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New battle for Leonidas

The erection of the statue of ancient Spartan King Leonidas on Sparta Place in Brunswick has caused an uproar amongst some local traders and Greek community representatives.

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GOCs prepare for elections in December

The two central Greek Orthodox Communities in Sydney and in Melbourne are preparing for elections in December.

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Medical costs rise as satisfaction falls

Greek-Australians are calling for the rise in the cost of consulting a GP be accompanied by an increase in the quality of service that they provide to their patients.

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Stalwarts seek to address financial future of the Cypriot Community

Respected elders of the Cypriot Community of Melbourne, Victoria, held a meeting to discuss the future of the Cypriot community of Melbourne in light of the Community’s financial w

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Huge croc caught in NT

THE largest saltwater crocodile to be caught by Northern Territory rangers this year was found one kilometre from a popular swimming hole near Darwin.

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Greek Australians take charge of CBD hotel

Two Greek Australian investors reignite commercial property interest in Perth with $44 milion deal.

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Young Greek of the Week

Nick Palousis, who loves fakes and feels that fearless is the best word to describe him is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Greek mum’s turn to shine

A Greek Australian housewife came third in the Mrs World Australia beauty pageant.

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A Spartan’s simple approach to successful retailing

Peter Tsoutouras shares his experience of running Spartan Electrical, Adelaide’s best retailer of kitchen, laundry and home entertainment appliances.

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Greek PM’s alarm over the economy

Greek Prime Minister, George Papandreou set out his government’s aims for the next four years but stressed that the poor state of the economy means that PASOK will have to take som

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