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Moon recommends extension of UN mandate for Cyprus

UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has recommended that the mandate of the UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) be extended for six months, until 15 June 2011.

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One in five Greeks lives in poverty, says Greek minister

One out of five Greeks today lives in poverty, Greek Labor and Social Security Minister Louka Katseli said this week.

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Turkey returns orphanage to Patriarchate

The Turkish government returned control of the 19th-century orphanage to the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople after a ruling from the European Court of Human Rights.

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EU agrees deal with Greece to recover Hellenic aid

The European Commission has accepted proposals from Greek authorities on how to recover illegal state aid offered to shipbuilder Hellenic Shipyards.

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D-Day for tower

Crucial vote will determine the future of the proposed Greek Community building in Victoria

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Mo more mo for Emmanuel

Emmanuel Lambou, our mo bro, has raised nearly $4 000 during Movember, but now it’s December, it’s time for a clean shave

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Kotsiras’ plans for all Victorians

Nick Kotsiras has been sworn in as Victoria’s new Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship

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Mark Bouris: Housing affordability

Mark Bouris has a look at some options for people wanting to break into the housing market

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An industry moving faster than the eye can see

Optometrist Emmanuel Calligeros prides his practice, Eyecee, on keeping up with trends in eyewear.

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Bittersweet victory for Labor stalwart

Lee Tarlamis has won his first seat in the Legislative Council, but for the Labor staffer, it’s not all good news