Opinion

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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?

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Greek philosophy: Socrates

Monash University academic Nick Trakakis begins his series of columns on ancient Greek philosophers with an introduction
to Socrates.

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The Coalition campaign is coming off the rails

Embracing John Howard has signalled Tony Abbott’s return to the past for help, says Dr Nick Economou

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Mirrors and distortions in Greece

Greece is living through a revolution, the first real attempt to set the country on course toward a viable future, and it is only natural that this will provoke widespread disrupti

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St Shirley of Mt Waverley

The Feast of the Dormition this weekend gives Chris Fotinopoulos cause to recall his grandmother and her friendship with a close neighbour, Shirley.

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The Coalition campaign is coming off the rails

Embracing John Howard has signalled a return to the ‘past’ for help by Liberal leader Tony Abbott, according to Nick Economou.

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Reality bites!

Panagiota Pappas is bitten by the reality TV bug.

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Gillard’s biggest challenge revealed

The Prime Minister has to overcome the ‘Rudd Factor’ and work hard to regain the electorate’s trust, says Nick Economou

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Oh Paul, where art thou?

The recent political debate on asylum seekers has Jeana Vithoulkas asking where are the politicians like Paul Keating who have the courage to confront racism?