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Nothing too revolutionary in Rudd health ‘reform’

After three weeks of political bombast and grandstanding, Kevin Rudd has claimed to have
achieved the conditions for ‘revolutionary’ reform of the Australian
health system.<

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George Pelecanos looks for light in darkness

Writer George Pelecanos talks exclusively to FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS about his latest book release The Way Home and HBO television masterworks The Wire and The Pacific.

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Call for one unified voice in campaign for Greek

“Strength in unity” was the catch phrase at the SAE Oceania meeting for the inclusion of the Greek Language in the National Schools Curriculum, held last Friday in Melbourne.

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Why VCE students like to learn Greek

Two Greek-Australian VCE students share their insights into why studying the Greek language is so important to them.

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Lidis Tailors: Whatever suits you

From one generation to the next Lidis Tailors & Mens’ Wear has continued to operate in Richmond. Michael Tseprailidis shares their family story.

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Scouts in need of leaders

More than 100 people turned out to show their support for the 6th Box Hill Hellenic Scout Group at its open day and crisis meeting last weekend but there’s more work to be done.

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Anzacs who fought in Greece seek recognition

Despite having been awarded a medal from the Greek government for their role in the
campaign, Australia has yet to recognise these Anzacs.

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Upcoming Open Days at Greek day schools

Two Greek day schools in Victoria are opening their doors to the Greek
community at upcoming Open Day events.

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Oakleigh Community weighed down by debt

General Meeting heats up over Oakleigh Greek Orthodox Community debt.

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Uphill battle for health reform

Criticism was targeted at the “new level of bureaucracy” which will be co-managed by the states

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