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Venizelos a strong contender for PASOK leadership

The PASOK leadership contest took a new turn this week with Health Minister Andreas Loverdos declaring his backing for Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos.

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Deal or no deal

Euro zone to agree on a second Greek bailout by February 6.

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Ancient world study tour on again

This year the Australian Archeological Institute at Athens (AAIA) and the University of Queensland will be working together to help students embark on a research and study trip to

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We Can Walk It Out

On Sunday 26 February, Cathy Alexopoulos will join hundreds of Australians raise money and awareness for ovarian cancer.

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International students face benefit cuts in Queensland

Queensland’s international students will soon have to take on extra costs following the state governments decision to charge foreign students for their children’s school fees.

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Lucky country no more

Greek migrants tell of discrimination and exploitation.

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Omirou to visit Australia

The Cypriot President of the House of Representatives Yiannakis Omirou has accepted an invitation for an official visit to Australia during February.

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Schism threatens Federation of Greek Communities

An ecclesiastical coup threatens the unity of the Federation of Greek Communities of Australia.

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Labor cost has dropped 14 per cent

Total labor costs across the country posted a 14.3 per cent drop in the period from the first quarter of 2010 to the third quarter of 2011, according to a study by the National Ins

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Setting the foundations

The foundations were laid down last Sunday for the early stages of the building of the new community centre and church hall for The Transfiguration of our Lord in Thomastown, Victo

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