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Generation Y and the hard times

Three Greek Australian young Greek Australian discuss the impact of the global financial crisis on their day to day life and choices.

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Mikakos launches PanMessinian’s 50th anniversary celebrations

The PanMessinian Brotherhood “Papaflessas” launched its 50th anniversary commemorative program with a public lecture by Victorian MP. Jenny Mikakos.

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Greek Educational consul visits Strathmore Secondary College

Strathmore College was visited by the Greek Education consul in recognition of teaching Modern Greek for over thirty years.

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Victoria police link to ethnic communities

The Victorian Police Commissioner met with the ethnic media and announced a new initiative directed at multicultural communities.

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Tech whizz wins 2009 national innovation award

A local technology which gives drivers access to the world’s largest and most diverse selection of Internet radio content through their car stereo has won an major national IT inn

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Sfakianakis gives his all in Sydney

Sfakianakis’ first concert in Sydney was a major hit with thousands of fans rejoicing!

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Cyprus talks bring opening of Liminitis crossing closer

Establishing a crossing at Liminitis to allow movement to and from the northern Turkish occupied areas of Cyprus were the major topic of discussion at the latest meeting betwee

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Army service to be shortened to nine months

The Karamanlis government is proposing a reduction in the mandatory length of military service in the army to nine months.

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Greeks appointed to Refugee Tribunals

Two Greek Australians were appointed as members to the Migration Review Tribunal and the Refugee Review Tribunal.

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Greek day schools dodge swine flu

The Greek days schools in Melbourne are actively working with parents and children to ensure that they remain free of swine flu.