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Super-bug breakthrough to save lives

The secrets of a ‘super bug’ which kills hospital patients worldwide has been unlocked by an Australian Greek scientist.

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Xenophon may block laws

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon proposes changes to the Fair Work Bill currently before Federal Parliament.

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Greek MP elevated to South Australian ministry

The appointment of Tom Koutsantonis as a Minister is the first time South Australia has had a State Minister of Greek background.

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Verdict on kids’ abduction

A Family Court ruling for Greek Australian mother challenges international convention on child abduction.

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Greek jobless hit by recession

Three Greeks retrenched in the last three months share their experience of being unemployed.

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Australia Post wants Greek letters

Australia Post is celebrating its 200 years of operation by launching ‘Letters of Australia,’ a project to publish letters from all Australians.

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International Women’s Day

International Womens Day will be celebrated on March 6 with a rich program of activities.

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End game for liberal economics

As governments pump the economy to avoid depression it seems that economic rationalism is dead, or is it?

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An overwhelming tragedy

Alexandros Logothetis reports from devastated Kinglake in Victoria, describing the tragic aftermath of the recent bushfires.

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Greeks roll up their sleeves

Greeks from all walks of life volunteer to help the victims of the recent Victorian bushfires.