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Tighter control for online gambling, says report

Tighter control of online sports betting and a ban on promoting live odds at sporting venues and during event broadcasts, were some of the recommendations that came out of a federa

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Water companies on chopping block

The government is now examining the possibility of selling its entire stakes in the Athens and Thessaloniki water and sewage companies, EYDAP and EYATH, according to a decision by

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Greece faces time pressures after vote

Parliament’s approval early Monday of the terms of a new bailout for Greece appeared to have paved the way for Athens to receive more loans from the eurozone and the International

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Holiday makers to gain from demise of the euro

Economic analysts predict that European holidays look set to become more affordable thanks to the Australian dollar trading at near decade highs against the euro.

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Greek MPs ousted from parties following austerity measures vote

More than 40 MPs have been ousted from their parties following this morning’s vote to approve the EU-IMF deal.

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Service industry should declare overseas ops, says Georganas

Australian companies who outsource jobs and services overseas should identify themselves says Labor MP Steve Georganas. This comes with last week’s announcement by Westpac that ove

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The love boat

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a difference this year and take your loved one out on the water.

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Greek MPs vote in austerity measures, amid protests

Greek MPs have voted in favour of a joint European Union/IMF bailout deal this morning.

Service is the key

Mark Bouris talks about service being the key.

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Hope fades for philippine quake victims

Thousands of soldiers in the quake-hit Philippines are scouring villages buried under landslides, but authorities say hopes of finding dozens of missing people alive are dim.

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