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Greece’s economy deeper in recession than forecast

The Greek economy is in deeper recession than expected by the Greek government.

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Corrections Victoria deny ‘Prison Masterchef’ incident

Corrections Victoria has slammed reports Greek Australian convicted serial rapist John Xydias participated in “Prison Masterchef”

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Himara killing: Albanian held

The man wanted for allegedly murdering an ethnic Greek in the Albanian town of Himara turned himself in to police.

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Conference of Cypriots abroad opens tomorrow

Representatives from POMAK, PSEKA and NEPOMAK will be in Nicosia this week to be briefed on Cypriot issues and to discuss issues of common concern

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Greece gets second loan tranche from the EU/IMF

Euro finance ministers are expected to approve the second tranche, which totals nine billion euros, 6.5 billion from the eurozone and 2.5 billion euro from the IMF when they meet o

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Heat turned up on tax cheats

Greek Finance Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou’s met with the head of the financial crimes squad (SDOE), Yiannis Kapeleris where it was decided to set up five teams that will g

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Greece and Israel build on relationship

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu enjoyed a two day visit to Greece last week which saw both countries seeking to strengthen their military co-operation and the establishme

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Greek flavour to UN health event

Next weekend Melbourne will play host to a United Nations conference about world health, featuring two and a half thousand delegates, including current Secretary General Ban ki-Moo

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Greek language scholarships announced

he Greek-Australian Cultural League (GCL) is funding scholarships for two students of Modern Greek at Monash University in Melbourne.

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Leaders vie for independents after first hung parliament in 70 years

Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott will meet with independent MPs today to begin the discussions on who will gain their support to govern Australia

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