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Koutsantonis new SA Minister

Tom Koutsantonis is the first State politician of Greek background in South Australia to have been appointed as Minister.

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TV rules over Net for Greeks

A survey found that television in Greece is still by far the most popular medium for news but the Internet is catching up fast.

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Greek continues to protest over job loss

Fourty contractors sacked by construction giant John Holland continue their strike action.

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Celebration of Victoria’s diversity

George Lekakis talks about 2009 Cultural Diversity Week.

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Cyprus donates $100.000 for bushfire relief

The Cypriot Foreign Minister, Markos Kyprianou, announced a donation of $100 000 to Victorian bushfire victims while in Canberra for a series of meeting with Australian politicians

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Young Greek of the Week

Name Jessica Halibi, 14. Your greatest achievement(s)? Becoming Middle School Leader, knowing Greek and being less nervous at public speaking. Best thing about learning Greek? It is interesting and most …

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90 additional nursing home places for Greeks

Local aged care service provider Fronditha has announced a new 90 bed nursing home in Thornbury.

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Greek pub owner slams rise in Victorian land tax

Greek pub owner Nick Grigoriadis says a 400 percent increase in land tax will cost jobs.

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Xenophon may block laws

Independent Senator Nick Xenophon proposes changes to the Fair Work Bill currently before Federal Parliament.

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Tsiolkas on short list for the Commonwealth Writers Prize

Chris Tsiolkas and The Slap makes the short list for the 2009 Commonwealth Writers Prize

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