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Synaspismos rejects Tsipras call

The call by Alex Tsipras for an extraordinary party conference of SYRIZA has failed after major coalition partner, Synaspismos, rejected the proposal.

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Bomb strike against Athens Stock Exchange

The Athens Stock Exchange suffered a bomb attack last week which damaged offices of the exchange and left a woman slightly injured..

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Greece seeks investors for airport in Crete

The construction of a new airport in Crete as a Public-Private joint venture was announced by the Greek Government last week.

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Souflias puts foot down on roads

The extension of the Attiki Odos tollway in Greece was announced by the Greek Public Works Minister, George Souflias.

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Cyprus talks off after ‘checkpoint harassment’

The tallks between both sides in Cyprus were postponed last week because of the poor treatment of Greek Cypriots on a pilgrimage in occupied northern Cyprus.

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Fear and loathing in Bradfield: Nelson’s parting gift

Dr Nick Economou details how the Bradfield byelection, prompted by the resignation of Dr Brendan Nelson,creates a no-win situation for Malcolm Turnbull.

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Time that some responsibility was taken

Thomas Andronas draws on his personal experience to question notions of personal responsibility amongst young people.

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Karamanlis chooses to go to polls

John Psaropoulos was not surprised that Costa Karamanlis has called the snap poll in October.

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Education system divides parents

The public vs private school debate divides many Greek Australian parents and educationists as they consider government funding and educational outcomes.

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State government funding for Sts Anargyri

The Greek Orthodox Community of Oakleigh received a cheque for $4 400 from the State Government to celebrate the St Anargyri feast day in November.

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