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ECB puts Greek banks on emergency aid

The Bank of Greece, the country’s central bank, is likely to step in to smooth funding for the country’s banks after an earlier-than-expected downgrade of the nation’s credit ratin

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PASOK leadership vote to be held on March 18

The vote to elect a new PASOK leader will take place, as had been planned, on March 18, party officials decided.

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Coca-Cola shuts down two production lines in Greece

Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, the world’s second-largest Coke bottler, announced this week the closure of two production lines in Thessaloniki and Patras.

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Greece bows to latest conditions

Eurozone finance ministers agreed on Thursday that Greece had met most of the demands set by creditors for a new 130-billion-euro bailout.

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Brunswick Music Festival

The program for the 2012 Brunswick Music Festival has been announced and it promises to deliver a tour of the world’s music styles, including Greece.

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Rockdale Kytherian centre opens

After years of making property investments and an ill-fated attempt to run a licensed social club in Regent Street Chippendale, the Kytherian Association of Australia (as it is now

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United to help our new migrants

The increasing number of Greek nationals trying to make a new start in Australia, and who are facing difficulties in settling, prompted the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne an

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Julia, please explain

The AHC wants Prime Minister Julia Gillard to explain her rationale behind abolishing the term ” Slav-Macedonian”.

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Push for a national boost to community languages education

Community languages are hoping to get a boost to education programs around the country.

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Greece and ATO chase tax cheats

Tax co-operation convention signed by Greece.

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