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2015/07/05 23:13
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ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Greece lurched into uncharted territory and an uncertain future in Europe's common currency Sunday after voters overwhelmingly rejected demands by international creditors for...
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No deal ... Greek citizens out celebrate their ‘no’ vote in front of the country’s parliament. Picture: Milos Bicanski/Getty Images GREECE has voted ‘no’ to the terms of the bailout deal offered by...
2015/07/05 22:57
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It's a big fat Greek no. No to more austerity, no to a bailout deal, and -- quite possibly -- no to the euro. After years of living on borrowed money and paying the price with savage austerity, early...
2015/07/05 22:45
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What do credit cards and chainsaws have in common? Both are helpful and handy, but they can cause massive damage as well. When credit cards are used wrongly, these can cause terrible financial stress....
2015/07/05 22:44
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... think we were lucky enough to get a penalty"05 July 2015 Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice. Eamonn Fitzmaurice breathed a huge sigh of relief as his Munster and All-Ireland champions escaped with...
2015/07/05 22:02
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But the question of what the Greek people meant is today of secondary importance. The critical question now is: what do the country’s creditors do? If we are to believe the hard rhetoric that has...
2015/07/05 21:09
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The vote was hailed as a huge symbolic victory by backers of Greece's ruling Syriza party, whose coalition of radical Leftists came to power in January on a promise to fight Brussels-imposed austerity...
2015/07/05 20:47
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The Greeks have voted decisively to reject the austerity terms demanded by the country's international creditors. Q: What happens next? A: Good question. Prime minister Alexis Tsipras has said that...
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A court is set to rule in euthanasia campaigner Philip Nitschke's ongoing fight to overturn his suspension by the Medical Board of Australia. The board has accused Dr Nitschke of not doing enough to...
2015/07/05 19:03
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Tucked in a tough corner of Europe, Athens has been battling foreign invasions at least as long as records can tell the tale. So as this deeply divided nation prepares for a Sunday vote about whether...
2015/07/05 18:54
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Adam Robison | Buy at photos.djournal.comNeil White has adjusted his business model several times since he started Nautilus Publishing Co. in Oxford more than 20 years ago. Adam Robison | Buy at...
2015/07/05 17:09
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Greece will run out of cash All eyes will turn to the ECB, which on Monday will have to decide whether to continue to extend its emergency financial Lifeline to the Greek banks. The Greek banks are...
2015/07/05 16:22
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Baggies 'fail with Phillips bid' West Brom have reportedly seen a bid for winger Matt Phillips turned down by Queens Park Rangers, although talks are continuing.Baggies boss Tony Pulis has offered...
2015/07/05 15:44
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Was it a penalty?05 July 2015 Referee Padraig Hughes' decision to award Kerry a penalty in the second-half of today's Munster SFC final has generated plenty of debate. The Armagh official found Mark...
2015/07/05 15:06
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DANIEL Ricciardo’s engine woes are poised to be fixed by an unlikely saviour, with reports Red Bull Racing is set to secure a deal with Aston Martin that would see team use the dominant Mercedes power...
2015/07/05 13:46
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A statement from attorney general Ismail Jaber's office said that he had "ordered the reopening" of telecom provider Jawwal in Gaza City, but it did not give reasons. "All Jawwal offices and stores...
2015/07/05 13:18
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To be sure, there would have been more drilling companies going belly up if it had not been for the generous credit offered by bond and equity markets, and large financial institutions. Private equity...
2015/07/05 12:45
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Tory welfare cuts ‘could harm 500k Scots children’ Ian Murray has said more than half a million children in Scotland could be at risk from Tory welfare cuts. Picture: Lisa Ferguson MORE than half a...
2015/07/05 11:17
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MUD, sweat, fears, some tears and plenty of girl power - organisers are thrilled with the success of Lifeline Toowoomba's first Tough Mudder style fundraiser. Event organiser, Lifeline's Kieran...
2015/07/05 11:05
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