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- Dan Coats' stance upsets Greek Americans
- Lemnos Gallipoli photo exhibition a success
- Nightmare on Greek ferry
- Alexandra Kamitsis facing 148 new fraud-related charges
- Greek defense minister heads to USA after controversy
- Kimisis contemporary Greek opera
- Reds sealing their spot in the top three
- Bank deposits lost another 7.6 billion euros last month
- New horizons for Helen Kapalos
- Gyros revolution of Sydney
- The (unconventional) good Greek girl
- 'Australian influence all over me' says Varoufakis
- Megalogenis talks Australia's 'longest boom'
- The return of the Greek population of Sydney
- The Fat Duck's Greek manager
- Who will stand up for those dead?
- Speak Greek in March garners more support
- Inflexible wills leaving older Greeks at odds
More than 30 per cent of Learn Local students across Victoria were born overseas.
March came bearing gifts at the Nafpaktion Brotherhood Family fun day.
Greek citizens are rushing to their bank providers and withdrawing money thanks to the country's economic uncertainty
Living Without Limits Foundation on track for respite home.
Skateboarding meets art in the historical centre of Athens.
The Pancretan Association of Melbourne gave Les a musical tribute.
Melbourne Mint's Greek Australian CEO speaks exclusively to Neos Kosmos about its limited edition 2015 Ned Kelly Silver Coin.
We met Carly Yelayotis on The Voice Australia. Now she's wowing judges on the The Voice in Greece.
Mark Bouris says there is a perception that borrowers and buyers with Chinese surnames were foreign residents but that was "nonsense''.
"As we speak Greek in March, let us remember that the conversation upon our underpinning values is long overdue," says Dean Kalimniou.
Andrew Varigos turned 100 last week. Neos Kosmos pays tribute to the former Melbourne GP and pioneering pharmacist.
The economic crisis in Greece has reversed positive trends of gender equality, says Greece's ambassador to Australia.
Melbourne ophthalmologist Dr Alex Ioannidis encourages Greek Australians over 50 to get their eyes checked every two years.
Pankoaki Adefotita Kos Club (O Ipprocatis), West Preston Soccer Club (Andagoras) and Essendon United Soccer Club (Kos) all came together for a special tournament.
Gesine Schwan, a member of the Social Democrats (SPD) says '“we should make a financial approach to victims and their families'.
Composer Constantine Koukias presents a contemporary Greek opera.
Public servant and now author Maria Katsonis delves into what it means to be a good Greek girl going through depression and why she is all the stronger for it.
He only got a one-year sentence with suspension.