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‘TRNC’ plans name change if no solution

The breakaway regime of occupied Cyprus will conduct constitutional changes and will change its name if the Cyprus peace talks do not provide a solution by July 2012.

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Export industries plan exit strategies

The majority of export-reliant Greek industries are adopting a defensive stance for 2012 after struggling to survive the economic hardships of 2011.

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Finance ministry official charged in tax case

A top Finance Ministry official was charged this week with failing to collect fines imposed on firms for smuggling, court officials said, the second case to embarrass the governmen

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EU asks for farm subsidies to be returned

Greece has until February 8 to explain to the European Commission how it plans to extract 424.8 million euros from farmers that it paid compensation to in 2009, after Brussels deem

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Papandreou to accept end of PASOK tenure

PASOK president George Papandreou will respect the decision of the party’s national council, which is due to meet next weekend, regarding the process to elect the next Socialist le

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Lefkadian Cultural Association’s NYE dance

The Lefkadian Cultural Assocation celebrated the New Year with a festive dance at Moonlight Reception Centre on New Year’s Eve.

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Theofania Festival

The Theofania or Blessing of the Waters ceremony is held to commemorate the religious feast of the Baptism of Our Lord, in the River Jordan by St. John the Baptist.

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Blessing of the water celebrations

Thousands of Victorians gathered for the celebration of the Therofania- the blessing of the water – at Rye and Frankston on Friday.

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Downer to take SA student to Cyprus for peace talks

Alexander Downer, the United Nations’ Special Advisor on Cyprus and former Australian foreign affairs minister will accompany Adelaide University student Catriona Standfield to Cyp

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$200m diabetes scheme cut

A $200 million scheme to prevent diabetes in thousands of Australians has been dropped by the Federal Government.

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