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Miliband calls for bizonal solution on Cyprus division

Britain’s Foreign Secretary David Miliband last week expressed his support for a Cyprus settlement in the form of “a bizonal, bicommunal joint entity” following talks with his Gree

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Rebel monks battle police at monastery

Police in northern Greece clashed with demonstrators who tried to force their way into the Orthodox Christian monastic sanctuary of Mount Athos.

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Young Greek of the Week

Gabriella Margonis, who loves tzatziki and feels that happy is the one word that best describes her, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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From Tirnavos to Australia fine Greek products

Archie Tsoukras shares his experience of running Tinarvos Imports, one of Australia’s largest importers of Greek alcoholic beverages.

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Second child porn arrest at school

A leading Melbourne private school has suspended a Greek Australian teacher following his arrest on child pornography charges.

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AMAC’s General Meeting branded a “success”

The Australian Macedonian Advisory Committee announced exciting plans for its future expansion at its annual general meeting.

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Xenophon opposes petrol station mergers

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon has opposed the proposed merger between Caltex and Mobil on the grounds that motorists will end up paying higher prices.

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NUGAS wrangling over future direction

A leaked internal report accuses the entire national committee of the National Union of Greek Australian Students as being dysfunctional and ineffective.

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Greeks Australians make 200 BRW rich list

Six Greek Australians from across Australia made the 2009 BRW Rich List.

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Erdogan stirs ethnic debate

The statement by Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that the Turkish treatment of ethnic minorities were the result of a ‘fascist mentality’ has stirred both internal an