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Oh Paul, where art thou?

The recent political debate on asylum seekers has Jeana Vithoulkas asking where are the politicians like Paul Keating who have the courage to confront racism?

News

Searches continue for missing Greek man

As National Missing Persons Week came to a close this weekend the search continues for Queensland man Michael Lalos, who disappeared the day before his 85th birthday on July 15.

Dialogue

The Homecoming-An Expat Returns

Two weeks on from returning to Australia from two years overseas, Lambros Karavis shares his thoughts on what’s changed and what has stayed the same

Dialogue

One major social reform down, another one on the way

Paid parental leave has emerged as one of the key social policy backgrounds for the upcoming Federal election.

News

FECCA: stop using migrants as scapegoats

The Labor and Liberal parties are at risk of losing the migrant vote in the upcoming federal election according to the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council of Australia.

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News

$20 million construction project approved

A $20 million upgrade to the Cyprus Communtiy of NSW’s site has been given the go ahead after six years and around $700,000 spent on applying for permits from the Marrickville coun

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Multicultural youth tune into media conference

Young Greek Australians are invited to be part of a multicultural media conference in Canberra

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Hellenic Council NSW promotes Greeks in politics

The Australian Hellenic Council of NSW met on Monday to discuss the promotion of Hellenic issues in Australian politics.

Life

Alkaios hits Aussie shores

Eurovision star Giorgios Alkaios will be performing concernts in Melbourne and Sydney in November-December.

Life

To clog or not to clog

The joys of the ultimate retro-modern footwear – the clog – are sung by Melissa Chrys, our resident fashionista.

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