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- Istanbul shaken by airport attack
- Young Greek Australian heads for Hollywood
- Labor commits $28.3 million to multiculturalism
- Bringing Greek food to the masses
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- Every picture tells a story
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- Greek Cafés and Milk Bars of Australia
- Fostering the child within
- 'A disgraceful write-up'
- Drink spiking warning for travellers to Greece
- How a stupid minority colludes with the stupid minority in the media to malign a community
- A mother's crusade against ice
- Michael Nicolaou places fourth in the world in Mathletics
- Soccer hooligans? Hardly
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- Greece taught me how to say 'Thank you'
- Swisse CEO invests in Jimmy Grants
- Australia's policy on FYROM
Paul Kouris remembers his father, a beacon of the Greek Australian community, and shares his insight on the man and his legacy.
Entries can be written in either Greek or English.
Several SA football teams to benefit from new $10 million budget.
The crystal clear waters of the Pagasetic Gulf on one side and the Aegean's endless blue on the other will leave you mesmerised.
The funding will be put towards the promotion of Greek Australian culture.
The first Gold Coast Premier League club ever to qualify for the Westfield FFA Cup's Round 32.
Hierophanic Cinema by Kostas Nikas.
Northcote brings in fresh troops for relegation battle.
If the Liberal Party is re-elected, the community will receive a $590,000 boost.
Jenny Macklin MP has made a pledge of $500,000.
The program aims to train 60 police officers as specialists by October.
The editor of Austerity Measuresoffers her insight on the anthology and recalls discovering the Greek language on the streets of Melbourne.
The Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria demands.
One of the world's most unique events will take place on October 7-9.
The historical Peloponnesian seaside town is one to add to your bucket list.
How a Greek company got the most important and prestigious institutions around the world working together to set the stage for a global data infrastructure in agriculture and food.
The suspected terrorist attack has resulted in the death of 36 people, leaving 147 injured.
The Turnbull Government has vowed to contribute $300,000 towards the church if re-elected.