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Noris Ioannou leads a colourful nexus

A profile of Nexus, the South Australian multicultural arts organisation which is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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On being Greek

Niki Sperou explores the identity politics at play for Australian Greeks as they move between Australia and in Greece.

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Gifts from Aphrodite’s isle at the Cypriot Food and Wine Festival

The annual Cypriot Food and Wine Festival will provide a showcase of the modern and the traditional food, music and dance from the island of Aphrodite.

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Spending cuts proposed for 2009

The Greek Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis, announced a 12 point plan to cut government spending in an effort to deal with the economic crisis.

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Apogevmatini attacked

Anti-racism demonstrators attacked the offices of the newspaper Apogevmatini.

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Price controls put on petrol

Strict checks will be put on petrol prices in Greece.

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Metro use rises

The number of Athenians using the Athens Metro has increased in the last 12 months.

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Illegal dumps ‘on the nose’ in Greece

Greece has seen the closure of more than 1600 illegal dumps since the middle of 2008.

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An increase in ‘fakelakia’ in Greece

Greece has seen an increase in corruption in the last 12 months, according to a survey commissioned by global anti-corruption watychdog. Transperancy International.

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Greek doctor advocates for disabilities

A Greek doctor will host a series of advocacy workshops for people with disabilities.

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