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‘Panhellenic Games on track’ assures SAE

The funds necessary for organising the Panhellenic Games in November 2009 have been secured, accoding to the Coordinator of SAE Oceania and the Far East, George Angelopoulos.

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Monash councillors deny claims made by a State Liberal MP in Parliament

Allegations made by State Liberal MP Inga Peulich in the Victorian Parliament about the conduct of Greek councillors serving the City of Monash have been denied by the councillors.

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Karamanlis: it’s all about the economy

The Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis has called on his Ministers to focus on improving the Greek economy and called for a battle on tax evasion.

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Nimetz: ‘optimistic’ on solution

The UN secretary general’s personal envoy on the FYROM name issue Matthew Nimetz held meetings in Skoje and Athens last week.

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Rally for migrants descends into chaos

A protest against moves to toughen measures to combat illegal immigration has lead to clashes between protestors and police.

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Dump protest leads to clashes, fire and arrests

A protest against a local dump in Grammatiko,west of Athens, had dire consequences for local officials, police and residents.

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Orthodox Patriarchs kiss and make up

The visit of the newly elected Russian Orthodox Patriarch to Turkey has eased relations between the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Russian Orthodox Church.

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Vamvakinou caught in factional crossfire in Calwell

Conflict within the ranks of the ALP Left has led to a pre-selection challenge to Maria Vaamavkinou in the Federal seat of Caldwell.

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Theophanous committal hearing continues

The committal hearing of Theo Theophanous saw the alleged victim appear before the court and testimony from witnesses who contradicted many of her claims.

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Dr Kannourakis wins great honours

A Greek oncologist from Ballarat has been recognised by the Pride of Australia awards for his contribution to the health and wellbeing of his patients.