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Aris declares play-off war!

The Macedonian side defeated Olympiakos 2-0 to get off to the ideal start in the play-offs, while PAOK moved to equal top spot after its 0-0 draw with AEK.

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Greek owned cafe caught in wrangle over city lease

Popular Bourke Street cafe, Sweet Mama’s Cafe has been evicted from its Melbourne council owned premise to make way for large youth fashion chain, Globalize.

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Violence mars rallies in Greece

The union organised marches across Greece to celebrate May Day and to protest against the austerity measures and the EU-IMF relief package were marred by incidents of violence i

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More super, less tax, simpler for business

The Rudd government announced yesterday a sweeping set of tax reforms as part of the Henry Tax review.

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Austerity bites in Oz

Teachers from Greece working in Victorian schools face major cuts in entitlements

Life

Collecting history and ideas from Greece

The Hellenic Museum features the various coin, pottery ollections of individuals which etch out the 3000 year old history of Greek civilisation.

Life

Sculpting providence

Konstantin Dimopoulos is one of Australia’s most engaged public sculptors.

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Europe approves giant Greece bailout

Massive bailout for Greece comes with deep and agonising economic cuts which will impact on all Greek citizens.

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PAOK join Olympiakos at top of play-off table

PAOK have joined Olympiakos at the top of the play-off mini-table as they shared a goalless draw with AEK in Athens while Olympiakos lost 2-0 at Aris on Wednesday.

Life

Book review: Falconera

Alexis Lada’s compelling story of love and adventure aboard a Greek Raiding Schooner in World War II is a great yarn, but much more, says Mike Sweet.