek Australians are amongst the three men charged following the horrific bashing at the Hunry Jacks in Prahran.

  • Theo Theophanous. Committal hearing.
    20 Jul 2009 (0)

    The Theo Theophanous committal hearing continued last week with testimony that queried the veracity of the alleged victim's allegations and the introduction of evidence that The

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