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Senator Xenophon paves way for genocide recognition

Independent South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon spoke in parliament last week to raise awareness of the Armenian, Greek and Assyrian genocides.

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Melbourne’s Greek precinct lights up

New gateway lights were unveiled on Monday night in the Greek precinct of Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

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Mokbel looks for loophole

Tony Mokbel, who pleaded guilty to charges of trafficking large commercial quantities of ecstasy and speed in April, has made an application to the Supreme Court to reverse his ple

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Byzantine music choir

The Concert of Byzantine Music will take place Sunday 23 October at St George College Performing Arts and Sports centre.

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Wrestlemania

Melburnian wrestler Alexi Papadopoulos will defend his title Saturday night against Jay Andrews.

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Thief sells stolen diamond ring at bargain price

A man stole a $1 million diamond ring in a planned burglary and sold it for a bargain price of $300,000 in Thailand.

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Greeks target discount vouchers

Greek households are resorting to special offers and discount vouchers in an effort to reduce their monthly expenditure.

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Adelaide church up and running

St George Orthodox Church in Thebarton is now fully functional again with work on the noise abatement program, funded by the Australian Government, completed.

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A case in fashion imitating art

Prolific multimedia artist Olga Savvidis introduces us to her label, Lusias Moon, and the inspirati that she draws from great artists of the 20th century.

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Tsipouradika

Today’s authentic tsipouradika carry on the long-standing Greek tradition of sampling a variety of meze with your tsipouro in a unique atmosphere.

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