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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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Helping hand for dads pays off for kids

An eight week AGWS workshop for men will help Greek fathers be closer to their children.

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Young Greek of the Week

Katherina loves yemista and feels that cheeky is the one word that best describes her is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Karamanlis with Christofias

Greek Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis, meets with the Cypriot President, Dimitris Christofias.

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Greek PM’s two days in Cyprus a grand success

The two day visit of the Greek Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis, and his wife Natasa to Cyprus reinforced the strong relationship between both countries.

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Greeks seek refuge in coffee shops amid slump

The sale of coffee in Greece has remained strong despite the impact of the global financial crisis and the closing down of hundreds of small businesses.

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Minister offers calm words as Greek deficit doubles

Greek Economy Minister Yiannis Papathanassiou remained calm despite the release of official figures which show that the Greek deficit has doubled to five percent of GDP.

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