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Hoodies law

Tough new measures have been introduced to ensure heavier penalties for young people wearing hoodies who commit acts of vandalism.

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Don’t be a swine. You can eat pork.

Greek authorities have reassured the Greek public that their fears of eating pork following the swine flu scare are misplaced.

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EU recession talk ignores effects of government stimulus package

The Greek Finance Minister is unhappy that the latest European economic forecasts for 2009 do not take into account the Greek government’s latest efforts to boost the economy.

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Same-sex nuptials annulled

Greece’s first same-sex civil
marriages performed on the island of Tilos last year has been annulled on the grounds
that Greek law makes no specific provision for same-sex wed

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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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