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Women called to lead

The Greek Orthodox Comunity of Melbourne and Victoria was among 24 groups awarded Women’s Leadership Grants by the Brumby government

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PM defends poll talk, Pangalos

Papandreou deflects criticism after Panglaos comments in newspaperr stir controversy.

Life

Dalaras fans delirious

George Dalaras, Greek music sensation, rocked fans around the country last week

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Greece celebrates ‘Ohi’ Day

The seventieth anniversary of the Greek ‘no’ to the Italians and its victory over Italian forces in Albania was marked with commemorations and parades across Greece.

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Greece tops EU corruption list

Despite a raft of reforms over the past few months Greece is still perceived as the most corrupt state in the 27-member European Union, according to this year’s corruption index pu

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Dialogue

What of Modern Greek?

Modern Greek needs something more than words, it needs action in the run-up to the Victorian State election.

Dialogue

Victoria votes 2010: two campaigns for the price of one

The upcoming elections are a story of two battles; between Labor and the Greens in the inner city, and Labor and Liberals in the outer suburbs and regional cities.

Dialogue

How we think about water is a classic progress trap

Australia knows the challenges it needs to address to deal with the Murray – Darling basin but is caught up in existing paradigms around water usage and water rights, according to

Sport

AEK revival halted by Panionios

AEK go down to Panionios while PAO defeat

Sport

PAO knock off CSKA Moscow at home

Panathinaikos knocked off its main rival in Group D by beating CSKA Moscow at home.

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