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Court spares thirties building from demolition

A Council of State decisions has seen a treasured art deco building in Athens which blocked the view of the Acropolis for visitors to the New Acropolis Museum Court escape demoliti

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Young Greek of the Week

Irene Margaronis, who loves her Dad’s lamb on the spit and feels that committed is the one word that best describes her, is our Young Greek of the Week.

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Olympian society: efforts at revival

Organisers hope a dinner this week will revive the interest of the younger generation in the Olympian Society of Australia.

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Cyprus issue: not relevant to youth

The next generation of young Cypriots share their mixed feelings about the relevance of Cyprus issue to their daily lives.

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Making the old new again

Arthur Andronas shares his experience of running Anronas Conservation Architecture, one of Australia’s leading conservation architecture practices.

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Bulgaria signs deal for new gas link to Greece

An agreement between Bulgaria and Greece has been signed for the construction of a gas pipeline between the countries which will allow it to access gas from the Caspian Sea.

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Lake Prespa conservation project win EU award

A Lake Prespa conservation project has won a European Union award as one of the five best environmental projects in the Union.

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Greece launches tender to sell stake in water utility

The Greek government is selling a minority share holding in Greece’s second largest water utility, EYATH, by competitive tender.

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Major contraband cigarettes bust

A major cigarette smuggling ring has been busted by police in Attiki last week.

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Costa and Silvio: tough talking hombres

A meeting between the Greek Prime Minister and the Italian Prime Minster in Rome saw them talk tough on measures to address illegal immigration.

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