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Vulnerable CALD members to garner support against family violence with new measures
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.
The bill will allow jail terms of up to three years and large fines for those that incite attacks against people based on their race or sexual orientation.
255 cheap taxi licences have been leased from the Victorian Government since new laws came into effect on July 1.
Poetic License - a riff on the new, the old, the power and the limitations of words - will feature three Greek Australian artists.
Melbourne double bass player and composer, Nick Tsiavos will perform his seven hour-long Akathistos at this year's Festival of Slow Music in Ballarat
Having been in Melbourne for just four months, Zafeirios Karagkounis has been named as a finalist for the Victorian international student of the year award.
Katerina Stefanidi second in women's pole vault at the European Athletics Championship.
The popular singer-songwriter was a regular in Plaka venues in the 1969-81 period
Three positions are open to Greek Australian under 17s to represent Greece in the International School Cricket Premier League in India
A fourth straight premiership just wasn't on the cards for the Hawthorn Spartans, bested in the grand final by the Old Xaverians.
Greece has qualified to the second round of the FIBA World Cup after third win
Dora Kitinas-Gogos shares her easy bread recipe that can be altered to everyone's tastes
Community unites in opposition to Golden Dawn visit.
Retail spending rose 0.6 per cent to $23.2 billion in June.
Britain is the biggest source of personnel contributing 272 soldiers.
An ancient amphora was discovered in the luggage of two Germans leaving Milos
Nine-year-old Christa Dracopoulos impressed Prime Minister Tony Abbott in her speech to prove that hearing loss is no barrier to education and social inclusion.