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- Calombaris’ businesses under financial pressure
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- Convert or die
- Bvlgari returns to its Greek roots
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- Heartbreaking loss for Ada Nicodemou
- Reluctant to leave home
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- Hatzigiannis to perform in Melbourne
- Hellenic Republic sold, business as usual
A romantic cross-cultural comedy of love, race and religion, Peter Andrikidis' new movie finalises shooting in Western Sydney
Expressions of interest deadline to participate in the 2015 Piers Festival will close on August 31
Owner Angelo Cosmas says he’s lucky to be alive after a car went careering through his shop window
Development Minister Nikos Dendias was assured that Germany would support Greece’s request to be allowed to use European Union structural funds to refinance business loans.
The league has rebuffed requests to run humanitarian advertising for the children of Gaza at Adelaide Oval.
Nine-year-old Christa Dracopoulos impressed Prime Minister Tony Abbott in her speech to prove that hearing loss is no barrier to education and social inclusion.
Government officials will look at all the loose ends remaining ahead of the troika’s expected return to Athens in mid-September.
Spaniard Tommy Robredo was the 19-year-old's undoing at the US Open, falling 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7/4), 6-3
The average monthly salary of a fulltime worker is down to 1,265 euros
A major investment in Evia that never took off.
An ancient amphora was discovered in the luggage of two Germans leaving Milos
It was a dream come true when Stephanie Manolas and her partner John Vroom opened their first cafe Ora in Kew.
Monash City Council cites public safety issues to justify its decision.
The Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association will hold a special dinner and lecture on the topic of terminating failed joint endeavours.
The A-League club bested WA local club Stirling Lions 4-0 with the help of Dimitri Petratos, while Palm Beach Sharks beat Hakoah Sydney City East 2-1
The holy day of the mother Mary was celebrated today by Greek Australians all over the country.
A early collision between Mercedes team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rossberg stole the limelight off Australia's Daniel Ricciardo's win at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Already having represented Cyprus on the field, the Nottingham Forest player still dreams of representing Australia internationally.