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Young Greek of the Week

Emily Harbis, who loves souvlaki from Greece and feels that ‘determined’ is the best word to describe her, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Papandreou cabinet: a breath of fresh air

The appointment of the cabinet will see a new PASOK government led by fourteen ministers who combine technocractic nous with political experience.

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Papandreou sworn in as PM

George Papandreou was sworn in as Prime Minister of Greece by Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and All Greece, in the presence of President of the Republic Karolos Papoulias.

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Plenty of soup for you too

George Paraskevopoulos and Theo Kanatas share their experience of running Soup Place, a thriving business selling freshly made soups.

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Gruevski visit a concern

The new Ambassador of Greece in Australia gives an extensive interview on a range of issues and priorities.

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Taxing fast foods is going too far

Theo Giantsos rails against nanny state invocattions which he sees as becoming increasingly common.

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Religious rights or wrongs

By allowing religious groups to discriminate, on sexual or other criteria, we are undermining liberal democracy, argues Chris Fotinopoulos.

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Master chef releases new cookery book

The launch of George Calombaris’s new cookbook featured greek cookery from the Hellenic heart

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The Apprentice’s wizard

Host of The Apprentice and financial whizz-kid Mark Bouris talks about how a kid from Punchbowl in Sydney became a leading light in the heavyweight world of finance.

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Employers discriminate against international students

A report by a Melbourne University academic has found that international students graduating from Australian universities are struggling to find work because they do not possess th

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