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- Commemorating the 196th anniversary of the Greek Revolution
- Laskarina Bouboulina, the Lady of the Revolution
- Heritage Victoria gives green light for Evangelismos Church restoration
- €300 million investment in smoke-free product manufacturing facility in Greece
- This March we march for endometriosis
- Greece faces Belgian roadblock on road to Russia
- Revolution comprehended
- Four dead in tragic accident on Greek highway
- Turkey threatens Greece and Cyprus
- Parthenon voted the most beautiful building in the world
- RIP George Hatzipanagiotis
- World's most beautiful street located in Greece
- Parthenon Marbles resurgence
- Healthy and delicious meals to carry us through Greek Orthodox Lent
- Brother of alleged Bourke Street murderer, Angelo Gargasoulas jailed for two months
- Greece looks to become top tourism destination in the world
- The best IGA in the world belongs to a Greek migrant from Ikaria
The Greece-based company was awarded the Top Rated Retail Interiors Project 2016 award.
Greece has made an offer of recurring loans of archaeological wonders in exchange for the Marbles.
Players will be putting their best foot forward as they compete to make the final cut early next week.
The investment by Philip Morris International is the biggest in Greece since the crisis started in 2010, creating 400 new jobs.
'I don't want it to be a man's world, but I don't want it to be a woman's world either'.
The world's most beautiful street is found in Molyvos on the island of Lesvos.
The European Commission says exports will be the main opportunity for Greece to recover economically.
Doncaster Westfield's IONIO has become a local institution, and with good reason, offering perfectly cooked Greek comfort food that tastes as good as it looks.
Greek Orthodox Community of NSW votes 55 per cent 'yes'.
My Big Fat Greek Week
Nikos Fotakis reflects on the week in Greek news starring Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
Dr Heather Jackson will present a lecture on 'Images of Myth and Life: the University of Melbourne Collection of Greek Vases'.
The new Hellenic Scholarship will give students living in Greece or Cyprus the opportunity to study in Australia.
Dean Kalimniou on the Hellenic origins of the twerk.
Gerry Georgatos on why happiness and the dawn of new meanings are the ways forward.
The Greek civilisation has left its mark on the rest of the world.
SETE's chief Andreas Andreadis says Greece needs a new vision for the future to overcome the economic crisis, and that vision is tourism.
Dutch finance minister - and head of Eurogroup - makes incendiary statements