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Defective implants ignite court action

Andrew Lansley, the health secretary of UK, intends to pursue through the courts the cosmetic industry companies that are refusing free operations to women wanting substandard brea

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Scotland seeks independence vote

Scotland’s government announced that it wants to hold a referendum on independence from Britain.

Making movies in Melbourne

Hollywood star brings it all back home.

Picasso stolen from Athens gallery

A famous painting by art master Pablo Picasso, was one of the three paintings stolen from Greece’s National Gallery in central Athens.

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A bottlomless crisis for 2012

Budget revenues lagged in 2011 while the EU expects GDP to shrink by a further seven per cent.

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Minister admits civil service scheme failure

The labor reserve scheme, which is designed to place 30,000 civil servants on reduced salaries for a year was described this week by Administrative Reform Minister Dimitris Reppas

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Jobless rate climbs to 18.2 per cent

More than 300,000 jobs were lost in Greece from October 2010 to October 2011.

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Acropolis could soon be leased

Conservative MP Gerasimos Giakoumatos says acient sites can bring revenue.

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Progress on key legislation ahead of troika’s visit

Progress was made on a couple of key pieces of reform legislation on Thursday as it was announced that representatives of the European Commission, commonly known as the troika, are

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Have you got Australia’s best backyard

Sporting legends around Australia are getting behind STIHL’s search for Australia’s best backyard in time to celebrate Australia Day.

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