Dialogue

Dialogue

Making the case for Alphington

Withholding elections at the GOCMV may jeopardise the building of Alphington multipurpose hall.

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We are Spartans

The attack on Spartan Hoplites by On the Spit was a disgrace

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Turnbull could be back (after the next election)!

Abbott’s rise to the Coalition leadership maybe a blessing in disguise for Turnbull – but it’s clearly a blessing for Rudd, argues Dr Nick Economou.

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Liberal Party in disarray, will Rudd do them in slowly?

Rudd will be laughing all the way to a landslide victory be it through a double dissolution, or a full term election, as the Liberal Party tears itself apart.

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Post-electoral melancholia

Associate Professor Vrasida Karalis hopes that the ‘American’ in Prime Minister George Papandreou triumphs over the corrupt character of Greek politics.

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An unfit family

The GOCMV is simply a disfunctional family.

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Dean Kalimniou’s article on Spartan Place is disgraceful!

Dean Kalimniou’s arguments against the erection of King Leonidas’ bust in Sparta Place, Brunswick, smack of outdated colonial arrogance.

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Grey theories in the Aegean

The notion of ‘grey areas’ in the Eastern Aegean may again lead to spiraling conflict between Greece and Turkey, as it did in 1996.

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Rudd: Too clever by half

Dr Nick Economou suggests that Rudd’s tactical superiority over the Opposition is evident in his secondement of senior Liberals, past enemies, into senior government positions.

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Public Servants: Seen but not heard?

The Secretary of the Department of Treasury, Mr Ken Henry recently overstepped the mark by passing public comment on Australia’s population growth argues Dr Nick Economou.