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Support for building and construction in Greece

New measures aimed at boosting investment and protecting jobs in the country’s ailing construction industry, including subsidizing mortgages and increasing tax benefits were announ

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European Union court orders Poms: Pay for or return occupied land

A European Court of Justice ruling could leave thousands of Britons with homes in northern Cyprus liable to return their properties to Greek Cypriots or to pay them compensation.

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Pavlidis inquiry undecided

The parliamentary committee of inquiry into the Pavlidis affair was split on whether the former Minister should have his political immunity removed and face corruption charges.

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Aristotle’s park

Steps have been taken by the Greek government to protect the archeological park where the philosopher Aristotle had his wrestling school.

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2009 Tourism ads refreshed

Greece’s new international tourism campaign for 2009 was launched last week by the Tourism Development Minister Costas Markopoulos.

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Inbound arrivals drop 16 percent

Athens Airport has suffered a significant decrease in inbound tourism over the last 12 months.

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SA Parliament says ‘yes’ to genocide motion

A motion calling for the recognition of the Armenian, Pontian and Assyrian genocides was passed unanimously by the South Australian Parliament.

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Scrinis challenges poll

A Greek candidate in the local government elections last year has challenged the results in a Port Phillip Council ward.

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Alphington Grammar celebrates Anniversary

The twentieth anniversary of Alphington Grammar was marked with a dinner attended by over 300 people.

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Young Greek of the Week

Michael Leftheriatis is a souvlaki-loving, dual citizen of Greece and Australia, who loves his iPod.

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