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Apokries comes to Clayton

Because apokries carnival in Greece falls on the same day as the annual Clayton Community Festival, Manasis School of Greek Dance and Culture is encouraging all to dress up, wear a

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Our business: Alpha band

This week’s business profile features the entertainment group Alpha Band.

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Pizza for GOYA

The Greek Orthodox Youth of Australia (GOYA) are holding a pizza and sign-on night, where junior members can join.

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Journalist fined for calling Merkel a ‘tart’

Radio journalist Yiorgos Trangas has been fined 25,000 euros for calling Angela Merkel the ‘tart of Berlin’.

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Olympia theft worse than feared

Police said this week that 77 artefacts – more than what was initially estimated – were snatched in last week’s armed robbery at Ancient Olympia

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Compulsive hoarders ‘need medical help’

Compulsive hoarders, people who have an obsession with collecting and storing often worthless objects are being starting to be recognised as people who genuinely have a form of a m

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Carcinogens present in the workplace, says study

Carcinogens in the workplace are to blame for about 5000 cancers each year, according to an article published in the Medical Journal of Australia this week.

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Manufacturing industry feels the pinch

The reduction of tariffs and the strong Australian dollar has created a squeeze on the manufacturing industry and Bill Sardelis, commercial director of South Australian company Car

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Rudd resigns

Kevin Rudd has announced his resignation as Foreign Minister.

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Nearly 700,000 euros missing from air force coffers

In what may turn out to be the biggest embezzlement case documented in the armed forces, a prosecutor is investigating the whereabouts of 683,000 euros that went missing from air f

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