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Over 150 000 people a sign of success

The Antipodes Festival on Lonsdale Street was overwhelming success with thousands of Melbournians attending the weekend Festival.

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Super-bug breakthrough to save lives

The secrets of a ‘super bug’ which kills hospital patients worldwide has been unlocked by an Australian Greek scientist.

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Greek casual restaurant outperforms takeaways

Souvlakihut sales have gone through the roof since introducing its ‘kids eat free’ promotion.

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Buddies join up to learn Modern Greek

Year Seven students from South Oakleigh College are helping preps from Clarina Primary School learn Greek.

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Klisaris awards Student Leaders

The Mayor of Monash, Paul Klissaris, and three Melbourne Storm players honoured the student leaders at South Oakleigh Secondary Primary School.

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Young Greek of the Week

Name Andrew Kariofyllidis Your greatest achievement(s)? Releasing an album nationally and internationally. How did you get to where you are now? With great difficulty! A combination of making stupid mistakes, …

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1821: the significance of the Greek revolution

Professor Vrasidas Karalis explores the political and historical significance of the 1821 revolution and its relevance to our contemporary times.

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A candid chat between friends

Jeana Vithoulkas speaks to friend and fellow author, Christos Tsiolkas, about his sexuality, politics and sense of Greekness.

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Symbols of birth of democracy at Hellenic Museum

The Hellenic Foundation for Culture launched Athenian Democracy, its first major exhibition of antiquities at the Hellenic Museum.

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A couch potato goes to the Clipsal 500

Watching the Clipsal 500 on television with Fiv Antoniou along with his cat and rabbit.

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