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- New era for Greek Community
- Australia welcomes 190,000 new migrants
- New fundraiser for Father Themis
- Hockey: Sinodinos should return
- Distressed teacher awarded for future income lost
- Cultural Centre opens with a bang
- Vegetarian avgolemono
- Amphipolis tomb dated to 4th century BC
- Divers return to shipwreck where ancient ‘Antikythera Mechanism’ was found
- Dreaming big for human rights
- From love story to Arabian nightmare
- Property tax headaches
- Police on the search for Jason Zervoudakis
- Xenophon warns on Iraq
- Hellenic Republic sold, business as usual
- Golden Dawn members coming to Australia
- A piece of sweet history
- Cyprus after the discovery of gas
- Greece grapples with grey tourism
- Perceptions of Australia in Greece
The country rose from 91st to 81st on the World Economic Forum chart.
South Melbourne club president Leo Athanasakis will be visiting the local Greek Orthodox Church in Hobart just to have all bases covered in the NPL finals match.
Both Tim Cahill and Mile Jedinak scored inside the first six minutes.
Greek Australian actor Stathis Grapsas, has devoted years of his life voluntarily doing theatre with detainees of Athenian prisons. Now he is back in Melbourne to do the same.
Father Christos Dimolianis of the Victorian Police Chaplaincy honoured for 15 years service.
Dean Kalimniou talks about Nikolaos Tselementes, one of the most influential cookery writers of modern Greece.
Shared enterprises are becoming a trend in crisis-hit Greece.
Pallaconian Brotherhood dance group will host their second Tsiola Awards in October.
Psychologist Eva Kimonis talks about what makes a psychopath and the work she's doing with unemotional children
The European Commission says Greece ranks in the penultimate bracket of member states, along with Estonia, Lithuania, Spain and Latvia.
Greek Canadian actress Nia Vardalos visited Greece recently with her family, for work-related holidays and some Greek inspiration.
After teacher Peter Doulis won his case against the state for breaching their duty of care, other mistreated teachers are coming forward.
Steel company Structural Challenge, owned and operated by Maria Mavrikos, has been awarded for its innovative approach to construction.
Hearing loss shouldn't be considered just an old person's ailment - it can affect everyone. In many cases, hearing loss is preventable. Now is the time to take care of your ears.
Achilles Yiangoulli will represent the Greek Australian community as an ambassador to the Igniting Imaginations program.
Legal powers of Victorian cemetery trusts extended.
ASIC says investment products are "complex and not well understood by consumers and investors".
The Greek government has told the troika that the reform effort was “within the deadlines”.