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Teacher shortage government’s biggest challenge

Greek education minister Anna Diamantopolou said the current teacher shortage is the sector’s biggest challenge.

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Megalogenis proclaims election “strangest ever”

George Megalogenis told a lunchtime crowd where the 2010 election was won and lost. Or, rather, just lost.

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Odds against major parties being able to deliver a full term

Former Chief of Staff to John Howard, Arthur Sinodinos, talks to Neos Kosmos about the 2010 federal election.

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Election results positive

The two reelected Labor MPs – Maria Vamvakinou and Steve Georganas – see the election result as having positive lessons for the Labor Party.

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Apodimi Compania in National Film and Sound Archive

Apodimi Compania have made the National Film and Sound Archive’s ‘Sounds of Australia’ list of aural treasures

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Migrant poem wins essay prize

A poem by a general practitioner about how the trauma of migrant parents affects their children has won a medical prize.

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School parents take fight to school for Greek

Greek parents whose children at Wale Street Primary are continuing their abttle to have Modern Greek restored to their school.

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Greece’s economy deeper in recession than forecast

The Greek economy is in deeper recession than expected by the Greek government.

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Corrections Victoria deny ‘Prison Masterchef’ incident

Corrections Victoria has slammed reports Greek Australian convicted serial rapist John Xydias participated in “Prison Masterchef”

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Himara killing: Albanian held

The man wanted for allegedly murdering an ethnic Greek in the Albanian town of Himara turned himself in to police.