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SAE’s medal stuff-up!

Four months after the end of the PanHellenic Games held in Melbourne in November last year, 34 winning athletes have yet to receive their medals.

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Greek language in NT: A case study of success

The teaching of the Greek language and culture in the NT and especially in Darwin is a success story that can serve as a case study for the rest of Australia.

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Greek Conservative Coalition holds successful events

The Greek Australian Conservative Coalition (GACC) held a successful luncheon function in Sydney attended by 120 guests at which Arthur Sinodinos was the guest of honour.

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AMAC calls for new membership

The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council (AMAC) is looking for new members to join their renewed and restructured committe.

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Greeks plead guilty to bashing

Two Greek Australians have pleaded guilty to charges of affray and intentionally causing injury to a man in a Hungry Jack’s restaurant in Prahran.

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Minor parties aim for major impact

A handful of Greek-Australians are hoping to be the catalyst for major political reform in South Australia, by having a significant impact on the result of the state election to

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Include Modern Greek

Neos Kosmos leads a campaign for the inclusion of Modern Greek into the national curriculum

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Record number of Greek candidates in SA elections

A total of 20 Greek Australians are candidates in the South Australia elections which will take place on March 20.

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Greece high on list for EU tourists

Greece is the fourth most popular tourist destination in the European Union in 2010 according to the Eurobarometer survey.

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20 percent of Greeks below poverty line

Twenty percent of Greece’s population are facing poverty according to a survey conducted by the National Statistics Service on living conditions and income earned in 2008.

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