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- Andrews Hamburgers move upmarket
- The battle for Greek and Italian in Northcote High School
- 'We've given evidence and it's been ignored'
- Neos Kosmos suggests: Beta
- Plenty of practice
- Since the time of ancient Greece, the Olympics and bribery have gone hand in hand
- New Greek ambassador visits Melbourne's Greek Centre
- Case against former Agapi Care manager dropped
- Cyprus' mountain resorts struggle to make ends meet despite rise in tourism
- Greek embassy in Australia, GCM and the Pan-Macedonian Association demand an apology from Channel 7
- Goody's: Burgers done the Greek way
- Channel 7 silent amid Greek outrage
- Greece gets first Rio Olympics gold
- An open letter to Ms Kate Morris
- Top 10 greatest movies ever made in Greece
- GCM to Channel 7: "educate your staff on FYROM"
- Melbourne once again ranked world’s most liveable city
- Islamic Turkey and Cyprus
- Lord of the Rings
A lecture on Dionysios Solomos at the Ithacan Philanthropic Society.
The end of one of the longest coaching terms at any club currently in the Victorian NPL.
Claiming Victoria as the most multicultural state a bit hypocritical and hollow when the state's schools continue to exit community language teaching, writes George Zangalis.
Greek Australian woman fails has failed to show at court after being bailed.
To this day, outside of Greece, the achievement has never received the recognition it deserves.
Turkish authorities revoke the monastery's licence.
Marie Savvas is leading Australia's charge in the global lingerie market after wrapping up a major deal with Selfridges in the UK.
For young lawyer Christie George, it's the intergenerational trauma that we need to understand to help Aboriginal communities around us.
Jim Claven tells the story of Australia’s only Anzac of Hellenic heritage as part of the 2016 Greek History and Culture Seminars.
With the Australian Greek Film Festival just a matter of weeks away, Billy Cotsis discusses his pick of movies made in Greece.
Today's Census has huge implications for the Greek Australian community.
The Limassol attraction is set to open its gates today.
The invitation to take part in the international conference is the recognition of hard work, CEO John Tatoulis says.
Victorians are called to give outstanding women they know the recognition they deserve.
Theo Markos: "We have achieved a small but important victory, but our efforts as a community must continue"
Gallantry awards confirmed for Long Tan heroes.
The main issues include inadequate transportation, non-inclusion of mountain resorts in tour packages and unfair competition from unlicensed hospitality venues.
The former Socceroo will use his knowledge and experience as a professional footballer to improve the game in Australia.