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Risk on Greek debt keeps rising

Greek bonds fell to a fresh record low last week, reflecting falling investor confidence in the country managing its fiscal woes

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A breath of fresh air in seafood

Terry Anassis is the owner of Anassis Seafoods in Blackburn. He talks to Neos Kosmos English Edition.

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Miracle triplets start school

Miracle triplets Chrisovalantis, Konstantinos and George Hajis are three of 44,100 Victorian prep students who will start their first day at school today.

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A Greek spin on ovarian cancer awareness

Tania Tiropanis is one of the 11th Hour Ambassadors for Ovarian Cancer Month Campaign

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Farmers blockade for second week

The farmer blockades across Greece continued for the second week in support of their call for continued agricultural subsidies.

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Greek PM seeks progress with near neighbours

The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou declared last week that the time is right for progress in a range of bilateral disputes involving Greece and its neighbours.

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Court denies Brit bail…again

A court on Zakynthos has rejected an appeal by a young Briton to be released on bail despite the fact that he has been held for the last six months awaiting trial in an alleged man

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Holidays abroad remain popular with Greeks

Despite the economic crisis, the number of Greeks traveling abroad during the Christmas and New Year holiday period rose this year, with Italy and Germany ranking among the favoure

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My mum was my sister

A family secret sees 43-year-old local woman searching for her Greek father

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Alphington Grammar tops the agenda

Change will be a high priority in the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria as the new Board prepares to meet for the first time.

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