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Students of St. John’s College celebrated St. Haralambos

In the memory of the Hieromartyr St. Haralambos, the leaders of the student body of St. John’s Greek Orthodox College, attended the Divine Liturg

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Campaign to save Greek migration records

The future of Greek migration records hangs in the balance, with a Federal MP imploring us to do our bit to save the family history of Greek Australian generations to come

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Greek Australian heads new Party

The Australian Sovereignty Party is about transparent fiscal policies and level migration.

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Recession, unemployment bite into economy

The Greek economy has dropped back to 2001 levels.

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French leader’s visit lifts mood, boosts prospects

French President Francois Hollande is due in Athens today and is expected to back the government’s efforts to get the economy back on an even keel .

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Multicultural Awards in NSW open

Nominations open for the NSW Premier’s Multicultural Awards

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Minister vows ongoing support for Cyprus

Jason Clare MP, Minister for Home Affairs stresses the importance of Australia’s role in UNFICYP.

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Harsh welcome for Greek neo-nazi’s in Australia

The Greek community of Australia is up in arms over Golden Dawn’s wish to open Australian office.

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Hermes rising

Property developer puts Greek stamp on multimillion dollar apartment complex.

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Growing entries at St. John’s Greek Orthodox College

The start of the new school year has seen 33 new students enrol at the St. John’s Greek Orthodox College.

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