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- Iconic Greek cafe destroyed
Pop songstress Lady Gaga has turned heads for all the good reasons, stepping out in Athens wearing a dress reminiscent of a caryatid
The club has been promised $200,000 upgrade to Dunston Reserve.
Efforts to highlight the multicultural past of the city pay off and bring in new tourists.
Report praises efforts already made, but says the country has plenty of catching up to do.
Members of the Greek and Jewish communities of Victoria honoured the memory of those who died in WWII.
Sydney Olympic and Bentleigh Greens will go one on one for the FFA Cup, while Olympic FC takes on the behemoth of Central Coast Mariners.
Olympiakos and Veria will see who's got the right stuff to keep their ladder domination through to the whole season on Sunday.
The fifth review of Greece's economic reform progress will look at the draft budget.
Greek Australian singer Alex Kavvadias was chosen as the opening act of Lady Gaga's concert in Athens.
Greek Australian youngsters chosen for 2015 Anzac Day Dawn Service.
It took just one early goal to seal South Melbourne's fate in the first match of the NPL finals series. Now the Greek sponsored team will host MetroStars SC in the semi finals.
Following speculation of a move to Port Adelaide, the premiership player pledges to the club.
Sotiris Tragianopoulos will be on clarinet, Thomas Missios on trumpet, John Kostarakis on lute and vocals, Joseph Tsombanopoulos on gaida, lyra, kaval and percussion.
A pita without a pastry cover.
After being nominated as the Best Newcomer at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, comedian Steen Raskopoulos brings his award-winning sketch comedy back to Melbourne audiences.
North Africans have preserved lemons for years, the Greeks seem to be a bit far behind on the trend.
The Victorian Multicultural Commission is offering scholarships of $3000 to study Greek interpreting at RMIT University.
The OAED subsidy program will offer jobs to 21,620 unemployed individuals.