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- Gyros revolution of Sydney
- 'Australian influence all over me' says Varoufakis
- Speak Greek in March garners more support
- The Fat Duck's Greek manager
- Inflexible wills leaving older Greeks at odds
- Greece's lenders skeptical on new bills
- PM denies Greece will seek third bailout
- Festival Hellenika launches in South Australia
- Kyrgios out of Australia's Davis Cup clash
- Panathinaikos deducted three points
- Five-year-old thrown out of church by priest
- Pan-Lemnian Organisations gather in Melbourne
- Vic police need your help to find missing man
- Never on Sunday - always on Saturday
- Tsipras has sights set on Australia
- Grandfather puts up unexpected fight
- Bobolas hoarding house up for land value sale in Bondi
- Four in 10 new pensioners aged under 62
- Greece assesses the damage
- Three Greek athletes earn tickets to Prague
Eurovision host Julia Zemiro says the Greek Australian community's obsession with Eurovision could help bring some extra points to the crisis-hit country.
It was a breathtaking encounter reminiscent of the rivalry between the two Thessaloniki giants in the 1980s and 1990s that determined the fate of the championship.
The Greek prime minister says he's interested in visiting Australia soon after speaking to the Australian ambassador in Greece.
Russian ships already have made port calls at Limassol, but the new agreement apparently aims to create a more solid legal basis for it.
A Laverton man is wanted for his suspected involvement in an armed robbery.
Aboriginal activist Gary Foley will speak about the case of the Parthenon Marbles by drawing on a similar Aboriginal artefacts case
Gillon McLachlan wants to see the end of the supplements saga by start of the 2015 AFL season.
A ten-man Olympiakos couldn't overcome Dnipro in the last leg of the Europa League.
Federal opposition leader Bill Shorten tells Neos Kosmos he will offer Australian diplomatic assistance to Greece to get the Parthenon Marbles back home.
Panathinaikos' seven-point victory in Athens keeps its head-to-head record safe.
Greece's public broadcaster will screen the opening and closing ceremonies of the Baku 2015 European games, along with live coverage of the events.
With his 'boobs' fake-nudity editorial, lensed by Steven Klein.
Catering to the influx of families living in the neighbouring Docklands, Port Melbourne and Southbank areas, the school will be one of the first in the area.
The Red's lead diminished to only three points after Panathinaikos win the derby 2-1.
Some pensioners are as young as 51.
War reparations back on the table.
New exhibition focuses on the contribution of the Greek Australian alliance to the war.
Artist Costas Theoharidis is looking for a new home to house his two-metre-wide artwork.