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Laura Burgoine

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Green issues loom large in election

While Labor promise cash for clunckers there is still confusion on what is best policy for the environment

George puts his best foot forward when dancing with the stars

Builder, actor, barrista, now dancer – Packed to the Rafters star George Houvrardas takes it all in his stride.

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24 carat Karteris

Between serving on the boards of the Greek Festival of Sydney and the Greek Community of NSW, working as a real estate agent and raising funds for cancer research, Nia Karteris fin

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Greek MPs on the election trail

Three MPs from Labor and the Coalition discuss the issues in the run up to the 2010 Federal election.

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Victoria honours women

Voula Messimeri-Kianidis, executive director of the Australian Greek Welfare Society, discusses why it is important for women to be nominated for the 2011 Victorian Honour Roll of

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“Hellenism is a great survivor,” says Paula Masselos

Paula Masselos has worked in a number of industries and sectors as a strong voice for multiculturalism and cultural diversity.

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Down but not out

Tourism to Greece has reduced since the economic downturn but it remains steady.

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Greece trip not cancelled

The immersion program run by the Greek government for 8 – 12 year old Greeks of the diaspora to travel to Greece are being postponed because of a lack of funds.

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A vocal advocate for overseas students

A desire to help people drove Aristotle Paipetis to forsake the more lucrative end of the legal profession to assist international students

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Labor’s East Timor solution sparks debate

The Gillars statement on refugees and asylum seekers has enjoyed a mixed response.

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