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Black Swan success story

Con Saristavros shares his experience of running Black Swan Dips, one of Australia’s largest producers of dips.

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Judicial noose closing on Siemens scandal suspects

The Siemens bribery scandal saw two Siemens officials being hospitalised and remanded following their testimony, the wife and three daughters of a fugitive executive arrested and a

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Athens climate change conference leads to declaration

A UNESCO sponsored international conference on climate change in Greece led to the signing of the Athens Declaration on Vulnerable Children and Climate Change.

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More inspectors added

100 additional inspectors will be employed to catch fare evaders on public transport in Athens.

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Greek broadcasting regulator bans reality show ‘The moment of truth’

A Greek reality show has been been banned in Greece for being offensive and demeaning for participants.

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Parliamentary inquiry on Australia’s obesity released

A Parliamentary inquiry into obesity headed by MP Steve Georganas released their recommendations today and argues for tax breaks for gyms but advertisers of fast foods will still b

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Greek voters apathetic on EU Elections

Greek expatriate voters disillusioned and apathetic about this Sunday’s EU elections.

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Bilingual childrens book competition

The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia is calling for invitations for applications for bilingual childrens books.

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Greeks indifferent to European elections

Greek polls suggest that 59% of Greeks are not interested in the upcoming European elections, a figure that has the two major political parties worried about a low voter turnout.

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Swine flu shuts schools

An additional 94 cases today has taken the the total number of swine flu sufferers in Melbourne to 306 cases and led to the closure of six schools.

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