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The Internet poses risks to young users

Greek parents are more likely than their counterparts in Denmark or Sweden to supervise their children surfing the Internet but are less aware of the online risks threatening young

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Major pension reforms unveiled

A package of changes to the country’s pension system aimed at ensuring the system’s viability in the coming decades was announced by the government last week.

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Greek Carnival season in full swing

The Carnival season was in full swing throughout Greece last week in the lead up to the 40-days of Lent.

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Two Greek major airlines discuss merger

Aegean Airlines took the market by surprise last week when it announced it is in talks with rival Olympic Air on a possible deal “for possible cooperation,” adding that there is no

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Autism Angels continue their fight

The future of Autism Angels is still up in the air despite a meeting between Despina Havelas and Brimbank Council.

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Dupas seeks permanent stay of new trial

Peter Dupas who had been convicted of the death of Mersina Halvagis will seek a permanent stay of a new trial for the murder.

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Mandela’s Greek lawyer to tour Australia in March

One of South Africa’s leading human rights lawyers, George Bizos, is touring Australia to present public lectures on human rights in pre-and post-apartheid South Africa.

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Vourlis’ friends speak of dangers of speeding

Friends of 17 year-old car accident victim, Bobby Vourlis from Sydney are urging young people to resist the urge to speed because, “the only place it will get you is to a cemetery.

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Grow it and eat it!

Popular Greek gardner and television presenter is launching his latest book, Vasili’s 101 Ways to Grow It and Eat It.

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Victorian goverment consultations on language education strategy

A public consultation with the Greek community on language education in Victorian schools is being organised by Victorian MPs John Pandazopoulos and Jenny Mikakos.

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