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Politicians and Journalists: Adversaries or Bedfellows?

George Megalogenis, senior political writer for The Australian, will be part of a panel discussion, at Melbourne University, on the relationship between politicians and journalists

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Calamari ready for frying

Since the arrival of Greeks and Italians in Australia, calamari has become a sought out seafood and calamari season is now open in Victoria.

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Ethnic schools attacked

A discussion paper commissioned by the Australian Education Union has claimed that ethnic and religious schools have impacted on the public funding of government schools.

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Vamvakinou’s challenger capitulates

The preselection challenge against the sitting ALP member for for the Federal seat of Calwell has collapsed

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New coin celebrates citizenship

The 60th anniversary of the Nationality and Citizenship Act has been celebrated with the release of a commemmorative $1 coin.

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Two Greeks arrested for bashing

Two Greek Australians are amongst the three men charged following the horrific bashing at the Hunry Jacks in Prahran.

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Allegations and counter-allegations made in court in Theophanous case

The Theo Theophanous committal hearing continued last week with testimony that queried the veracity of the alleged victim’s allegations and the introduction of evidence that The

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Two Greek Australians arrested for bashing at Hungry Jack’s

Greek Australians arrested and charged for the horrific bashing of two men in a Hungry Jack’s store in Prahran, Melbourne.

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Baillieu in Greece strengthening cultural bridges

Victorian Opposition Leader Ted Baillieu was in Athens meeting government ministers to discuss the deepening of relations between Victoria and Greece.

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Multiculturalism made real for children

The Journey series recently published by Oxford University Press their families and their belongings as they journey from all parts of the world to make their new home

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