Dialogue

Dialogue

MasterChefs… where are you?

Fotis Kapetopoulos bemoans the emptiness in his life since the first season of Masterchef finished.

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The progressive route to compromise

The name ‘Republic of Northern Macedonia’ can be an acceptable designation, according to NICOLAS MOTTA, but only when specific preconditions have been met.

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Sex, taxi drivers and the state of contemporary Greece

Jeana Vithoulkas bemoans the contemporary malaise which is eating away at Greece.

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No role for Abbott in Liberal renewal

Dr Nick Economou calls for Tony Abbott to step down from Parliament if the Federal Liberals are to undergo renewal.

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Greek expatriates can buy real estate in borderline areas of Greece

Lawyer Christos Iliopoulos argues that Greece needs to stop treating Greek Diaspora living outside the EU and Greece as foreigners and to allow them to purchase border-line propert

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The politics of transition in Greek Australian community organisations

Bill Giavris calls for planning and generational leadership if our community organisations are to change.

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Cyprus needs fresh drive for reunification

Nicholas Mottas argues that the resolution of the Cyprus issue will require Greece and Cyprus to put in place a new strategy which forces the international community to engage with

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You were wrong!

A reader challenges the accuracy of our recent report on the Australian Hellenic Council visit to Canberra.

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Greeks not on boards. Where are they?

A reader complains about the lack of Greeks on the board of public sector organisations.

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The Parthenon Marbles: righting a great historical wrong

David Hill makes the case for why the Parthenon Marbles should be returned to Greece.