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Young Greek of the Week

Tanya Gaudet, who loves tiropita and feels that happy-go-lucky is the one word that best describes her, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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AB Vassilopoulos profit drops 72%

A significant drop in consumption spending contributed to a massive drop in profits for Greek supermarket chain, AB Vassilopoulos.

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On the ball with Futsal

Peter Parthimos shares his experience of running Futsal Oz, one of Victoria’s leading organisers of indoor soccer.

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19-year-old charged over West Gate deaths

A 19 year old driver involved in a fiery crash on the West Gate Freeway which killed two young Greek Cypriots has been charged with culpable driving.

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$150,000 to Agapi Care from Ploutarhos concert

The Ploutarhos concert raised funds that will assist Agapi Care acquire a property to assist Greek Australians with disabilities.

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Ombudsman damns Brimbank

A nine month investigation into Brimbank Council has resulted in an Ombudsman report critical of councillors and their conduct.

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Karamanlis addresses Eastern Partnership Summit

Costas Karamanlis spoke on energy security issues when he addressed the Eastern Partnership Summit held in Prague.

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No jobs, so Greek Masters’student numbers swell

A survey reveals that Greek university students do not believe that a undergraduate degree is sufficient to enhance their life and employment prospects.

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Road worthy tests for michanakia

Scooters and motor cycles in Greece will be required to undergo a roadworthiness test every two years as of 2010.

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Right wing thugs attack migrant squatters’ camp

A protest by Greek neo-Nazi group, Chryssi Avghi, against migrants squatting in an abandoned building led to a series of clashes in the streets of central Athens.

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