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Arranged marriages under the microscope

Jeana Vithoulkas examines the concept of arranged marriages

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Finally a Government- but can it last?

Dr Nick Economou shifts through the entrails of the recent election and looks at the future prospects of a Gillard government

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Smoking banned in Greece? I don’t think so

On day eleven of the ban on smoking in public places in Greece, Thomas Andronas reflects on the efficacy of the public health measure

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Katter on a hot tin roof

Jeana Vithoulkas examines views of Australians towards the Labor party’s campaign in the federal election

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Short term or long term?

Political analyst Dr Nick Economou evaluates the prospects for minority government

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Think of children in need on Father’s Day

Father’s day is an appropriate time to reflect on a community’s responsibility to children, says Chris Fotinopoulos

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Plato

Our series on ancient Greek philosophers continues with a reflection on Plato

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Beggarwoman Blues

An Indian beggarwoman makes an impression on Bill Mousoulis during his last evening in Volos

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Greeks are not rude, just more human

Fotis Kapetopoulos explores the perceptions and misconceptions of the “Greek” character in Greece

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Who will take responsibility for Labor’s disaster?

The elections may be a cliffhanger but the question is who will take the weight in the Labor Party for the election result?