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Day schools go well in NAPLAN

The three Greek day schools in Victoria have performed at or better than the state and national average in the National Assessment Program numeracy and literacy tests.

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Foreign Minister reassures Greek lobby

The Australian Foreign Minister, Stephen Smith, has reassured the Australian-Hellenic Council that Australia’s official position on the former Yuguslav Republic of Macedonia has no

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PASOK: new policy for Greeks of the diaspora

The Greek government is looking to change government policy towards Greeks abroad with a Greek Australian said to be taking responsibility in the interim.

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Real estate prices will continue to rise

House prices will increase by 20 percent over the net three years according to Angie Zigomanis from BIS Shrapnel.

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Trial date set for Peter Dupas

Peter Dupas will be retried on April 7 2010 for the murder of Mersina Halvagis with the trial expected to last eight weeks.

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Young Greek of the Week

Callie Kalimniou, who loves eating honey-drenched loukoumades and feels that tenacious is the word that best describes her, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Pan Hellenic Games are set to go

Pan Hellenic Games organisers are expecting between 500 – 600 young athletes to register for the Games in November.

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The Kings of Java

John Lazarou shares his experience of running The Coffee Club, the Brisbane based cafe franchises.

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Papandreou in Istanbul

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou took advantage of an unexpected visit to Turkey, to attend the informal meeting of foreign ministers of South-East European Countries, to me

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Provopoulos: cautious optimism about reform

The Bank of Greece Governor, George Provopoulos, believes that the Greek budget deficit should not exceed 10 percent of GDP next year and that the newly elected Papandreou gover