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Theophanous request turned down by Victorian Upper House

A motion by Theo Theophanous to refer a prosecuting lawyer to the privileges committee of the Victorian Parliament as a matte rof urgency was denied.

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Theophanous to launch action

A lawyer who quoted sections of a Parliamentary speech by Theo Theophanous during his committal hearing on rape charges faces the possibility of jail should she be found guilty of

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Fazio: ‘proud’ of ALP conference motion on Cyprus

MP Amanda Fazio MLC from NSW was proud to have moved a resolution calling for justice for Cyprus at the ALP National Conference last week.

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John Nicolaou to join KULCHA Board of Directors

John Nicolaοu,from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Western Australia has been invited to sit on KULCHA board, WA’s peak multicultural arts body.

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Call for young Greeks

Victorian Privacy Commissioner, Helen Versey, is establishing a Youth Reference Group and is calling on young Greek Australians to participate.

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Parents want wife for son

Nick lives in Sydney, works as a maribe engineer, owns three properties and, according to an ad placed in Neos Kosmos by is parents, is looking for a wife.

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Greek politicians from around the globe assemble in Athens

The World Hellenic Inter-Parliamentary Association meeting in Athens has attracted a number of Greek Australian politicians.

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Elena Fermanis: the right stuff means caring for all

Elena Fermanis shares her experience of attending the the International Youth Leadership Conference in Prague.

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Theophanous calls it quits at next election

Labor Upper House MP Theo Theophanous will step down from Parliament at the next State elections due in 2010.

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Police spoil Theo’s party

Victorian Labor MP Theo Theophanous thanks his family for their support upon the dismissal of rape charges against him by the Melbourne Magistrates Court.