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New study shows advances in breast cancer treatment

New research has uncovered that breast cancer can be classified in ten specific sub-groups revolutionising the way treatment is provided to patients of breast cancer.

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Entries now open for 2012 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards

Entries for the 2012 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, including Australia’s most valuable literary prize, the Victorian Prize for Literature are now open.

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Working holiday visas for Greeks to Australia on the cards

Australia is set to negotiate with Greece over a recipricol agreement for working holiday visas fto allow both citizens of their countries to be able to travel and work freely.

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Businessman Michael Issakidis charged with tax fraud

Police and tax office investigators seized $40 million in luxury assets as authorities allege the Greek-born property developer is involved in a multi-million dollar tax evasion an

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Ancient Greeks key to cancer cure

Common viruses are becoming the latest cure against cancer with a small Australian biotechology group one of the forefronters in this field.

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Sparta Place commemorates the ANZACs

ANZAC Day was commemorated on Sparta Place in Brunswick Victoria, by an official party made up of Australian’s of Hellenic origins.

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North and West multicultural councils meet

The first meeting of the Victorian Multicultural Commission’s (VMC) North and West Metropolitan Regional Advisory Council (RAC) took place in Coburg this week.

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More room for baby boom in the top end

NT people find a procreative way to keep warm in winter.

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The Slap goes to Greece, while Tsiolkas works on a new success

Christos Tsiolkas talks to Neos Kosmos about the success of The Slap and his latest literary venture.

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Minister calls for Anzac Day unity

Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship Nicholas Kotsiras, has encouraged all communities across Victoria to participate in this year’s Anzac Day commemorations.

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