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Modern Greek still in the mix

The delegation of the Australian Hellenic Council (AHC) that traveled to Canberra last week to meet Education Minister Julia Gillard, has learnt that Modern Greek can still make

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Bank of Cyprus Australia opens new head office at Rialto Tower

Bank of Cyprus Australia’s new head office was officially opened at the iconic Rialto Towers last week by the Honourable Mr. John Brumby, Premier of Victoria.

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Mining tax not a ‘super’ guarantee

Controversy over the Resources Super Profits Tax is peaking due to the perceived potential negative impact on the mining industry and the government’s hotly debated $38 million

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Papandreou issues stark warning

Prime Minister George Papandreou gave a stark warning to all parties that they could face a terrible public backlash

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A masterful mobile mechanic

Con Skliros shares his experience of becoming a self-employed mobile mechanic.

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Refugee advocate hits out

Kon Karapanagiotidis is the son of Greek migrants, his father’s side were refugees from Turkey, so he identifies with modern displacement and desperation.

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Georgiou bows out true to form

Veteran Liberal Petro Georgiou wrapped up his 35 year parliamentary career last week, with a valedictory speech that reflected perfectly his time of service: honest, unafraid an

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Greek Masterchef contestant evicted

Botching an oyster terrine recipe has cost Peter Kritikides his position in the Masterchef series

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Pope preaches peace in Cyprus

The first by a pope to Cyprus was described as ‘historic’ by President Dimitris Christofias, who said the divided island was in need of the pontiff’s ‘words of peace.’

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Young Greek of the week: George Nicolacopoulos

George Nicolacopoulos is a nineteen year old trainee pilot at RMIT Point Cook