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Activists strike two mink farms

Activists have released 600 000 minks from two Greek fur farms.

News

Education Minister flags tertiary reforms

Ministers and teachers are meeting to plan an overhaul of the tertiary system

News

Is Greek coffee the secret to long life?

A study finds moderate amounts of Greek coffee could stave off heart disease

News

China and Greece sign cultural agreement

Greece and China are strengthening cultural ties through literature.

Sport

Greece falls to defending champions Spain

Spain broke open a close game in the fourth quarter and continued their mastery over Greece by winning their Eight-Final showdown at the FIBA World Championship on Saturday.

Sport

Avraam earns Cyprus a point in Portugal

Portugal were denied an opening UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying victory by a late Andreas Avraam goal that gave Cyprus a memorable draw on the opening night of Group H action.

Sport

Spiropoulos denies Georgia a win in Greece

Coach Fernando Santos endured a frustrating competitive debut as Greece opened their UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying campaign with a 1-1 draw against Georgia.

Dialogue

Katter on a hot tin roof

Jeana Vithoulkas examines views of Australians towards the Labor party’s campaign in the federal election

Dialogue

Short term or long term?

Political analyst Dr Nick Economou evaluates the prospects for minority government

Dialogue

Think of children in need on Father’s Day

Father’s day is an appropriate time to reflect on a community’s responsibility to children, says Chris Fotinopoulos