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Show us your kefi!

Young Greeks with talent will be able to show their wares as part of the 2009 Odyssey Festival in Adelaide.

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Building success from a garage

John Kyrgios shares his experience of running John Kyrgios and Associates, one of Melbourne’s leading structural engineering practices.

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Tacticos now a Councillor on banking’s peak body

George Tacticos is the first representative of a Hellenic bank appointed to the Council of the Australian Bankers’ Association.

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New Greek Ambassador arrives in Canberra

The new Greek Ambassador, Alex Christopoulos, spoke of the excellent bilateral relations between Australia and Greece, after submitting his credentials to the Australian Governor-G

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Four detained in terror probe

Greek police have detained four members of a militant anarchist group who are believed to be responsible for a number of bomb blasts in Athens.

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Greek PM: Reject ‘those who negate truth’

New Democracy leader, Costas Karamanlis, has attacked the foreign policy record of George Papandreou and PASOK during their last term in government.

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PASOK leader: country must change course

PASOK leader, George Papandreou has asked for a ‘a vote of confidence and a strong mandate for absolute parliamentary majority’ from the Greek electorate at a rally in Crete.

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Christofias points finger at Turks for slow progress in Cyprus talks

The President of Cyprus, Dimitris Christofias, discussed the slow progress of the talks in Cyprus in the lead up to his address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

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Television debates make voters ponder

The two election debates in Greece last week saw the leaders of the major political parties stake their claims for support from the Greek electorate.

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It’s all Greek to their ears

The University of New South Wales and the Hellenic Studies Foundation appear to be at loggerheads over the discussions recently held in relation to the future of the Modern Greek D