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New debts of 2 bln from tax returns found

The sum brings the amount of returns the state owes to Greek taxpayers to over 2.7 billion euros.

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One million court cases postponed

Go-slow action by judges and prosecutors since September has resulted in more than one million cases being postponed

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Commissioner Semeta sees steps on fighting tax evasion in Greece, EU

BRUSSELS – Commmissioner Algirdas Semeta has backed Greece’s efforts to reform its tax system

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Government planning council of ‘wise men’ to tackle tax evasion

The government is planning the creation of a “committee of wise men” to crack down on widespread tax evasion

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HACCI hosts Australian Ambassador to Greece Jenny Bloomfield

A dinner was held in honour of the Australian Ambassador to Greece, H.E. Jenny Bloomfield by the Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) this week.

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Georgiadis hopeful for Greek Australians getting the vote

During his Australian visit, the right-wing politician revealed support is growing to allow Greeks abroad to vote in Greek elections

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Pensions reductions

As of next year, pensioners who spend more than six weeks in Greece face a cut in the rate of their Aged Care Pension due to supplement reductions.

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Through a child’s eyes

An audio visual exhibition examining the lives of those who came to Australia as children during the period of mass assisted migration post 1952.

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Minister gets tough on recalcitrant civil servants

Administrative Reform Minister Antonis Manitakis upped the pressure on civil service administrators resisting government efforts to streamline the public sector

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Implosion of Independent Greeks continues with more departures

The right-wing anti-bailout Independent Greeks party continued its slow-motion implosion on Thursday as two of its deputies quit

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