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New report shows Victorians support multiculturalism

Premier Brumby when launching a new report ‘Perceptions of Multiculturalism and Security’ said that Victoria embraces “diversity as a source of cultural enrichment.”

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Education system divides parents

The public vs private school debate divides many Greek Australian parents and educationists as they consider government funding and educational outcomes.

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Pride and joy on Father’s Day

John Mangos, George Kapeniaris and other Greek Aussie dads talk about their personal joy of being fathers.

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AMAC ready to respond to Gruevski’s visit

The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council will be smeeting to discuss a course of action in relation to Mr Gruevski’s planned visit to Australia where he is expected to sign a

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Tsiolkas bags yet another prize for The Slap

Christos Tsiolkas continues his winning streak unabated by bagging the Victorian Premier’s Literary Prize for The Slap last night.

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Crean full of pride for Kingston

Simon Crean was at the start of the work on the Kingston Heath Regional Soccer facility, along with other local, State and Federal Government politicians.

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Foodies enamoured by masterchef Calombaris

George Calombaris was one of the top 15 chefs were featured at Taste of Melbourne on the weekend.

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Consul heralds prize for VCE excellence

Dr Charalampos Ladopoulos, the Greek Consul for Educational Affairs, was at Balwyn High School last week to presentation the 2008 Greek Premier’s Award to Effie Markesinis as a top

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Opera singer to hit top note

Panayiota Kalatzis will perform in the Australian Singing Competition at the Independent Theatre in North Sydney for the Australian Singing Competition.

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Greek Australian Conservatives meet in NSW

Greek Australian Conservatives meet in NSW for the first time in public, in early preparation for what they believe will be a tightly contested election between the ALP Government

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