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Macedon – Child of a God: launch

Enter the world of ancient Greece at the launch of Macedon – Child of a God in Canberra.

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New deputy labor minister to take oath

Nikos Panagiotopoulos is set to be appointed Deputy Labor Minister in a swearing-in ceremony taking place on Thursday morning.

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Migrant communities tipping the scales

Although the Mediterranean diet is helping Greeks maintain their health.

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Coalition leaders agree to bring forward bailout renegotiation

The leaders of the three parties that form Greece’s coalition government agreed to speed up the process by which Athens will ask its lenders for changes to the bailout.

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Surges in online gambling concern community

A rise in online gambling numbers is raising concerns that the expensive habit is spiraling out of control.

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Pensioner can’t volunteer due to crime he didn’t commit

Greek Australian John Kallios has been restricted from volunteering at a Greek Australian nursing home for a minor stealing offence from 35 years ago that he didn’t commit.

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Cas and Jonesy tour Oz

Intrepid explorers and adventurers James Castrission and his friend Justin Jones – known as Cas and Jonesy.

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Surcharging crack down

Credit card analysts predict the average surcharge levied will more than halve when the Reserve Bank moves to stop businesses slugging customers with excessive fees.

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A food business education

Lawyer Peter Panagiotopoulos intends to educate small business owners on the dangers and pitfalls of running a food business.

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Diaspora fundraising campaign raises $10,000

Just over $10,000 was raised by the Hellenic Democratic Initiative at its fundraising dinner held on Sunday 8 July.

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