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- Hawke labels Coalition's parental leave plan 'poor policy'
- Kewell dumped by Al Gharafa
- Eurovision 2013: The kitsch and the high notes
- AEK set for liquidation and third tier
- Ancient Greek should be funded by community
- Greeks abroad may help Greece and Cyprus recovery
- Raptis disputes $21m tax debt
- Thanasi you're a scholar!
- Director Oliver Stone wishes Tsipras 'good luck'
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Greece violated the human rights of two immigrants, one of them a minor and the other a woman
The Australian Embassy in Athens marked Anzac Day by laying wreaths at the Australian Memorial Moudros Harbour
Students from prep to year 10 are asked to get creative and enter the Pascha 2013 Competition organised by the Greek Orthodox Parish and Community schools in Vic
Community involvement will save dwindling programs like Ancient Greek says Professor K.O Chong-Gossard.
The City of Knox was chosen to host the first Knox Multicultural Harmony Festival
Cypriot pole vaulter Marianna Zachariadi, a Commonwealth Games silver medallist, died at the age of 23 on Monday after a battle with cancer, doctors said.
Moving through protests, strikes and tons of graffiti, she finds the embattled capital still shows glimmers of hope.
Whincup claimed a comfortable victory in the second race
Lecture on Cultural Heritage Preservation in a Cyber World, by Dora Constantinidis, will be held as part of the exhibition Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures
Coach Tony Popovic has repeatedly stressed the Wanderers' need to continue to improve next season
Vasy Petros upcoming exhibition A Perfect Place captures landscapes of the Australian outback
The Spanish coach also brings with him assistant Pau Marti to join Michael Valkanis
46 years ago, a military dictatorship took over Greece for seven years. George Zangalis looks at the Greek Australian response to the Junta.
Greek Australian director Alkinos Tsilimidos play Red recognised
NSW is Australia's first state to recognise the genocides and hopes are that other states will follow
Panathinaikos has gone through four coaches in a dreadful campaign which has seen the club fail to qualify for Europe for the first time since 1997
Philhellene Restaurant will be opening its doors come Anastasi to give Greek migrants and fellow Greek Australians away from their families a home this Easter
Unemployment in Greece more than twice the average rate in the euro zone