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Harry’s Back!

Harry Nicolaides returns to Australia after serving six months in jail.

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Greeks abroad vote to sink in parliament

The Greek cabinet  approved a draft bill which will allow Greeks abroad to vote in Greek elections from their place of residence last week. Interior Minister Prokopis Pavlopoulos urged the …

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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.

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Cretans’ book of lifetime

THE book Cretan of Oceania from the 19th Century was launched on Wednesday 4 at Parliament House by Rob Hulls the Victorian Attorney-General in front of over 200 guests. Hulls …

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La Trobe moves on new Greek Centre

THE Research Centre for Contemporary Greek (RCCG) studies will replace the former National Centre for Hellenic Studies and Research also known as EKEME at La Trobe University. EKEME was closed …

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More flights between Athens and Melbourne

Etihad Airways is increasing the number of flights between Australia and Greece.

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Blame game with trains

MELBOURNE’S railway system came to a standstill last week. Excessive temperatures that caused massive service cancellations, the blame game is in full force as to who bear’s most or any …

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Twist of luck for university applicants

THE release of university offer results can make or break a student’s dreams. When 2008 Alphington Grammar Captain Elizabeth Voulgaris could not locate her name in the first round tertiary …