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Parental assault on the rise, police figures say

Parents are three times more likely to assault children this year alone, according to police figures.

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German tax collectors willing to help in Athens

More than 160 German financial services executives are willing to go to Greece in order to strengthen the Greek tax system, according to a report published in the German magazine W

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Greek PM turned down state salary

Prime Minister Lucas Papademos waived his salary as interim leader when he assumed his post in November and has not received any payment for serving as Greece’s premier.

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Vital cancer drugs not on PBS

Cancer patients in Australia may be missing out on critical treatments due to delays in them being approved by regulators.

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International Women’s Day celebration

The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia will celebrate International Women’s Day with special guest speakers at a luncheon.

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Jackomos named on Victorian Indigenous Honours Roll

Merle Jackomos OAM, was one of the 20 indigenous Victorians to be honoured in an Australian first through inductions to the nation’s Indigenous Honour Roll.

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China softens single child policy

China’s single child policy was once a source of pride to government planners.

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Mobile euthanasia teams in Holland

Six specialised teams will crisscross the Netherlands to carry out euthanasia at the homes of patients whose own doctors refuse to do so.

Saving as good as earning

Mark Bouris talks about how saving is as good as earning.

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Ex-minister revealed in money transfer suspicion

On Tuesday, Dora Bakoyannis, a conservative former foreign minister and leader of the centrist party Democratic Alliance, put an end to days of feverish political speculation over

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