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- Embattled bishop resigns
- Unexpected loss for Adelaide United sees them looking to next season
- Copycat colours rile Sydney FC
- Anzac sacrifice marked in Greece
- Coalition aims for surplus boost
- South Melbourne's best start yet
- One dead in Easter celebrations
- Iphigenia, the weather and one Greek business
- West Ham United's Dylan Tombides dies of testicular cancer
After four attempts, Bishop Prokopios' resignation was finally accepted by the Greek Community of South Australia
Built under the auspices of the Community of Cypriots of the Northern Suburbs, new community aged care facility, St Andrews Elderly Hostel, was officially opened.
The appointment of Sophie Mirabella as Melbourne University's Public Policy Fellow is met with hostility among some students, with one group requesting her sacking.
Corfu, Skiathos, Patmos, Monemvasia and Leonidio are only some of the most famous destinations to experience and celebrate Easter in Greece
The public sector has shed 200,000 employees over the past four years, reducing the state payroll for civil servants by 8 billion euros.
PAOK, Panathinaikos, Atromitos and Asteras Tripolis will be involved in the Champions League playoffs.
Rowing powerhouses Eleftherios Konsolas and Syridon Giannaros finish champions in the Sydney International Rowing Regatta.
In the time of Greek crisis, the founders of Ancient Greek Sandals managed to give work to people domestically, and prove opportunities to succeed do exist in Greece.
The Greek American dream.
The lecture Learning to View Art with Philostratus' Eikones will be given by Dr Graeme Miles.
The Greek PM insists that the markets’ positive response to last week bond’s issue is the first step toward the country emerging from its economic crisis.
Exclusive double preview of movies Encardia - The Dancing Stone (2012, 80') and Papadopoulos & Sons will be featured as part of 2014 Festival Hellenika.
Nine children can now take part in the program.
Winning Coach of the Month after a record breaking five straight wins, South Melbourne coach Chris Taylor speaks to Neos Kosmos about the winning formula now ingrained at the club.
Singer songwriter Matt Katsis has announced a run of shows from now till mid-June as a lead up to his upcoming tour of the US.
The Greek Programming Committee of Radio 3ZZZ-92.3FM, Australia's largest Community Ethnic Broadcaster, is seeking volunteer broadcasters for its programs.
In Tasmania, more than one hundred young Greek Australians attend the small Greek community school every week.
An independent film society in Queensland is providing members with a stimulating program of films from old and new Greek cinema.