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Free Wi-Fi at all Athens Metro Stations

All metro stations in Athens, as well as some bus stops, will have wireless internet access by next year said the Greek government

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Justice for Cyprus rally

The Justice of Cyprus Coordinating Committee are organising a month of events for July to remember the 1974 invasion of Cyprus by Turkey

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Grants to preserve heritage

New grants will be made available to preserve Victorian heritage buildings and objects

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Meet the change agents

Poppy George and Irene Waters are on a mission to make businesses more productive. How? By asking the people who run those businesses who they really are

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Naval base tragedy in Cyprus

At least 12 people were killed and 34 injured in huge blasts which rocked the main Greek Cypriot naval base at Zygi.

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Cyprus leaders agree to boost talks

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that community leaders in Cyprus had agreed to intensify talks aimed at reunifying the divided island

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Bankers search for right role in aid

The managing director of the Institute of International Finance met representatives from the European Central Bank, the Greek government and the eurozone to try to break a deadlock

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Death of drama or birth of an industry conference

The Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia (CCANESA), as part of the University of Sydney, will be hosting a two-day conference on Greek theatre in the fourth c

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Pressure for burqa laws in Victoria

The Baillieu Government is under pressure to consider laws already in place in fellow states regarding police powers to require motorists and others suspected of criminal offences

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When the going gets tough

Mark Bouris talks about the fear of home loans thanks to interest rate hikes

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