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The signs of success

Con Scrinis shares his experience of running Traffic Group Limited, Australia’s largest traffic and corporate signage company.

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First election debate: no clear winner

The first Greek election debate, which involved the leaders of the six political parties with parliamentary representation, lasted over three hours but yielded no clear winner.

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Poll has PASOK forming stand-alone government

PASOK enjoy a 6% lead in the polls which, should it be repeated on election day, will guarantee PASOK the ability to form a majority government.

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Greek PM: ‘We remain steadfast on path of responsibility’

Karamanlis launched a strident attack on PASOK at a New Democracy rally in Serres last week.

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Eirini holding Pluto

Major renovations at the National Archaeological Museum saw the re-positioning of the statue depicting Eirini holding Pluto atop the museum’s main entrance.

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Leaders accelerate Cypriot talks

Demetris Christofias and Mehmet Ali Talat have agreed to accelerate the pace of their talks in an effort to forge a solution to the issue of Cyprus.

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OIympic Airlines reveal plans for rebirth on October 1

The operation of the newly privatised Olympic Airways as of October 1 will see 21 aircraft serving local and international routes, according to Marfin CEO, Andreas Vgenopoulos.

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Greek Foreign Minister meets with US ambassador ahead of talks with Hillary Clinton in NY

Dora Bakoyannis met with the US ambassador, Daniel Speckhard, in preparation for her upcoming meeting with Hilary Clinton.

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Dates for leaders television debates set

The two major election television debates will see the leaders of the six major parties on air tonight and Karamanlis and Papandreou face off in the second debate tomorrow night.

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Brimbank City Council sacked

The sacking of the Brimbank City Council by the Brumby government has drawn strong reactions from the sacked Brimbank councillors.

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