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AEK complete conquest of Sydney

Scottish champs Rangers were left feeling the heat of Aussie Nathan Burns as AEK finished the tournament with three win from as many starts.

Sport

South drop two goal lead

Richmond severely dented South Melbourne FC’s finals aspirations after coming from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at on Sunday afternoon.

Sport

Sydney Olympic go down to dominant Marconi

Traditional rivals Sydney Olympic and Marconi Stallions met at Marconi Stadium in a match which saw the Stallions prevail 1-0.

Sport

Berries squashed by ruthless Premiership winners Bonnyrigg

A hapless West Sydney Berries went down 5-1 to the 2010 Premiership winners Bonnyrigg White Eagles on Sunday

News

Papandreou meets Diaspora politicians

President of the World Inter-parliamentary Hellenic Association (WIHA), Victorian MP, John Pandazopolous, met with Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou in Brussels last week.

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Slater and Gordon launches new multilingual services

National law firm Slater and Gordon marked its 75th anniversaryby the launch of the company’s multilingual services.

Dialogue

A Greek response to Turkey’s current neo-Ottomanist diplomacy

Recent violations of Greek continental shelf reignites talks on the Athens-Ankara relations

Dialogue

Australian Hellenic Council looks to younger generations

AHC taking significant steps to involve second and third generation Hellenic Australians

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Light therapy good for Parkinson’s sufferers

Light therapy helps Parkinson’s sufferers deal with the effects of their illness, according to Cleo Papagiannis.

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Xenophon: “We should not bet with democracy!”

Senator Nick Xenophon called on Gillard and Abott to ban politicians betting in elections after reports of ALP and Opposition officials betting on their opponents to win in some

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