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PASOK stakes future on pensions bill

The bill aimed at overhauling Greece’s pension system, which will see Greeks retiring later and receiving lower monthly payments, was submitted to the Greek Parliament on Friday.

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Bomb attack directed at Minister

A bomb disguised as a gift exploded inside the Greek law enforcement ministry on Thursday night, killing a close ministerial aide in Greece’s highest profile attack in years.

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Crisis forcing migrants home

Thousands of immigrants who have lived in Greece for years, chiefly Albanians, are moving back to their homelands as the impact of the financial crisis bites into their incomes.

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Greek has faith in Aussie underwear

Tony Vass loves his new tongue-in-cheek undies and he’s hoping the rest of Australia will too.

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$10,300 raised by Greeks of Mentone for Crime Stoppers

The Greek Orthodox Community of Mentone raised $10,300 for Crime Stoppers at a fundraisers organised to honour George Halvagis’ contribution to the local community.

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Greek voice rings loud in Federal Parliament

A petition with over twenty two thousand signatures gathered by Neos Kosmos in support of Modern Greek with the help of community organisations and businesses were tabled in Federa

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Comment: Polls in free fall, Labor hits panic button

Sheer panic and factional skulduggery may have dangerous consequences for the Labor Government

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Greek public order ministry hit by bomb blast

One person was killed when the bomb exploded at the Greece’s public order ministry in Athens.

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14 agreements signed during Chinese VP visit in Greece

“We are convinced that the Greek Government is capable of overcoming the crisis and returning to stable growth.” VP Zhang Dijiang in Greece

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EU/IMF: Greece ‘on track’ with reforms

Discussions suggest that the programme is on track and that the policies are being implemented as agreed