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New measures not austerity but structural reform

The approval by the Greek Parliament on Wednesday of the medium-term fiscal strategy programme was an important first step toward resolving its long-term economic woes

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EU drafts plan B for Greece

China interested in extending its commercial investment in Europe

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Minister defends police as Athens picks up the pieces

Athens began picking up the pieces on Thursday following an intense day of rioting on Wednesday, as the Greek Government attempted to defend the police from accusations by oppositi

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Women’s Sport Leader Program begins

The Multicultural Women’s Sport Leader Program is a comprehensive training program for women who would like to become more involved in local sporting clubs or community organisatio

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Women in leadership, a live issue in the community

Over 120 women attended the inaugural Cross Cultural Women’s Leadership Forum hosted by the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria (GOCMV) held on 16 June at BMW Edge,

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SA Government commits $600,000 to promote Greek culture

The South Australian Government has committed $600,000 over four years to the promotion and preservation of Greek language and culture in Adelaide

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Democracy’s cradle, rocking the world

Greece’s crisis has forced the European Union to face up to the very nature of what they stand for

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Pallaconian 50th celebrations

Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu was there to help the Pallaconian Brotherhood celebrate 50 years in Victoria

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Betting your life away

As a new study reveals that problem gambling is on the increase, Neos Kosmos tells the story of ‘Eleni’ whose gambling addiction almost destroyed her life

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Greek lawyer defends human rights of paedophile

Greek Australian lawyer George Defteros has taken up a landmark case of basic human rights as his client, a convicted paedophile,

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