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Tsiolkas bags yet another prize for The Slap

Christos Tsiolkas continues his winning streak unabated by bagging the Victorian Premier’s Literary Prize for The Slap last night.

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Piraeus traders say revenue has dropped by one-fifth

Summer sales have been down 20% in Pireaus, according to the Pireaus Traders Association.

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Survey reveals jobs lost and under threat in 2009

Around 200,000 jobs have been lost or are threatened in the country since the beginning of the year, a survey by the General Confederation of Small Manufacturers and Traders of Gre

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Air conditioner replacement program in Greece a success

A ‘green’ scheme to replace old air conditioning units with new energy-efficient units has proven very successful with over 140 000 units replaced in the last three months.

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Greek Opposition reactions to wildfires

The handling by the Greek Government of the summer fire threat has attracted strident criticism from the Greek Opposition parties.

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Government responds to fires

A series of emergency measures were announced by the Greek Government following the fires in Attiki.

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Crean full of pride for Kingston

Simon Crean was at the start of the work on the Kingston Heath Regional Soccer facility, along with other local, State and Federal Government politicians.

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James Merlino to be patron of the 2009 PanHellenic Games

The Victorian Minister for Sport James Merlino launched the PanHellenic Games and was announced as the patron of the games.

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Foodies enamoured by masterchef Calombaris

George Calombaris was one of the top 15 chefs were featured at Taste of Melbourne on the weekend.

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Consul heralds prize for VCE excellence

Dr Charalampos Ladopoulos, the Greek Consul for Educational Affairs, was at Balwyn High School last week to presentation the 2008 Greek Premier’s Award to Effie Markesinis as a top

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