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Call for young Greeks

Victorian Privacy Commissioner, Helen Versey, is establishing a Youth Reference Group and is calling on young Greek Australians to participate.

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Parents want wife for son

Nick lives in Sydney, works as a maribe engineer, owns three properties and, according to an ad placed in Neos Kosmos by is parents, is looking for a wife.

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Michael Angelakis:Adelaide’s lovable larrikin

Michael Angelakis shares his experience of running Angelakis Brothers, one of South Australia’s leading seafood, poultry and game wholesalers and retailers..

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Somali migrants left homeless

A police raid on two building in central Athens led to the arrest of 85 illegal migrants and their being declared public health risks.

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ALP Right fights Cyprus resolution at conference

The ALP National Conference in Sydney downgraded the ALP’s position on the Cyprus and excluded the Cyprus issue from Labor’s Foreign Affairs platform.

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Theo bids farewell in 2010

The stepping down of Theo Theophanous marks the end of an era.

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Two jabs against swine flu

A national swine flu action plan which will see Greece’s entire population vaccinated against swine flu was announced by the Greek Government.

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SAE meets Greeks of Hungary and Slovenia

The Greeks of Hungary were visited by the Secretary of the International Council for Hellenes Abroad who thanked them for their efforts to keep their Greek spirit alive.

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Tourism in central Athens hit by urban decline

Local hoteliers and travel agencies in Athens have reported that tourists are avoiding the centre of Athens as a result of the evident social decline in the Greek national capital.

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Greek PM meets with the Euro basketball champions

The Greek Under 20s mens baskettball team exchanged passes, banter and a basketball top with the Greek Prime Minster when he hosted them last week

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