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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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Greek plumber wins award

Petros Goutziomitros won the Rose Curtis Legacy Award for excellence as part of the Master Plumbers’ and Mechanical Services Association of Australia Gold Medal and Training Awards

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Calamari ready for frying

Since the arrival of Greeks and Italians in Australia, calamari has become a sought out seafood and calamari season is now open in Victoria.

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Cyprus talks focus on security

The thirty fifth round of discussions of the United Nations-backed talks between Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders focussed on the issue of security.

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Greece has major role to play in the region

The leader of PASOK, George Papandreou, critiqued Greek foreign policy last week and addressed the major role Greece can play in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.

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New bill allows Greek technical colleges to close departments

A bill submitted to the Greek Parliament will give Greek technical colleges the ability to close departments with low enrolments.

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Foreign tourists love Greece

A Greek surveyu of tourists has revealed that foreign tourists enjoy coming to Greece and rate the experience highly.

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Smokers react: court action against bans

Smokers have launched court action against the smoking restrictions in public spaces.

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Summer sales

The start of the summer sales in Greece has seen Greek authorities issue a warning for shoppers to buy wisely.

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Court spares thirties building from demolition

A Council of State decisions has seen a treasured art deco building in Athens which blocked the view of the Acropolis for visitors to the New Acropolis Museum Court escape demoliti

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