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Bob Hawke launches “Greeks in the Far Orient” book

Over 250 guests of the Greek festival of Sydney convened at the historic Marrickville Town Hall to celebrate the launching of the book Greeks in the Far Orient authored by Professo

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Police leave cancelled ahead of military parades

All police leave has been cancelled for this weekend ahead of the military parades on Sunday to mark Independence Day.

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Journey to the island of the sun

Join a two-day event celebrating the culture, folklore traditions, music, dance, and the glorious history of beautiful Rhodes.

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Fronditha feedback points to the future

Community consultation reveals strength of support for aged care provider.

Being a smart saver

Mark Bouris talksa bout being a smart saver

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US sniper could face death penalty

US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta confirmed this week that capital punishment was on the table under the US military code for the rogue sniper who last week killed 16 Afghanis.

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Congo warlord convicted

The international criminal court has delivered the first verdict in its ten-year history, finding a Congolese warlord guilty of recruiting child soldiers.

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Cyprus rating gets junk status

Cyprus’ sovereign debt has been slashed to junk status by the ratings agency Moody’s, due to heavy bank exposure to the Greece’s struggling economy.

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German funds for Ptolemaida electricity plant

More than half of the funding for the construction of Public Power Corporation’s new lignite unit at Ptolemaida, western Macedonia, will come from Germany.

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Venizelos to step down as finance minister

“Once I take over at the helm of the biggest party in parliament, I will have to devote myself to these new duties”. These words belong to current Finance Minister Evangelos Venize

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