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Greek Australian poet bound for slam finals in USA

Luka ‘Lesson’ Haralampou is the second Australian to compete in the World Individual Slam Poetry Finals in the USA.

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Mark Bouris: A new path out of interest rates

Mark Bouris on people’s response to interest rate rises

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Labor promises $1 million for ethnic media

Victorian Premier John Brumby recognises the importance of ethnic media with a $1 million grant under a reelected Labor government

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Commitment to community languages in Victoria

With less than two weeks till the Victorian state election, both major parties have announced policies for community languages.

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$80 000 for liver disease research

Valasia Papadakis raised $80 000 to research a cure for the rare liver disease that threatened the life of her daughter

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PASOK on top in local government elections

Greece’s ruling PASOK party won the majority of regional run-off elections on Sunday but turnout was a record low across the country.

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Acropolis Museum wins prestigious award

The Acropolis Museum in Athens has won a prestigious global award as the Best Worldwide Tourism Project for 2010.

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48 kilo cocaine bust in Patras and Athens

Four people were arrested and about 48 kilos of cocaine were seized by authorities in the western port city of Patras and in Athens in a cocaine bust last week.

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Greek Nun Makes Sexual Harassment Allegations, hands $500,000 to the Police

Greek Orthodox monasteries in the Unuted STates have become embroiled in scandal.

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New section of the national highway opens

A new section of the Corinth-Tripoli national highway in the Peloponnese opened last week.

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