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Big Fat fundraiser to help kids

A fundraiser being organised by Helen Karamoutsos is raising funds for the Kids Helpline.

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Greek karate instructor going on strong at 61

John Tzinis shares his experience of having run a successful karate school for 25 years in Balwyn.

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Young Greek of the Week

Alexander, who loves pastissio and feels that stubborn is the one word that best describes him, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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AMAC ready to respond to Gruevski’s visit

The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council will be smeeting to discuss a course of action in relation to Mr Gruevski’s planned visit to Australia where he is expected to sign a

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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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