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Tax hikes fuel petrol station closures

A large number of petrol stations may be forced to close due to growing problems in the sector according to the Greek industry body representing petrol station owners.

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Elderly couple lose their ‘Castle’

Seventy-two-year-old Hariklia Vorgiatzidis and her sick husband Nikos are heartbroken that their Footscray home will be bulldozed to make way for the Victorian Government’s $4.3 bi

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Down but not out

Tourism to Greece has reduced since the economic downturn but it remains steady.

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Greece trip not cancelled

The immersion program run by the Greek government for 8 – 12 year old Greeks of the diaspora to travel to Greece are being postponed because of a lack of funds.

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Greek families stay strong

Professor Demetrios Georgas presented a public lecture in which he presented the findings of his research into the Greek family in Greece and abroad.

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Greece to press Karagiozis claims

Greeks challenge UNESCO claim on Karagiozis lineage

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Mark Bouris: We don’t need a rate rise

Mark Bouris the head of Yellow Brick Road provides Neos Kosmos readers with his personal wisdom on finances and business leadership

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Premier honours Greek students

Five Greek Australian students in Victoria were honoured with a Premier’s VCE Award

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Greek families still strong

Greek families are still strong but no-one listens to dad anymore says visiting Professor Georgas

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Houdini’s life, a manual for freedom

Angelo Loukakis talks about his latest book, Houdini’s Flight with Neos Kosmos’ John-Paul Hussey

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