19:10:2009 - 22:10 EEST
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    Greek migrant, 45-year-old Michaelis Vasiliadis, has been elected president of powerful IG BCE union in Germany, which represents workers in the metal, chemical and energy industries (IG BCE - Bergbau, Chemie und Energie) – one of the biggest trade unions in the country.
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    A Greek-Australian researcher in Melbourne has headed an important study on anti-oxidants. An international team of scientists, led by Monash University researchers, has found that anti-oxidants commonly touted for their health-promoting benefits, could contribute to the early onset of Type 2 diabetes.
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    The Hellenic Foundation for Culture (HFC) has organised a photography exhibition entitled "Archaeological sites of Macedonia" from October 27 – November 27, featuring the northern Greece sites of Dion, Vergina, Pella, Olynthos, Samothrace, Philippi, Thassos and Thessaloniki.
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    Ecumenical Patriarch Vartholomeos is scheduled to visit the United States from October 20 to November 6 and will be meeting with US President Barack Obama at the White House. The Ecumenical Patriarch's first stop will be New Orleans, where he will chair the 8th Environmental Symposium on "Religion, Science and the Environment."
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    With an event held at the well known Melbourne restaurant, “The Greek Deli”, this year’s Australian Hellenic Golf Open tournament officially kicked off. The 4-year institution is mainly sponsored by the Bank of Cyprus and will take place at Moonah Links on Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula on October 24 and 25.




Lecture on Greek literature in Australia
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Over 300 students took part recently in a conference organised by the Hellenic Studies Program of Notre Dame University in Freemantle, Western Australia, in cooperation with the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE) Oceania and the Far East and the Greek Consul’s Education Office in Adelaide.
The students and guests were welcomed by conference officials, who stressed that the university will continue to support Hellenic studies, in particular due to their strong popularity in Western Australia.

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