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Anastasiades says Cyprus left with only one option

Anastasiades promises natural gas bonds to depositors

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Wild winds rock Melbourne’s Greek festival

The Australian PM and opposition leader braved wild winds and extreme conditions, alongside thousands of Greek Australians at Saturday nights Lonsdale St Greek Festival.

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Long-term unemployment soars

More than six out of every 10 jobless people in Greece have been out of work for over a year, according to Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) data published

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Cypriots against measures but in favor of euro

Cypriots are strongly against the measures imposed on them by the Eurogroup but are in favor of staying in the eurozone, a snap opinion poll showed on Sunday.

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PM says EU must act on pledges

Greek PM Antonis Samaras says EU must act on pledges of growth

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Karamihos family win against Bendigo Adelaide Bank

Couple threatened with eviction exonerated after four year battle

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Kotsiras promoted in cabinet reshuffle

Heads roll as Minister Nicholas Kotsiras is given energy and resources

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Trio charged over drugs, kidnapping plots

Three men have been charged after police uncovered a drug dealing ring and foiled a kidnapping plot in Melbourne’s northern suburbs

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Nurturing Hellenic heritage

Hellenism was felt at the Parliament of New South Wales last week at the opening of the Exhibition and Symposium Nurturing Hellenic Heritage The Australian Way.

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Hellenic hoopla

As dance takes over the 2013 Antipodes Lonsdale Street Festival, Sydney has prepared a Greekfest like no other

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