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Fronditha’s radiothon raises $80,340 in funds

All funds raised through the 2010 Radiothon will be going towards the expansion of Anesi in Thornbury turning it into a 120 bed facility at an estimated cost of $13 million.

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Greek Australian to climb Everest

Greek Australian mountain climber John Kazanas is preparing to take on the challenge of a lifetime.

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Crackdown on dodgy educators

A crackdown on the international education industry will weed out the education providers of dubious integrity and stop exploitation, according to industry insiders of Greek backgr

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Insulation program is terminated by fed govt

The General Manager of Go Green Home Insulation , Bill Makris explains to Neos Kosmos why the way the government rebate program unfolded was “a disaster waiting to happen.”

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Mandela’s Greek lawyer to tour Australia in March

One of South Africa’s leading human rights lawyers, George Bizos, is touring Australia to present public lectures on human rights in pre-and post-apartheid South Africa.

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Marysville: Reborn from the ashes

Anastasia Zarifopoulos reflects one year later on life before and after the Black Saturday inferno hit Marysville.

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100 year old Aussie athelete in Greece

100 year old Ruth Frith had the adventure of a life time when her exploits at the World Masters Games earnt her the trip of a lifetime – to Greece.

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Miracle triplets start school

Miracle triplets Chrisovalantis, Konstantinos and George Hajis are three of 44,100 Victorian prep students who will start their first day at school today.

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A Greek spin on ovarian cancer awareness

Tania Tiropanis is one of the 11th Hour Ambassadors for Ovarian Cancer Month Campaign

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Mature debate needed on flag issue

Three Greek Australian community leaders express their opinions on the issue of changing the Australian flag.