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Giavris: The time is now for succession planning in the community

Vasilios Giavris makes the case that the time is ripe for the second and third generation to assume the reins of community leadership

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A new podiatry clinic in Oakleigh

Nick Nikolopoulos shares his experience of putting his best foot forward in running two successful podiatry practices.

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Premier walks for harmony

Thousands of people will be joining the Victorian Premier on a walk to celebrate Victoria’s religious and cultural diversity.

Life

Sakis goes ‘green’ in concert for environment

Sakis Rouvas performed in a concert last week attended by over 50,000 people to raise awareness of the need to protect the environment.

Life

Vissi’s summer tour starts with big bang!

Theatro Vrahon in Athens was packed to the rafters as Anna Vissi started her summer tour last weekend.

Life

Andrew Christofides showcases work

Three decades of three dimensional relief constructions by Andrew Christofides will be showcased at a Richmond gallery.

Dialogue

The Parthenon Marbles: righting a great historical wrong

David Hill makes the case for why the Parthenon Marbles should be returned to Greece.

Dialogue

Election promises mark start of new financial year

Dr Nick Economou looks at the political implications of the introduction of tax cuts and of a new industrial relations program on 1 July.

News

Free wireless in the Gazi district

The suburb of Gazi will be the fourth area of Athens that enjoys free wireless internet as a result of a Greek government initiative.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Cats’ makes Larnaca Festival

The London production of ‘Cats’ by Andrew Lloyd Webber is part of the 2009 Larnaca Festival program.