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Nice day for a costly wedding…

One month out from her own wedding, MELISSA CHRYS draws on her own experience to give you the inside running on how to get the best deal from the vendors you will need to deal with

Features

An Irishman treasures the music of Crete

An Irish master of the Cretan lyra speaks about his journey in music of the Eastern Mediterranean.

Features

An Athenian Christmas tale

Sotiris Strigas talks to MIKE SWEET about spending Christmas in Athens and the unique traditions his family shares over the festive season.

News

Young Greek of the Week

18-year-old Adrian Michalopoulos, who has recently completed his VCE and who loves tiropita, and describes himself best as nonchalant, is our Young Greek of the Week.

News

70 years of marriage on Christmas Eve

Marco and Thelma Economidis will be celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary on Christmas Eve.

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Sport

South Melbourne’s 50th season a mixed bag

2009 was a season of mixed fortune for South Melbourne as it celebrated its 50th anniversary.

News

Five new shadow ministers appointed by Samaras

Antonis Samaras has announced his appointments as shadow ministers for the environment, education and religious affairs, energy and natural resources and agriculture.

Features

Unreliable Greek statistics are a speculator’s dream and an EU nightmare

Greece has become the laughing stock of Europe and the term “Greek statistics” is used widely and derisively, urgent reform is needed.

Dialogue

2009 in the national capital: A year of good and bad

Dr Nick Economou reflects on the year that was in the national capital in 2009.

Sport

Reds ‘avoid the big fish’ in Champions League draw

Olympiakos will meet French side Girondins de Bordeaux in the first knockout round of the Champions League while PAO drew Italian giants Roma in the next round of the Europa League

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