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First home buyers boost under review

Experts are divided on the impact the possible removal of the First Home-Owners Grant increase in June 2009 will have on housing.

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Monash Uni hurdle for Greek study

Questions are being raised about the Modern Greek Studies program which is being proposed for Monash University in 2010.

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Greek police investigates Theophanous allegations

The claim that he was the victim of a conspiracy is being investigated by Greek Police.

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Elections for Greek Community

The Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria have called an extraordinary general meeting to consider a call for elections.

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Knowing about Greek Orthodox Christianity

A five-week course has been designed by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese for adults who are Orthodox and would like to learn more about their faith. The course will be presented …

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Selling an American Dream

Selling an American Dream: Australia’s Greek Cafe is an extraordinary historical photographic exhibition. The exhibition’s depth and breadth reveals how Greek-Australians and the Greek cafe played a vital role in …

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Oz literature shows Greek humour

Professor George Kanarakis, from Charles Sturt University, will be giving a talk on the prevalence of  humour in the literary expression of the Greeks in Australia. Poems and prose excerpt …

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Jim’s all about branding

Jim Antonopoulos shares his experience of running Tank Studios, one of Melbourne’s leading branding agencies.

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The Greek Government pursues petrol tax evasion

Petrol stations in Greece will be required to operate cash registers with automatic receipts as the Greek Government battles tax evasion by station owners.

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A Greek in Yarra Trio

The Yarra Trio, led by Stefan Cassomenos, will be one of three Australian trios competing in the The Asia-Pacific Chamber Music competition in July.

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