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Armed robbers terrorise Greek Vietnam vet and family

James Frangos warns fellow business owners to have proper safety procedures in place after he and his family were terrorized by four armed burglars in his Ballarat home.

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Marcos draws qualifier but early threats loom

Greek Cypriot and local fan favourite Marcos Baghdatis has received a favourable first round draw for the Australian Open.

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Roos prepare to take out trash talking Koreans

After three days of talking themselves up and each other down, Australia and Korea Republic finally hit the pitch in the early hours of tomorrow (Saturday)morning in a battle for G

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Troubling meeting between Cypriot leaders

Power-sharing discussions continue to trouble Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders

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Rehouse Queensland’s Flood Victims

Petitioners are asking the Federal government to prioritise the budget towards financial relief for Queensland’s flood affected areas

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Islanders progress to Greek Cup Q/Fs

The Greek islands of Corfu and Rhodes will each have a representative in the Greek Cup quarter finals after Kerkyra and Diagoras progressed to the quarter finals.

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First radiation therapy centre for children opens in Greece

Children with cancer will now be able to receive treatment at Greece’s first radiation centre for children

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Reds knock-off Greens in derby to stay undefeated

Olympiakos was the big winner in the major A1 basketball derby after the reds scored a 65-61 win at OAKA stadium to take over top spot in the league.

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EU Commissioner: No restructuring of Greek debt

Debt restructuring in Greece or any other eurozone country would have negative consequences and the eurozone does not want it to happen, Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner

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NUGAS Victoria committee named for 2011

The Victorian branch of the National Union of Greek Australian students (NUGAS) selected their new committee for 2011 this week.