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Bad debt soloutions

Mark Bouris talks about bad debt soloutions.

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Russian election ‘skewed’

The Russian presidential election last Sunday was “clearly skewed” in favour of Vladimir Putin.

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Syria refuses to allow aid into Homs

Syria has again refused to allow aid into the destroyed suburb of Homs amid mounting evidence of human rights abuses.

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Greek scientist leads interstellar travel project

Inspired by the mythology of his homeland, Greek scientist Andreas Tziolas is heading Project Icarus, a theoretical engineering study launched in 2009 by the British Interplanetary

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Turkey will annex north if Cyprus remains split

Turkey would consider annexing northern Cyprus if talks between Greek and Turkish Cypriots failed to reach a deal on reunification of the island.

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Mini-reshuffle for Greek government

Greece’s technocrat prime minister, Lucas Papademos, moved two government ministers on Tuesday, in a mini cabinet reshuffle.

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Unemployment to hit even harder

A quarter of Greeks likely to be out of work by the end of 2012.

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Done deal

Greece successfully closed a bond swap offer aimed at reducing its colossal debt pile and averting a chaotic default that would pitch the euro zone into a fresh crisis.

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Music, song and dance in Oakleigh

Colour, celebrations and culture is what you’ll be expecting at this year’s Oakleigh Music Festival.

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How much do you know about depression?

The Greek Orthodox Parish Community of St George Greek Welfare Centre will be giving a guided talk on depression.

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