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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.

Dialogue

Religious rights or wrongs

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

News

Master chef releases new cookery book

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

Features

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.

News

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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News

Rann in church wrangle

South Australian Premier, Mike Rann, has become entangled in a controversy about funding of a Greek Orthodox Church in his electorate.

Sport

Dokic wins Vogue Athens Open

Australia’s Jelena Dokic jumped into the top 80 rankings in women’s tennis with her straight sets victory over Lena Daniilidou in the singles final of the Vogue Athens Open.

Sport

Reds gunned down in London

Olympiakos and APOEL both lost to their English opponents in the UEFA Champions League.

Sport

AEK and PAO back on track

AEK and PAO won their Europa League matches with 1-0 victories against their European opponents.

Dialogue

The challenge facing Greece’s new prime minister

Questions are being asked if the incoming Greek Prime Minister, George Papandreou, is prepared to face the political and economic challenges facing Greece.

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