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Challenges remain, extra effort needed says ‘troika’

Greece is broadly on track with reforms needed to continue tapping a euro110 billion bailout package, but still faces challenges and must make an extra effort to meet deficit reduc

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Xenophon gets behind Telstra bill

Senator Nick Xenophon is supporting the Telstra bill

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Greek Australian perspectives on gay marriage

As politicians pass a motion to discuss gay marriage with their constituents, Neos Kosmos gets some very different views

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Greek woman appeals in Theophanous case

The Greek woman accusing former MP Theo Theophanous of rape charges, will appeal the case in Greece

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New broadcast time for 2010 Ethnic Business Awards Gala Presentation Dinner

SBS has announce a new broadcast time for the second showing of 2010 Ethnic Business Awards Gala Presentation Dinner

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UN Secretary General meets with Christofias and Eroglu

Both sides have committed to up the ante on the negotiation process in Cyprus following a meeting with the UN Secretary General.

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New austerity measures to bite

The Papandreou government announces a new round of austerity measures in an effort to reign in its deficit.

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Greece marks Polytechnic uprising

he three-day commemoration of the 37th anniversary of the 17 November 1973 Polytechnic uprising against the military dictatorship in Greece came to an end on Wednesday with a march

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Muslims mark Eid outdoors

Thousands of Muslim immigrants attended outdoor prayer services across Athens Tuesday to mark the festival of Eid-al-Adha.

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Three former ministers indicted for land scandal

Three former ministers in the Karamanlis government have been indicted by the Greek Parliament over their involvement in the Vatopedi land scandal.

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