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Tax evaders to answer for dues of 9 mln euros

Police in Attica arrested another three people for tax arrears amounting to just over nine million euros.

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The scattered songs

A performance of loved Greek songs will take place for one night only in Sydney this weekend.

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Gypsies from Greece on a mission to help their Greek Australian ‘brothers’

The Greek community in Melbourne received two ‘unusual’ visitors from Greece.

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Mayor unveils 10-year plan for Athens

Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis on Wednesday unveiled a number of social welfare policies combined with a development program for Greece’s troubled capital.

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Tsipras accuses govt of surrendering

Tsipras accuses coalition of surrendering to lenders over bailout terms

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Ferry worries are increasing

The newly built Blue Star Patmos ferry took to the Aegean Sea this week, linking Piraeus with the ports of Chios and Mytilene

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Housing sector shows pick-up

An impressive rise in building approvals in May should be taken with a grain of salt, economists say.

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Troika urges full recognition of private college degrees

Representatives of the country’s international creditors have pressed Greek authorities to progress toward offering full recognition of degrees granted by private colleges.

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Heidelberg United enshrined in credit card

Heidelberg United Football Club has been honoured in a slightly unusual manner.

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SA gets first Greek Australian Chief Justice

Chris Kourakis has been appointed to the role of Chief Justice of the SA Supreme Court

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