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Robots the solution to manufacturing viability

Dr Peter Kambouris says a new generation of robots can transform Australia’s manufacturing sector and create safer, more efficient

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Helen Kapalos Mother’s Day event

Tv personality, Helen Kapalos was the guest of honour at Alphington Grammar’s Mother’s Day High Tea

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Greece to receive 7.5bln in two tranches

The government will have to complete certain structural reforms before the second tranche is released

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Greek civil servants strike as teachers forced to work

The government issued civil mobilisation papers to some 88,000 teachers who face arrest and possible dismissal if they fail to turn up for work this week

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Greek police break up major drug ring

The ring is said to have transported hundreds of kilos of cannabis from Albania to Western Europe

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Nearly two-thirds of Greek youths are unemployed

Unemployment in Greece more than twice the average rate in the euro zone

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Campaign to find lost Diggers of Greece begins

Vevi and Corinth targeted in attempt to locate troops buried anonymously

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Antonis Toumbourou passes away

Campaigner for the Cypriot community for years, Mr Toumbourou was beloved by many in the Greek and Cypriot community

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Xenophon slams Carr for Malaysia myopia

Senator claims Labor’s asylum seeker policy is the reason for the government turning a blind eye to the Malaysian election result

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Almost $2 million extra for multiculturalism in Vic budget

On top of the $26 million allocated for the 2013-14 budget, the Vic government will include an extra $1.86 million over two years for multiculturalism

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