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George’s war on whinging: part 1

In this special two-part feature George Megalogenis talks to Michael Sweet about his work and what led a ‘nervy kid’ from Richmond to where he is today.

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Comicus Erectus: Take two!

After sell-out performances in Melbourne and Adelaide, Comicus Erectus – The Ethnic Comedy Revolution is on its way to Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and – back by popular demand – to

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Evripidis Evripidou goes ‘long way’ with Albare

Greek Australian bass player Evripidis Evripidou is touring with Melbourne-based jazz guitarist Albare on the ‘Long Way’ world tour.

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Taking Greek food to Malaysia

Greek Australian chef George Diakomichalis treats Malaysian diners to a Greek feast.

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Council backs Chapel Street with a $6.1 million upgrade

City of Stonnington councillors have approved a total of $6.1million to upgrade Melbourne’s iconic Chapel Street retail precinct.

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FFA ‘betrayed’ South Melbourne

A report into the state of soccer in Australia has found organisers of the A-League’s decision to ignore existing clubs and support networks had caused problems for the game.

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Antipodes Writer’s Festival kicks off this weekend

The very first Antipodes Writers Festival – celebrating all things in Greek literature in Australia – kicks off on Friday 15 June.

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Hamer Hall gets a facelift

Melbourne’s Hamer Hall is reopening in July after a $135.8 million two-year revamp, and a four-day mini arts festival has been planned to mark the improvements, announced Minister

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Samaras turns to law and order as vote winner

ND leader Antonis Samaras turned his focus on the campaign trail to law and order issues and will continue to tap into this theme as the conservatives believe it could help them wi

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We’re drinking too much water

A recent study by university lecturer Spero Tsindos has uncovered that we are drinking far too much water than our bodies need.

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