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Multicultural flavour to small business Festival

Victoria’s multicultural business networks were recognised as part of the Victorian Government’s Energise Enterprise Small Business Festival.

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Childcare reform a double edged sword

The proposed Federal Government reforms to child care has drawn a mixed response from Greek Australian parents.

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Freeze on liquor licences extended

The Victorian Government has extended the freeze on late-night liquor licences in inner Melbourne.

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Pensioners trapped in red tape

A number of readers of Neos Kosmos have contacted the newspaper complaining about the bureaucratic nightmare they have found themselves in as a result of the Social Security Agreem

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Greek wildfire rages near Athens, threatens homes

The Greek government has declared a state of emergency as the national capital is threatened by fire.

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La Trobe renames Greek Research Centre

A broader brief for the Greek research centre at La Trobe University will see the centre renamed and the Director’s position readvertised.

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Gruevski’s visit to Australia raises alarm

The possibility of FYROM President, Nikola Gruevski, visiting Australia to sign a bilateral social security agreement between the FYROM and Australia has raised questions about wha

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Unemployment rises t0 8.5% in Greece

Unemployments has risen in Greece in the last 12 months with women suffering the brunt of job losses.

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Hotelier in Athens takes action for loss of revenue

Hotelier Alexandros Arapakis is looking to take the Greek state and the City of Athens to court for losses in revenue due to rising crime and lawlessness in the centre of Athens.

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Greek economy’s first slide in 16 years

The Greek economy declined for the first time in 16 years in the second quarter of 2009.

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