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Red Arrows in collision over Crete

Two jets from the British Royal Air Force’s Red Arrows aerobatics team collided over the island of Crete in the southern Aegean during a training exercise last week, resulting in t

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Greece rubbish on rubbish and recycling

Official data compiled by Eurostat has found that 77 percent of Greek garbage ends up in landfill.

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Brumby supports Greek language

The Victorian Premier John Brumby declared his support for the inclusion of Modern Greek in the national curriculum at the reception organised by the State Government to mark the G

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Great Greek National Day march

The Greek National Day Parade at the Shrine of Remembrance yesterday was a great success with the Parliamentary delegation from Greece impressed with the great number of community

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Sydney Festival ‘success’

The Greek Festival of Sydney launched two weekends ago with a successful two day ‘panygiri’ at Darling Harbour.

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Students embrace Greek Easter

Greek students across Melbourne finished off the first term of school by celebrating Greek Orthodox Easter.

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Victorian politicians speak up for Modern Greek

State and Federal politicians spoke out at the launch of th Antipodes Festival in support of the inclusion of Modern Greek into the national curriculum.

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A bright future for Black Swan Dips

Trade Minister Simon Cream launches a multimillion dollar extension of Black Swan Dips in Clayton.

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Europe to the rescue

The 16 countries of the Eurozone agreed on Thursday night to support the French-German rescue plan for the Greek economy.

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Anniversary of 25th March, 1821 Revolution celebrated throughout Greece

The March 25th national anniversary, marking the commencement of the 1821 Revolution against Ottoman rule, was celebrated throughout Greece on Thursday, with the main military para