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Notes from the Lyra

Stephen Smooker talks to film maker Kasiani Koutris as she sets out on a Pontian journey of musical revelation

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Statistics chief questions probe into 2009 deficit data

The head of the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) wrote to the Supreme Court demanding to be allowed to give evidence as part of the investigation into allegations that Greec

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Gov’t chasing down gangs and tax dodgers

Just a week after police smashed four major extortion and usury rackets in Thessaloniki, the Financial Crimes Squad (SDOE) has indicated that it is on the verge of cracking similar

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Debt is only half of Greece’s problem

IMF’s chief economist Oliver Blanchard sees lack of competitiveness as a major issue for the embattled economy.

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Downer disappointed over Greentree talks

UN Secretary General’s Special Adviser on Cyprus, Alexander Downer briefed members of the Council in the framework of the UN Secretary General’s statement at Greentree talks.

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Tragic end for angelopoulos

An investigation into the road accident that led to the death of internationally acclaimed filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos on Tuesday night, has been launched.

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Dancing up a storm in Norwood

The Hellenic Dance Group in Norwood is a non-profit organisation which focuses on promoting and carrying on the traditions of the Hellenic culture.

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CEO Cookoff

Moo Gourmet Burger’s Adam Gerondis, will be just one of the 200 CEO’s taking part in the inaugural CEO CookOff.

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Aussie car flags spark racism debate

Cars that don the Australian flag for Australia Day celebrations belong to “racist” drivers, says new research from UWA.

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Wilkie backstabbed

Nick Xenophon has urged the Productivity Commission to clarify its recommendations to reduce problem gambling.

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