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Mature debate needed on flag issue

Three Greek Australian community leaders express their opinions on the issue of changing the Australian flag.

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Two Greeks honoured on Australia Day

John Christodoulou from NSW and Steve Tharenou from Queensland were amongst the many community figures whose contribution was acknowledged on Australia Day.

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The nation’s capital goes Greek

Canberra is going Greek again in preparation for the Greek Glendi, one of the key activities of the Capital Multicultural Festival held in Australia’s capital.

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MPs to investigate Vatopedi and Siemens scandals

Parliamentary committees of inquiry has been established into the Vatopedi Monastery land swap deal and into the Siemens scandal.

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One American, Two Britons, Arrested in Crete Synagogue Arsons

Greek police have arrested one American, two Britons and a local citizen for twice torching a 600-year-old synagogue in Crete.

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Victorian Premier joins Greek elderly at Australia Day celebration

The Victorian premier travelled down to Mornington to celebrate Australia Day with Greek seniors.

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Europe reserved on Greek plan

Greek Finance Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou expressed satisfaction last weekwith the acceptance of Greece’s Stability and Growth Program by Ecofin, the council of the European

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Talks with farmers deadlocked

Farmers are threatening to block traffic on major roads in Greece today (Monday) to demand full payment of subsidies they are entitled to and better prices for their produce.

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Prostitutes protest to call for legalisation of brothels

Dozens of prostitutes, most using headscarves or hoods to hide their faces, demonstrated in central Athens last week, demanding working licenses for brothels across Greece.

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Attack on Cretan synagogue condemned

An attack by arsonists on Crete’s only remaining JewishSynagogue, was condemned last week, as fears were expressed about more anti-Semitic attacks.

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