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PASOK admits party’s debt grew by 110 million euros over last decade

The party had consistently spent 30 per cent more than it earned over its time in power

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Cyprus capital controls to remain in place

A rush of withdrawals would put additional strain on the banks that Cyprus can hardly afford at the moment

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Greece to receive millions for tackling illegal immigration

Greece will get 86 million euros for curbing illegal immigration

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Former Greek PM’s mother fights Swiss account claim

Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou is suing three newspapers over claims she held a $550 million Swiss bank account

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As unemployment rises, Greeks still won’t take up menial jobs

Despite one of the highest unemployment rates in Europe, Greeks won’t consider labour jobs primarily staffed by migrants

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Internet helps students learn Greek

Internet based sister classes connect Greek classrooms to Australian ones in a way to collaboratively learn the language

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Star21 expands its coverage

From its humble beginnings, telecommunications company Star21 is growing nationally and services big names like Crown Casino and Metricon Homes

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Mother’s Day celebration with Katerina Vrana

Mum’s the word for a special comedy event for the Pansamian House

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Stamoulis tower reignites Melbourne planning stoush

16 metres higher than Nonda Katsalidis’ Australia 108 building, reported plans for 555 Collins Street are raising eyebrows

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Vamvakinou incensed at Golden Dawn

MP Maria Vamvakinou has vowed to stop Golden Dawn opening Australian offices after what she saw in Greece

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