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- Dawn chorus
- Greek style yoghurt conquers global markets
- Astor Theatre will not close
- Child psychopaths: bad seeds or bad parents?
- The rising star of George Perris
- Sidiropoulos gets pride of place in town hall
- As Greek as it Gets
- Flying the flag
- Perceptions of Australia in Greece
- Legumes - food for complete nourishment
- Calombaris’ businesses under financial pressure
- Love you to Death
- Convert or die
- Bvlgari returns to its Greek roots
- Car smashes through souvlaki shop
- Heartbreaking loss for Ada Nicodemou
- Reluctant to leave home
- Gazi through time
- Hatzigiannis to perform in Melbourne
- Hellenic Republic sold, business as usual
Sadly Cyprus couldn't match the results, with Omonia and AEL falling.
What do we know about ancient music? The talk 'ancient Greek music today' by Dr Alfred Vincent will discuss the topic.
Australian factories are expanding to meet growing demand in Asia, while record sales are being recorded in the US, UK and Germany.
Unlike the Resurrection of Christ, the mysterious character of Mary's death, burial and ascension were not the subject of apostolic teachings
Couples from China, the UK, Russia, India and elsewhere are flocking to the Greek islands.
Unlicensed owners fined over holiday rentals as new internet platforms raise issues for the industry.
Google's initiative to train 3,000 tourism workers through management courses will hopefully help extend the tourist season in Greece.
With many locals away in the month of August, now is the best time to visit the city's best museums
On a daily basis we come up against violations which seek to upend the concept of the preservation of the natural and cultural reserves of the country
Operators react as UK's iconic taxis get Melbourne trial.
Vakkina Panagiotidis, Michael Schizas, Mary Giavasoglou, Maria Tsalamandris, Neofitos Charalambous, Eleni Charalambous and Litsa Gogas will exhibit their work.
Infrastructure Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis says eight public projects are to be completed by the end of the year.
28-year-old Dutchman excited by move to Giorgios Karaiskakis stadium.
Xenophon to re-introduce bill on poker machine money laundering
Already having represented Cyprus on the field, the Nottingham Forest player still dreams of representing Australia internationally.
The A-League club lost Wednesday night's match 2-1, but advanced to the semi-finals on away goals.
Rewording of legal obligations raises concerns
The new single property ownership tax (ENFIA) installed last week caused an uproar due to erroneous data having been used in the calculations.