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Greek Australians step up to the crease

Greek Australian cricketers head to Corfu in September for Corfu’s first Cricket Festival.

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Housing prices down by up to 10 percent

Residential property prices in the first six months of the year fell by an average of 4 to 10 percent in Athens

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New blood takes over the helm

The newly-elected president of the Cypriot Community of Melbourne and Victoria, 47-year old Harry Tsindos, talks about his plans.

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Opposing trends in enrolments

Greek language enrolments are down at La Trobe University, but promising at Monash.

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First service in 88 years at Panageia Soumela

Pontians across Australia joined many Greeks who spent this weekend commemorating Panageias (The Feast of the Dormition of the Theotokou) because of their veneration of Panageia So

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Greek issues top on the Greens list

Australian Greens candidate for Bendigo Kymberlie Dimozantos believes that the Greens’ policies on education, healthcare and renewable energy would benefit all of the community, in

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Interest rates

Mark Bouris says the RBA’s decision to hold off on interest rate rises is a bonus for borrowers

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Great divide on property issue in Cyprus

When it comes to property rights, the gap between Greek Cypriots and Turksish Cypriots is huge.

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Greece meets all targets

EU and IMF officials say Greek reforms are ‘on track’

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Brothers love to host the post

Post office co-owner Jim Kompogiorgas finds that when you own your own business, posting profits is a lot easier.

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