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Public discerns a rise in crime

A survey reveals that Greeks feel that the level of crime has worsened in the last 12 momnth

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Greece returns stolen paintings

Fragments of wall paintings stolen from a church in Italy were returned by Greek authorities.

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Greek PM not tired and looking to leave

Members of the Greek Government deny media reports that the Greek Prime Minister has an exit strategy.

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Lonsdale St renewal starts

The Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Robert Doyle, reveals the details and the timelines for the enhancement of the Greek Precinct in the Melbourne cbd.

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Olympic sale agreement signed

Contracts were signed for the sale of Olympic Airways to the Marfin Investment Group.

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Doctor’s fatal mistake

A Melbourne doctor is reprimanded for inadvertently causing the death of a 73 year old Greek male.

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Committal hearing for Theophanous

Theo Theophanous will appear before the Melbourne Magistrate’s Court in July to face charges of alleged rape.

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The art of floralism

The ikebana flower display by Emily Karanikolopoulos is one of the highlights of the 2009 Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.

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$3.5 million for Melbourne’s Greek Precinct

The Brumby Government will spend $3.5 million dollars to rejuvenate Melbourne’s Greek precinct.

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Over 150 000 people a sign of success

The Antipodes Festival on Lonsdale Street was overwhelming success with thousands of Melbournians attending the weekend Festival.