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News – 13 Feb, 2011
A controversial bill overhauling the debt-ridden health sector was voted into law on Wednesday despite the objection of all opposition parties and vehement protests by striking doc
High-ranking civil servants are to see their salaries cut by a third as part of the government’s plans to slash spending while lower level public servants can expect to see wage in
European Central Bank Chairman Jean-Claude Trichet reduced Greece’s hopes for a debt cut on Monday when he spoke in the European Parliament against a reduction to the Greek and the
There was a 5 percent decline in the number of arrivals at Athens airports last year, according to the Athens International Airport.
Fairfax’s Middle East Correspondent, Jason Koutsoukis, talks to Neos Kosmos about his nightmare ordeal in Cairo last week.
Victorian Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Nicholas Kotsiras, talks to Neos Kosmos about the changes he is implementing in how multicultural affairs is represented by and to gov
Dialogue, communication and exchange are the key factors in the resolution of the Cyprus problem accoridng to the deputy director of La Trobe University’s Centre for Dialogue.
Victorian Police is investigating allegations against a fugitive conman for ripping off millions of dollars from Victorian investors.
Liberal candidate Patrice Pandeleos, who is running in the NSW state elections for the seat of Heffron, believes it’s time for a change.
Seven Greek Australian candidates are known at this point to be running in the NSW state election next month.