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Church condemns monk’s theft of woman’s remains

Cypriot Archbishop Chrysostomos this week condemned as sacrilege, the theft of a woman’s remains in Greece by three Cypriots, including a monk, who claimed they did it because she

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Let the games begin

The 2011 PanHellenic Games in Darwin will go ahead, despite huge budget cuts from the Greek
government.

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Tertiary course offers roll in

The moment Year 12 graduates have been waiting for finally arrived for Victorian and South Australian students this week as university offers were released.

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Moreland make big splash as release cd to teach water safety to ‘new’ arrivals

Moreland City Council in Melbourne has launched a new communication tool aimed at teaching water safety to newly arrived migrants and refuges.

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Greece seeks Aussie solutions to obesity

Greek Junior Minister for Health and Social Development, Christos Andonis visited Australia last week to discuss Australian programs to battle obesity.

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Oakleigh priest elected new Australian assistant bishop

The Ecumenical Patriarchate has unanimously elected Archimandrite Iakovos Tsigounis who ministers at the parish in Oakleigh as an Assistant Bishop to Archbishop Stylianos of Austra

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Cretans prepare for busy year ahead

Over 200 delegates from outside Tasmania flocked to the state capital earlier this month for the 31st national convention of the Cretan Federation of Australia and New Zealand.

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Baghdatis battles on to 3rd round

Marcos Baghdatis progresses to the third round of the 2011 Australian Open with a four set victory over Juan Martin Del Potro

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Bun in the oven for MasterChef judge

George Calombaris and his partner have announced they are expecting a baby, due in July

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Marcos wins in five-set thriller

Baghdatis first round win sets up match with 2009 US Open champion Del Potro in the second round of the Australian Open.

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