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- Heart disease more fatal for women than men
- Tourist smashes antique vase after museum fall
- Holidaying Brits complain about refugees in Kos
- Cyprus gets more connected
- ABC tells Cretan Anzac story
- Athens, creditors offer conflicting views on negotiations
- More child protection workers for Victoria
- Greece owes 1 billion euros to pharmaceutical companies
- Roxy wins Museums Australia award
- Lenders increase pressure
- Cyprus pins hopes on Australian solar technology
- 2,000 Aussie babies born thanks to Greece
- Goody's coming to Oakleigh
- The Water Diviner slammed at US release
- SYRIZA and the end of modernisation in Greece
- 5th place for Guy Sebastian
- Dancing till the end
- Greece confident for deal despite delay
- Greece, Turkey agree to start talks on Aegean issues
- Merkel, Hollande press Greece
To honour the service given by Australian nurses on the Greek island of Lemnos during the Gallipoli campaign.
In her debut book, law graduate turned author Tia Mitsis takes on the hard questions case by case about what it's like to be a graduate unable to get a job in their field of study.
PAOK owner pays 10 million euros back to Greek state.
Stephen Thompson in talks with Newcastle Jets after FFA terminates club licence.
Ahead of the 2015 Disabled Sailing Combined World Championships in Victoria, the Greek Paralympian team is asking for help.
Kostas Mitroglou's season at Olympiakos is coming to an end.
A doctor has been arrested after asking for cash from patients in order to issue them with health certificates.
Embattled Brisbane Roar has asked Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou for advice as it looks for new management.
Organisers target $12k for completion of Battle of Crete Anzac monument.
Tax avoiders who come clean will be required to pay 15 per cent of funds.
Federal budget penalises people on working holiday visas, while visa application fees will rise across the board.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande want to see negotiations sped up.
Greece's future was at stake in discussions at the European Union (EU) summit in Riga, Latvia.
Greek Prime Minster Alexis Tsipras stressed the need for “calm and determination”.
The Greek-born academic has had a longstanding connection with Darwin.
Carlton interim coach John Barker says he'll be keeping things simple as the team recovers from Mick Malthouse's exit.
In another disappointing result, Daniel Ricciardo finished seventh in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Sacked Melbourne Heart coach John Aloisi joins Brisbane Roar.