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- Turkey condemns NSW's genocide recognition
- Mykonos: Something to 'Crowe' about
- Greek community pays tribute to Hazel Hawke
- Recognising genocide
- Fitch upgrades Greece's credit rating
- Angelopoulos' Greek drama
- Greek men affected by crisis
- Melbourne Heart signs Massimo Murdocca
- New rules for reverse mortgages
- Kastellorizian Association names their best
- 8 May 2013 | 13 Votes
- 3 May 2013 | 9 Votes
- 15 May 2013 | 9 Votes
- 8 May 2013 | 9 Votes
- 22 May 2013 | 8 Votes
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PAS Giannina upset PAOK at Thessaloniki to take the lead at the Super League play-offs
Greece finishes up in sixth place at this year's Eurovision Song Contest with Denmark taking the top gong.
Greece will get 86 million euros for curbing illegal immigration
Taxpayers with just one source of annual income will not need to submit an income tax declaration as of next year according to the draft of the new tax code
European and Siglo owner, Con Christopoulos will be opening a new cafe on Hardware Lane in Melbourne
Nicholas Saramaskos made his name working for a chrysanthemum cultivator and grows some of the best in Australia
Marcos Rojas will join the German team and leave behind his team of two years, Melbourne Victory
Greeks know good coffee. This year's World Barista and Brewer Championships sees a tailored and very talented Greek team vie for the top gong.
Whatever the outcome, the AFL has only one chance to get it right with no room for sentiment.
The competition includes works written in the Greek or English language in the following categories: Poetry, Short Story and One Act Theatrical Play.
NSW is Australia's first state to recognise the genocides and hopes are that other states will follow
Harry Kewell's hope to be picked for the Socceroos squad is in doubt
The schemes allowing the owners of properties that breached building regulations to protect their homes from demolition are illegal says the Council of State
Greek shipowners have chosen Chinese shipyards for the construction of at least 60 percent of the new vessels ordered in the last few years.
The fate of a contentious anti-racism bill will have to be determined by the leaders in the fragile coalition
The party had consistently spent 30 per cent more than it earned over its time in power
Senator claims Labor's asylum seeker policy is the reason for the government turning a blind eye to the Malaysian election result
Achilleas Youth of AHEPA invites everyone, not only women, to join their High Tea event.