Opinion

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Who does The Age write for?

Jeana Vithoulkas questions whether The Age reflects the cultural diversity of Melbourne in its editorial policies.

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Debt debate bypassed as the Budget gets political

Nick Economou asseses the politics of the 2009 Federal Budget.

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Rudd crucial to Brumby’s future

Nick Economou makes the case that Kevin Rudd and the decisions made by the Federal Government will play a decisive role in the re-election of John Brumby in 2010.

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Aussie Rules… but my little boy may get hurt

Jeana Vithoulkas shares the contradictory feelings she felt as she watched her boy play AFL footy for the first time.

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Our future is not in Bulleen

Jean Vithoulkas questions whether Bulleen is an appropriate site and location for the development of a new Greek community centre.

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Contrarian impulses dominate Cyprus problem

Theo Giantsos asks whether the issue of Cyprus is hampered by contrarian impulses on both sides.

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Oz pollies all at sea over asylum seekers

Nick Economou questions the position of the Malcolm Turnbull and the Liberal Opposition in relation to the recent arrival of asylum seekers in Australian territorial waters.

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Mr Simitis : architect of modernity

Theo Giantsos argues that former Greek Prime Minister, Costas Simitis, is the pivotal figure in the modernisation of the Greek economy whose legacy is being squandered by the Kara

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Punctuality is not a universal virtue

Jean Vithoulkas asks whether punctuality is a universal virtue.

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Lighting the way to connectedness this Easter

Chris Fotinopoulos explores how Easter is a time which unites us all.