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Growing garlic

Nick Diamantopoulos shares his experience of running Australian Garlic Producers, Australia’s largest domestic producer of garlic.

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Local conference on migration

A two day conference is being held at the Immigration Museum Melbourne on issues of migration in Australia and Greece.

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Hale’s helping hand to bushfire victims

Three weeks have passed since Flowerdale residents endured the devastation of Black Saturday. Peter Laliotis and his colleagues from Hales Institute, a private vocational training provider, have made the life …

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Australia Post wants Greek letters

Australia Post is celebrating its 200 years of operation by launching ‘Letters of Australia,’ a project to publish letters from all Australians.

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Hand in pocket sees Alphington Grammar $300,000 richer

Alphington Grammar was the beneficiary of a $300,000 donation by the Andrianakos family to help with the construction of th schools new multipurpose hall.

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International Women’s Day

International Womens Day will be celebrated on March 6 with a rich program of activities.

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Dora’s five day sweep through Washington and New York a success

Greek Foreign Minister, Dora Bakoyiannis, spent five days in Washington and New York meeting with senior figures from the US Administration and from the United Nations.

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‘No’ to venue licences in inner city Athens

The City of Athens council decided last week to put in place a moratorium on the issuing of new licenses to cafes, bars and restaurants in a number of areas in inner city Athens

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SAE Youth re-structures for success

The SAE Youth Council meeting in Melbourne announced the formation of a number of new subcommittees and reaffirmed the importance of the upcoming Pan Hellenic Games.

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Messimeri calls for more Greek aged funding

Voula Messimeri responds to her having been selected as Woman of the Year by the World Council for Hellenes Abroad (SAE) in Oceania by calling for additional funding of Greek aged