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Greek anger at German reports

The speaker of the Greek Parliament Filippos Petsalnikos has condemned German press reports on Greece’s financial crisis that he said “surpassed all limits” .

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Olympic Air and rival Aegean agree to merge

Greece’s two largest airlines, Olympic Air and rival Aegean, have announced that they have agreed to join forces in a bid to survive the country’s economic downturn and increased c

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Parliament probes economy for answers

The Papandreou government proposal to set up of a Parliamentary fact-finding committee into the economy was approved last week despite the strong opposition from main Opposition pa

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Blanket ban on smoking for Greece

Banning smoking in all public places is an option being seriously considered by the Greek Health Ministry, as officials look to overhaul the current ban, which is generally accepte

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It’s all Greek to them

A forum to discuss languages education with the Greek ccommunity took place last Monday at the building of the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne Victoria (GOCMV).

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All over a name

ON Thursday the screening at Melbourne’s Forum’s Theatre of a film titled, A name is a name: a film about a nation being held hostage because of its name, has drawn a

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Uni clubs mark O-Week

Greek clubs across Australia have celebrated the start of the new academic year by having stalls at Orientation week in a bid to sign up new students.

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New national council for NUGAS

The National Union of Greek Australian Students (NUGAS) have elected a new national council, following their annual general meeting in Queensland.

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Eat what you grow

Last week saw the launch of Vasili’s 101 See Ways to Grow It and Eat It at the Munro Street Garden Centre in Coburg.

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Nationwide strike paralyzes Greece

A nationwide strike called by public and private sector unions in Greece over the austerity program introduced by the Papandreou Government saw police clash with demonstrators on t

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