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30 Years: A Festival’s Journey

A former president of the Greek Festival of Sydney, Nick Papanikitas, will guide you through 30 years of the Sydney festival.

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Dodecanesian Liberation Day Celebrations

The Dodecanesian Federation of Australia (DFA) will be celebrating Dodecanesian Liberation day on Sunday.

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Shopkeepers in Greece unite

Traditional store owners in Athens are trying to boost sales by working together to offer new services.

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Greek PM moves two ministers in mini-reshuffle

Greece’s technocrat prime minister, Lucas Papademos, moved two government ministers on Tuesday, in a mini cabinet reshuffle unlikely to affect the debt-laden country’s efforts to a

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Greek Australian of the century dies

Dr Archivides Kalokerinos passed away peacefully on March 1. Dr Kalokerinos, a proud Hellene, was awarded Greek Australian of the Century by Neos Kosmos in 2000 for his tireless wo

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The “eyes and ears” of the VMC

The Regional Advisory Councils (RACs) of the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) were announced at the multicultural media conference on Tuesday.

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Retail turnover rises 0.3 per cent in January 2012

The latest ABS Retail Trade figures show that Australian retail turnover rose 0.3 per cent in January 2012, seasonally adjusted, following a fall of 0.1per cent in December 2011.

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Greek migrant women of Melbourne

The Hellenic Women’s Federation of Victoria will be hosting an International Women’s Day Celebration for 2012, with the theme Greek Migrant Women of Melbourne.

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Venizelos warns holdouts as IIF members back PSI

Greece warned private bondholders thinking of rejecting the offer for a debt restructuring deal not to do so as Athens edged closer on Monday to securing the level of participation

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Energy alliance for Greece, Israel and Cyprus

Athens to sign cooperation memorandum, search for hydrocarbon quantities in the Aegean too.

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