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- Greek National Day celebrated all around Australia
- British Museum rejects mediation talks on Parthenon Marbles
- The White Rose returns
- The Greek government wants instability in the Balkans
- United breeze through Jets match
- China and Greece look to closer ties
- A Leonidas in Brussels
- Improved Greece draws 0-0 at Hungary
- South Australia goes Greek in March
- Cavafy's journey
- New horizons for Helen Kapalos
- Gyros revolution of Sydney
- The (unconventional) good Greek girl
- 'Australian influence all over me' says Varoufakis
- Megalogenis talks Australia's 'longest boom'
- The return of the Greek population of Sydney
- The Fat Duck's Greek manager
- Who will stand up for those dead?
- Speak Greek in March garners more support
- Inflexible wills leaving older Greeks at odds
If Greece decides to go ahead with the plan of creating a development bank whose exclusive function will be the funding of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Senator blocked annual Independence Day resolution over Kammenos comment.
The Supreme Court in Greece will uphold a previous ruling by an appeals court nullifying the marriage of two women.
The Greens will hope to brush themselves off when they take on Veria next week.
Association Football is the only sport played on Lemnos for which we have documentary and photographic evidence.
The aim of the measure is to establish “a uniform working relationship in the public sector”.
Natalie Cunningham's award-winning short film You Know What? I Love You chosen as one of six short films to screen at the Colourfest Film Festival.
In Tasmania, the Nikitaras family have taken on Coles and Woolworths, and are winning battles if not the war.
The party denies the allegations and says the defendants are victims of a political witch-hunt.
Cyprus wants to reverse a perception that the two countries are inextricably linked, worried that it could be dragged down with Greece
Cretan Brotherhood of Melbourne celebrated the Venizelia Commemoration.
Bird behaviourist Paris Yves has helped hundreds of Greek Australians better understand the needs of their pet birds.
Startup Daily's list of Top 50 Women Entrepreneurs in Australia under the age of 40 has been dominated by the success of Greek Australian women
State will keep on paying their salaries, Greek government says.
US model for diaspora philanthropy to start down under.
South Australia's Chief Justice Chris Kourakis hopes a larger pool of female barristers would lead to more women becoming judges in the future.
"As we speak Greek in March, let us remember that the conversation upon our underpinning values is long overdue," says Dean Kalimniou.
Creditors say they need “more information and more discussions” before they can form an opinion of Greek finances and proposed economic reforms.