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20 percent of Greeks below poverty line

Twenty percent of Greece’s population are facing poverty according to a survey conducted by the National Statistics Service on living conditions and income earned in 2008.

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Papandreou in Washington

The Greek Prime Minister, George Papandreou, spent two days in Washington last week meeting with US President Barack Obama and other senior figures in his administration.

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Push for Greek at schools

The Greek academics and educators who are preparing a Greek community submission as part of the Victorian Languages Strategy Discussion Paper, are calling for the inclusion of the

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New York’s Greek master chef in town

Greek-American chef, Michael Psilakis will reveal his revolutionary techniques and flavours as a guest of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

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Pavlidis launches network on International Women’s Day

Whittlesea councillor, Kris Pavlidis launched a new woman’s advocate network, Women Matter Two (WM2) on International Women’s Day.

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Rich vein of history struck in Sovereign Hill

We overlook the richness of our history says FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS who rediscovers the real gold in Ballarat’s Sovereign Hill

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Nationwide strike brings Greece to standstill

More than 30,000 people took to the streets of Athens on Thursday as part of the second nationwide strike in Greece against the austerity measures announced by the Papandreou gover

Life

Stav rides to rock success with Bluejuice

When someone says ‘Bluejuice,’ most people stare blankly. Those who have heard of the band respond, ‘Vitriol.’ And those in the know say, ‘Broken Leg.’ No one says, ‘Greek-Cypri

Life

Lute master returns

George Xylouris is back to perform in Australia, where he learnt to meld diverse musical cultures.

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Nick’s moment of musical exhilaration

Local double bass player and modern art music composer Nick Tsiavos
returns to the stage with the first of a two part concert series
entitled Is this what you believe?