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Over 18,000 runners participated.
This recipe is actually a combination of Greece's most traditional cheese pies, tyropita and spanakopita
Says Greek gov't spokesperson Gavriil Sakellaridis.
Finance Minster Yiannis Varoufakis says he would favour paying pensions and salaries over the country’s creditors.
The Greek-born academic has had a longstanding connection with Darwin.
Up against CSKA Moscow.
Thousands apply for meal vouchers, free electricity and rent subsidies in the first two weeks of a new government aid program.
No suspensions likely in tiff with UEFA.
Terry Antonis, Kostas Barbarouses and Jesse Makarounas will feature in the A-League grand final.
74th anniversary events announced for Sydney and Melbourne.
One of the first few licenses for the operation of coastal shipping services between the US and Cuba goes to a Greek.
One of Australia's oldest Greek cake shops is celebrating 60 years in business.
So equally matched, it looks like Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC are heading for a penalty shootout for the grand final win.
A doctor has been arrested after asking for cash from patients in order to issue them with health certificates.
Greek tenders are trying to secure their future revenues.
Tax breaks, less red tape and a chance to buy new equipment big sweeteners in federal budget.
There is no Tsunami threat to Australia.
Organisers target $12k for completion of Battle of Crete Anzac monument.