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Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis says the International Monetary Fund will assist Athens’s project of disengagement from international funding.
The Greek/UK production had its international premiere at the Greek Film Festival.
The LOGOS Centre for Hellenic Language and Culture will commemorate their achievements this year in a special celebration.
Greek Australian pianoman Ari Daoutakis will perform on Sunday in NSW
Espen Barth Eide called on both sides to avoid escalating tensions, noting that mineral reserves off the island’s coastline “are for all Cypriots”.
Greece's new coach has ferried the national team to the point of elimination. There can be no more mistakes.
The Victorian government announces record investment in workforce re-training and education.
A pita without a pastry cover.
After a recent Turkish encroachment of the island’s exclusive economic zone, Cyprus is considering an appeal to the UN Security Council.
The mosaic is not fully intact, but does show the god Hermes depicted as the conductor of souls to the afterlife.
Regular consumers will be able to purchase their heating oil for about 1.05-1.06 euros per litre this week.
Historian Leonard Janiszewski and photographer Effy Alexakis will give a lecture on Greek Australian women in the 1820s.
Early bird airfares for 2015 attract Greek Australians, with price levels remaining relatively unchanged from last year.
Tennis star Nick Kyrgios is hitting the gym, working to get his injuries sorted while preparing for the Australian Open in January.
Melbourne-born associate professor appointed president of peak diabetes research group.
Victorian editor of The Australian, Patricia Karvelas speaks about sexism in the newsroom and the glass ceiling that exists in all workplaces.
A suspected terror plot had chairman of Olympiakos soccer team, Vangelis Marinakis, and the head of the Federation of Hellenic Industries, Theodoros Fessas in sight.
After a wreath laying service, the Hellenic RSL will host a luncheon to commemorate Greek soldiers fighting against the Italians in WWII.