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Cyprus talks bring opening of Liminitis crossing closer

Establishing a crossing at Liminitis to allow movement to and from the northern Turkish occupied areas of Cyprus were the major topic of discussion at the latest meeting betwee

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Army service to be shortened to nine months

The Karamanlis government is proposing a reduction in the mandatory length of military service in the army to nine months.

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Greeks appointed to Refugee Tribunals

Two Greek Australians were appointed as members to the Migration Review Tribunal and the Refugee Review Tribunal.

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Greek day schools dodge swine flu

The Greek days schools in Melbourne are actively working with parents and children to ensure that they remain free of swine flu.

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$2.85 million for Greek day schools

Two Greek day schools will receive a substantial boost in their infrastructure as a result of the Rudd Government handouts to primary schools.

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Labor’s Brimbank quagmire deepens

A parliamentary outburst by Theo Theophanous against a former electorate officer has added fuel to the Brimbank scandal.

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Wild Fox brings an organic touch to local wines

Chris Despotakis shares his experience of running Wild Fox, an organic wine producer in South Australia.

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Return to Anatolia Conference

The 3rd annual Annual Return to Anatolia conference will be held this Saturday June 13

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1,011 confirmed cases of Swine Flu in Victoria

Victoria now has 1,011 confirmed cases of H1N1 human swine influenza, with a further 137 cases confirmed over the weekend.

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European Parliament election final results in Greece

The European election results in Greece provide a mixed bag for all of the major political parties in the run up to the national elections due within the next year