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They’ve taken the Parthenon Marbles. Return them back to Greece.

The public debate about the ownership of cultural artefacts was given new momentum as a result of a panel discussion about the return of the Parthenon Marbles.

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First week of conference has mixed program of speakers

The first week of the International Conference on Greek Research at Flinders University covered the Hellenic diaspora and Cyprus as part of its public program.

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A new house for the gods

ABC reporter, HELEN VATSIKOPOULOS, shares her thoughts on visiting the new Parthenon Museum and the memories it brings back for all of us.

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Child’s play is serious business

Playing games is an important facet of children’s intellectual and social development, according to Dr Gwneda Davey.

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Greek shipping still world leading

The Greek shipping industry is an important contributor to the Greek economy and could provide an important driver to the revival of the Greek economy.

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Blackburn Nissan: Quality reigns

Fiv Antoniou test drive some of the most popular model cars from Blackburn Nissan.

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Cypriot tourism gutted by recession

Tourism and government revenues in Cyprus are suffering as the global financial crisis bites

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Gough Whitlam took my breath away…literally

Discover how an Australian Prime Minister at the inauguration of a new church in Dandenong had a life changing effect on Theo Giantsos.

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Harry’s strategic path to successful action

A proud Pontian who has served in the Australian Army and works as a training manager speaks about what was involved in advocating for the recognition of the Pontian Genocide by th

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Amanatides: A life honoured

A life long commitment to Modern Greek and the development of literary practice saw an ‘unsung hero’ of the Greek community in Melbourne being honoured at a public function.

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