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Draft law on fire-ravaged regions of Attiki unveiled

Measures are being proposed to guarantee that unauthorised construction and development will not take place in the areas ravaged by fires in Attiki.

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Greek power utilities plan to plug in cars

Plans are being put in place to run a pilot program with electric cars in Greece

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Greek organ donors come forward

While the number of Greeks signing up to become organ donor has increased, the number of organ transplants in Greece has dropped.

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Greeks most fearful in EU of being poor

An EU survey has found that Greeks are amongst the most fearful of poverty in Europe.

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Greek government responds strongly to attack on police

The injuring of six police officer during an attack on the police station in Ayia Paraskevi has drawn a strong response from the Greek Government.

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Financial dispute at GOCMV

The decision by the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria to hold its annual general meeting on triggered a dispute between the major factions on what should be includ

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Reward for terror suspects

The Greek Government has offered a reward for information on three criminals – Simeon and Marios Seisidis and Grigoris Tsironis.

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Papandreou and Gruevski meet

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou and the Prime Minister of FYROM met on the sidelines of the European Summit in Brussels last week.

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Housing affordability declining as house prices surge

Recent migration to Australia has driven the surge in house prices in Melbourne, according to the Greek ‘Property Professor.’

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Pontian Professionals honour Michael Atkinson

South Australian Attorney-General Michael Atkinson was honoured by the Pontian Professionals and Business Forum of Oceania for his work in getting the Pontian Genocide recognised b

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