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UNSG: considerable progress in Cyprus talks

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed that considerable progress has been achieved in the Cyprus UN peace talks in his report to the Security Council.

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Man holds school hostages for second time

A man who forced his way into a German school in Greece with explosives and took three people hostage – three years after a similar attack on the same school.

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Riots grip Athens on one year anniversary of death

The anniversary of a fatal police shooting triggered a new riot in Greece’s capital, with protesters occupying a university building and throwing rocks and burning garbage at polic

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Greece happy with EU response

Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou expressed satisfaction over the understanding shown by European Union leaders towards Athens’ efforts at greater fiscal consolidation

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Samaras elected leader of New Democracy

Antonis Samaras took over last week as the leader of New Democracy from Costas Karamanlis after scoring a clear victory in the election two Sundays ago.

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Brilliant idea, poorly executed

The Pan Hellenic Games has attracted a mixed score card from sporting officials who accompanied the sporting teams from across Australia.

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Question mark around GOCMV election

A members letter questioning the conduct of the AGM threw the holding of the December 13 election into doubt.

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Invest in Greece begins its national tour in Perth

Over 80 people attended the first of a series of Invest in Greece seminars being organised across Australia by the Greek Embassy in Canberra and the Investment Promotion Agency

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Jason extends helping hand to people in need

An award winning Ripponlea hairdresser is offering free hairdressing to people in need through the month of December,

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Young Greek of the Week

Alli Van Ommen, who loves moussaka and describes herself as stubborn, is our Young Greek of the Week.