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Visits to ancient sites fall

The number of visitors to ancient sites and museums is down, according to the Greek National Statistics office.

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Another squabble in battle for control of the GOCMV

The GOCMV President runs late so his opponents use their numbers to close a meeting scheduled to consider a petition calling for elections.

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SA Parliament to debate Pontian genocide

A motion recognising the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek genocides at the start of the 20th century will be debated by the South Australian Parliament.

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Greek RSL on ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day gives members of the Hellenic RSL the opportunity to have their contribution acknowledged.

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Coustas’ husband faces jail for kidnapping

Advertising executive, George Betsis, may end up in jail because of the abduction of his son but his wife, the actress Mary Coustas, declares she is ready to stand by her man.

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Death of Mayor’s aunt sparks call for safer crossing

The death of his 81 year old aunt at a railway crossing in Clayton has spurred the Kingston Mayor, Arthur Athanasopoulos, to call for safer crossings.

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Gurr’s work tops arts

Jim Gurr is one of 61 students whose VCE Art and Studio Art work is on display as part of the Tops Arts VCE 2008 Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.

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Young Greek of the Week

Andreas Solomou loves souvlaki and feels that funny is the one word that best describes him is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Pavlidis inquiry on tenterhooks

Former Greek Minister for the Aegean, Aristotelis Pavlidis, was grilled when he appeared before the parliamentary inquiry investigating whether his political immunity should be rem

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Paleocostas twice lucky flight

Vassilis Paleocostas is still on the loose after evading a roadblock and eluding an extensive police search in western Attiki.