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European Union's executive commission will help Greece after stocks and bonds have been plunging over the week.
George Parthimos' miRoamer in-car app will now get the help of a car connectivity expert, MirrorLink.
ACT Greek Australian youth will celebrate the spooky holiday in style.
Middle East correspondent Thanassis Cambanis talks to Neos Kosmos about his life in war and conflict.
Sally Pearson receives coveted 'Don Award', while boxing great Stan Longinidis will become a mentor for rising boxing stars.
UN spokesperson Ari Gaitanis has flown into West Africa to keep the world informed on the outbreak of Ebola
Seven to nine-year-old Greek children the heaviest in 16 European countries surveyed.
The Greek government still needs to include a new wage structure, complete the civil servants’ evaluation and meet the sacking targets agreed by the troika.
Victorian editor of The Australian, Patricia Karvelas speaks about sexism in the newsroom and the glass ceiling that exists in all workplaces.
Medical staff will not have to work longer hours in a new scheme that will see doctors hired at the same rate of departures.
This recipe will make 80-100 biscuits.
It's a battle of ladder positions this week, as five teams all on equal points hope to make the difference.
Report finds increasing levels of mistreatment by police, chronic overcrowding in prisons and migrant detention centres and a severe staffing shortage of prison guards.
The new collection of paintings by artist Diamando Koutsellis will be showcased at the Arthouse Hotel.
Dimopoulos and Zographos go head-to-head on transport.
Beer is bucking the trend of declining alcoholic sales in Greece
Ryan Air is considering scheduling more flights to help passengers stranded on Corfu get home as soon as possible
Espen Barth Eide called on both sides to avoid escalating tensions, noting that mineral reserves off the island’s coastline “are for all Cypriots”.