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Hotelier in Athens takes action for loss of revenue

Hotelier Alexandros Arapakis is looking to take the Greek state and the City of Athens to court for losses in revenue due to rising crime and lawlessness in the centre of Athens.

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Greek economy’s first slide in 16 years

The Greek economy declined for the first time in 16 years in the second quarter of 2009.

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New road tunnel opens

George Souflias opened the news Artemission Tunnel on the Corinth-Tripolis motorway last week.

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Australian film and cinema chain sells Greek arm

Village Roadshow has announced it has sold its Greek cinema, film distribution and film production business.

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2491 new teachers

Greek secondarey schools will be taking on 2491 new teachers this academic year in Greece.

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Crime rises in Greece

Greek crime statistics have increased as well as the number of cases solved according to Greek authorities.

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Young Greek of the Week

Jack, who loves Keftedes and feels that quirky is the one word that best describes him, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Bilingual playgroups a hit with Greek parents

Greek bilingual playgroups across Melbourne are proving to be popular with parents.

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Cocaine seizure cracks major drug ring

Greek authorities seized 477 kilos of cocaine when they raided a cargo ship in Pireaus last week.

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Cypriot corpses identified

The remains of five Greek Cypriot soldiers who appear in an iconic 1974 photo surrendering to invading Turkish troops were found in an abandoned well in the Turkish Cypriot north.

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