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One million dollars granted to transform Kingston tip site

Kingston Council has received $1 million from the State Government to develop a land management plan for its Green Wedge areas dominated by tips and mounds.

Life

PJ chews the fat

A diet of burger, chips and pizza has seen former underwear model Paul James put on 40kg in an effort to understand fat people.

News

Pavlidis vote in Parliament five short of indictment

Greek MP Aristotelis Pavlidis escaped facing corruption charges when a motion in the Greek Parliament to lift his political immunity fell five votes short of being passed.

News

Karamanlis addresses Eastern Partnership Summit

Costas Karamanlis spoke on energy security issues when he addressed the Eastern Partnership Summit held in Prague.

News

No jobs, so Greek Masters’student numbers swell

A survey reveals that Greek university students do not believe that a undergraduate degree is sufficient to enhance their life and employment prospects.

News

Road worthy tests for michanakia

Scooters and motor cycles in Greece will be required to undergo a roadworthiness test every two years as of 2010.

News

Right wing thugs attack migrant squatters’ camp

A protest by Greek neo-Nazi group, Chryssi Avghi, against migrants squatting in an abandoned building led to a series of clashes in the streets of central Athens.

Dialogue

Rudd crucial to Brumby’s future

Nick Economou makes the case that Kevin Rudd and the decisions made by the Federal Government will play a decisive role in the re-election of John Brumby in 2010.

Dialogue

Aussie Rules… but my little boy may get hurt

Jeana Vithoulkas shares the contradictory feelings she felt as she watched her boy play AFL footy for the first time.

Life

George Calombaris a hit on MasterChef

The new hit television series MasterChef Australia stars Greek Australian chef, George Calombaris.