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- Stress over brothel phone calls drove Greek Australian to kill wife
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- Aussie shooting victim in Greece assessing options for compensation
- Amphipolis tomb does not contain Alexander the Great remains
- Wake-up call for early birds
South Sydney chairman Nicholas Pappas reflects on the Rabbitoh's drought- breaking premiership.
Despite speculation the club's board was ready to sack James Hird, he has been given a reprieve and will remain as coach for now.
Report finds increasing levels of mistreatment by police, chronic overcrowding in prisons and migrant detention centres and a severe staffing shortage of prison guards.
The RBA has left the cash rate at its record low of 2.5 per cent, where it has been since August 2013.
Collingwood lost two premiership stars, but welcomes one from Geelong in complex deal.
Two taken into custody after an Australian businessman was brutally beaten on the island of Zakynthos.
Seven arrested on suspicion of helping migrants travel from Greece to Germany with fake papers.
Early bird airfares for 2015 attract Greek Australians, with price levels remaining relatively unchanged from last year.
Over 100 students took part from year 3 to year 12 and presented their chosen poems before a panel of judges.
For the 15th year in a row, the Townsville Greek community will host it's annual festival.
Leon Petrinos nominated for best Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his "Watchful Cheetah" photo.
Historian Leonard Janiszewski and photographer Effy Alexakis will give a lecture on Greek Australian women in the 1820s.
Entrepreneurs close to the government were gathering money to bribe MPs into backing the coalition’s candidate for crucial presidential elections early next year.
After the clamp down on Golden Dawn by the Greek state, young students no longer take up its rhetoric.
Australians are quick to omit things or straight out lie on their applications for credit.
Australian cycling great Cadel Evans will quit cycling in early 2015.
First featured in Neos Kosmos two weeks ago, Sydney designer Christopher Ditsas was pipped at the post in the commercial television competition
The Rabbitohs have broken a 43-year drought and won the NRL grand final against Canterbury.