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Andronas takes major architectural prize

Arthur Andronas has won the prestigious Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage for the his work on conserving St. Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne.

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Six shot in attack on police

Five police officers and one cadet were shot during an armed attack against a police station in the Athens suburb of Agia Paraskevi Greek authorities announced on Wednesday.

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AEU President calls for action on teacher shortages

AEU President Angelo Gavrielatos calls for action on teacher shortages following the release of a national survey of public school principals.

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Gruevski ‘call for unity’ draws response

Comments by the FYROM Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in Sydney has prompted a clear cut response from Greece.

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Immigrants drown as boat sinks

Eight immigrants drown off the island of Lesvos when their boat ran aground and sinks.

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Young Greek of the Week

Angelia Gentikoglou, who loves gyro and says the best word to describe her is determined, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Graduation for Year 12 students

Greek students across Melbourne celebrated the end of Year 12 with graduation dinners and muck up days.

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Rudd greets Gruevski in Canberra

Kevin Rudd welcomed FYROM Prime Minister Nicola Gruevski to Australia with an official welcome at Parliament House in Canberra.

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Greece rapped over knuckles for dodgy stats

Greece was called to account for the unreliability of its figures on the level of national debt at the EU Finance Ministers meeting in Luxembourg last week.

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Greece and Cyprus pressure Turks

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has called for the reunification of Cyprus and the withdrawal of Turkish troops during his visit to Cyprus last week.