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- Taking new orders
- Paxinos: We are soulless
- Heart disease more fatal for women than men
- Crisis changes Greeks' consumer behaviour
- Panos Kiamos in town
- Varoufakis fuels confusion over reforms
- Tourist smashes antique vase after museum fall
- Ovarian cancer on AHEPA's agenda
- ABC tells Cretan Anzac story
- Open Seminar 'Galen of Pergamum'
- Cyprus pins hopes on Australian solar technology
- 2,000 Aussie babies born thanks to Greece
- Goody's coming to Oakleigh
- The Water Diviner slammed at US release
- SYRIZA and the end of modernisation in Greece
- 5th place for Guy Sebastian
- Dancing till the end
- Greece confident for deal despite delay
- Greece, Turkey agree to start talks on Aegean issues
- Merkel, Hollande press Greece
Sixteen per cent were forced to borrow to spend, while 47 per cent say they have relied on their savings to cover their needs in the past few months.
Thanks to growing uncertainty with Greece's political and economic system the country's tourism in its most popular spots has dropped.
Three basic prerequisites.
But demands more in a short time-frame.
Last year Sweden became the most recent European Union member to recognise Palestine
Greece's gross domestic product dropped by 0.2 per cent.
A fun work-out based on Greek dance moves is calling for the ladies.
Giannis Kobotis and Dimitris Farados leave the team, which will most likely be downgraded.
Greece's poverty rate has climbed more than 20 per cent since 2007.
Differences in religion and culture not an issue for many entering mixed relationships.
Doctors have known for quite some time that women and men experience different symptoms when it comes to heart disease. But the message still hasn't gotten through.
Round 12 of the NPL might have started with lacklustre crowd numbers, but this weekend's matches will feed off A-League finals football fever
Labour and pension issues are non negotiable for the government.
Becoming the first country to legalise same-sex marriage by popular vote.
Whether it's on the bench or in the starting line, Terry Antonis is coming back to the team. Will he make the difference against a feisty Adelaide United?
Anniversary events for the battle of Crete honour duty and sacrifice.
Frank Apostolopoulos has just celebrated 40 years of cutting hair in Northcote. He threw a big bash recently to say thanks to his loyal customers.
Farewell to George Poulos, the man who made milkshakes in Summer Hill for 63 years.