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Schengen membership wavering at present

Greece’s efforts to tackle illegal immigration are still being monitored by European authorities.

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Papandreou ready to go

As the idea of a referendum gets scrapped, Papandreou prepares to abandon leadership.

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Our talented youth ready to shine

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and St Timothy Foundation will be hosting a talent competition for the young starlets in Western Australia.

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Winners of the Australian Hellenic Memorial competition

The 2011 Australian Hellenic Memorial Foundation student competition prizewinners were announced on Thursday 28 October at a memorial service for ‘OXI Day’.

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World-first cancer trial announced in Ballarat

A Victorian cancer research centre has begun trials that holds out a glimmer of hope for more effective future cancer therapies.

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The GoTo tour

It was the ride of a lifetime as nine South Australian philanthropists rode from Melbourne to Adelaide, as part of The GoTo Foundation, to raise their target $100,000 for Flinders

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Australia to Greece’s rescue

Julia Gillard has advised European leaders to “fast forward” their effort to pull Greece out of its financial crisis, accusing the union’s leaders of “muddling through” efforts to

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Ioannina: Lion City of Epirus

The Epirote city has played a key role in modern Greek history and is an intriguing destination for visitors, as William Gourlay reports.

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Budget deficit at 19.161 billion euros

The Greek state budget deficit totalled 19.161 billion euros in the January-September period.

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Goussis loses final appeal

Gangland assassin Evangelos Goussis will stay in prison for at least 27 years after he lost his final appeal.