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Australian Greeks still ‘backward’, says gay network

Tolerance in the gay community for Greek Australians is still lagging behind the Hellenic Republic says a spokesperson for the Greek and Gay Support Network

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Falling home loan rates

One-year fixed mortgage rates have fallen by an average of 17 basis points since the beginning of November

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Diaspora up in arms over new Greek tax law

Consul general: “For now, you do not send any documents, until further notice”

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Premier champions multiculturalism

The outspoken Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who believes multiculturalism doesn’t work, has met a frosty Australian reception

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Australia turning a blind eye to Malaysia says Xenophon

Nick Xenophon tells Neos Kosmos why his deportation – and the Australian government’s muted reaction to it – reveals a moral vacuum at the heart of our foreign policy.

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Greek PM asked to help diaspora with tax

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has been asked to intervene and address the taxation issue that is impacting on Greek Australians.

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Vale Dimitrios Anninos

Tributes paid to former Greek Consul General to Victoria

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Half of Greeks contribute to tax evasion

It is believed that at least half of all Greeks do not pay the entire amount of taxes that they should.

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Bid to attract undeclared cash abroad

Greek parliament are considering the idea of offering incentives to Greeks to bring their undeclared money back from abroad.

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Anastasiades sweeps to victory in Cypriot election

Conservative Nicos Anastasiades secured 57.5 percent of the vote in Sunday’s run-off to get elected President of the Republic of Cyprus, beating leftist Stavros Malas.

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