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News – 16 Oct, 2011
eBay plans to add image-recognition technology to its mobile offerings.
The New Zealand Government is considering financial help to businesses hit by the Rena disaster.
Greece’s ambitious privatisation process cannot move forward until the size of proposed private sector involvement (PSI) in restructuring the national debt have been settled.
The tourism sector has emerged as the major pylon of economic growth and stability for Greece, a fact which will be confirmed with the signing of a protocol of cooperation between
Nine out of 10 Greeks have changed their food shopping habits since the debt crisis started eating into household budgets with one in four claiming to buy only the basics.
European Union leaders will delay a summit meeting planned for next Monday by almost a week, buying time to agree on a crisis strategy to boost struggling banks and cope with debt-
A wave of violence and vandalism during sit-ins.
Estia – the Hellenic Women’s Cultural Association will host the function A Tribute to Manos Loizos this Sunday.
After taking a year off, the Adelaide Glendi Greek Festival is back with a full program to showcase the best in Greek culture, cooking, eating and entertainment.
A man has been charged with murder after a dead woman’s body was found inside a burnt-out house in Preston Victoria last Saturday.