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- One-on-one with Anastasia Katselas and Faye Kontos
- Golden Dawn are Nazis, plain and simple
- Melbourne cafe inspired by 1950s Greek delicatessens
- Developer Con Nikiforides dies age 56
- Greek Jewish community hails citizenship decision
- Healthy Greek olive oil bottled and consumed like medicine
- Dijsselbloem: Southern Europe spent EU money on "drinks and women"
- WHO: Greece far exceeds normal rate of C-section births
- New animation by Pixar veteran based on Greek myths
- Athens to become a safe, sustainable capital
- Four dead in tragic accident on Greek highway
- Turkey threatens Greece and Cyprus
- Parthenon voted the most beautiful building in the world
- RIP George Hatzipanagiotis
- World's most beautiful street located in Greece
- Healthy and delicious meals to carry us through Greek Orthodox Lent
- Brother of alleged Bourke Street murderer, Angelo Gargasoulas jailed for two months
- Greece looks to become top tourism destination in the world
- The best IGA in the world belongs to a Greek migrant from Ikaria
- Nine Evzones are coming to Australia
Nikos Fotakis imagines a world where Section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act is abolished and nobody cares about being politically correct.
The three-day festival has an impressive program of critical conversations, music, film, and performances, including author of The Good Greek Girl Maria Katsonis.
Eleni Kollias-Panagakis and mum Angie head Chicago-based Limani Designs, creating bespoke events that are all about the detail.
Newly opened No. 19 in Melbourne's north-west pays homage to the city's past, bringing a sophisticated touch to the bustling cafe scene.
Only 17, and still at school but could he be the next great winger to come of Dutch football's assembly line?
The feature explores the creative renaissance Greece is currently experiencing, as the number of holidaymakers from the UK skyrockets.
The Greek songstress will battle it out on the stage, with a performance of This Is Love.
Melbourne's Sweet Greek shares her plans for Easter celebrating her success.
There's never been a better time to be a football agent.
The new Hellenic Scholarship will give students living in Greece or Cyprus the opportunity to study in Australia.
The Greek team will face its biggest test of the current World Cup Qualifying campaign at the Stade Roi Baudouin in Brussels this weekend.
Attorney Christos Iliopoulos on how to ensure your will is valid in Greece.
The Greek Festival presents a joint lecture by Hellenic Studies Foundation's Costa Vertzayias and culture writer Billy Cotsis.
The opportunity was made possible by THI and the US Embassy in Greece.
Works for stage one will commence almost immediately to ensure the church can become a place of assemble for parishioners.
Dr Stefanos Dimitrakopoulos' invaluable contribution to Melbourne research will help advance our understanding of brain changes in schizophrenia.
Emmanuel Santos and Carol Gordon explore the community's history from 300 BCE to now through photography and film.
Mary Raphael, Stavros Messinis, Thalia Andrews, and Frixos Ioannides present their latest joint exhibition in Melbourne.