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News – 11 May, 2009
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.
A significant drop in consumption spending contributed to a massive drop in profits for Greek supermarket chain, AB Vassilopoulos.
Peter Parthimos shares his experience of running Futsal Oz, one of Victoria’s leading organisers of indoor soccer.
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.
The Ploutarhos concert raised funds that will assist Agapi Care acquire a property to assist Greek Australians with disabilities.
A nine month investigation into Brimbank Council has resulted in an Ombudsman report critical of councillors and their conduct.
Costas Karamanlis spoke on energy security issues when he addressed the Eastern Partnership Summit held in Prague.
A survey reveals that Greek university students do not believe that a undergraduate degree is sufficient to enhance their life and employment prospects.
Scooters and motor cycles in Greece will be required to undergo a roadworthiness test every two years as of 2010.
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.