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Greek students receive Premier’s VCE Award

Three Greek-Australian students were awarded VCE Premier’s Awards for their academic performance in Year 12.

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Theophanous calls it quits at next election

Labor Upper House MP Theo Theophanous will step down from Parliament at the next State elections due in 2010.

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Alphington Grammar: approval for hall, $2m for class rooms

Alphington Grammar has enjoyed a double dose of good news with the granting of planning approval by City of Yarra for the construction of a multipurpose hall and the securing of $2

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Police spoil Theo’s party

Victorian Labor MP Theo Theophanous thanks his family for their support upon the dismissal of rape charges against him by the Melbourne Magistrates Court.

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Locals protest to prevent more deaths in Clayton

Vicroads inaction in installing a crossing where 78-year-old Anna Tsavasilis died has prompted her family and friends to organise a protest to stir the government authority into ac

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Pontiaki Estia vote to sell property

Pontiaki Estia members agreed to sell the clubrooms in Sunshine and to look for new clunrooms closer to the city.

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Car vandals wreak havoc in Oakleigh

Twenty cars parked on the street in Clarinda, Oakleigh South and Clayton South were damaged by a car vandal last week.

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Theophanous rape charge dropped

Theo Theophanous will not stand trial on the charge of raping a woman in his Parliament office on a September night in 1998.He has claimed racial stereotyping by the prosecuting

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Theophanous lawyer slams chief investigator

The defence attorney of Theo Theophanous slammed the conduct of the investigation by the leading police detective.

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Politicians and Journalists: Adversaries or Bedfellows?

George Megalogenis, senior political writer for The Australian, will be part of a panel discussion, at Melbourne University, on the relationship between politicians and journalists

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