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- Modern Greek tragedy
- Court orders Greek broadcaster ERT back on air
- Community condemns ERT closure
- Abusive crackdown on migrants
- Outstanding Greek Australians honoured
- Xenophon warns of data sweep danger
- ERT's demise impacts SBS
- Memories of an Egyptian multicultural society
- ERT suspension 'sinful', says Megrelis
- The thief strikes back
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An 87-year-old SA man has pleaded not guilty to the attempted murder of his ex-wife and the stabbing on his son-in-law
Multicultural organisations can now apply for grants that will help them purchase new equipment, undertake refurbishments and build new infrastructure.
But the goalkeeper won't join the A-League anytime soon
A Greek court has ruled that closed-down state broadcaster ERT must reopen immediately, offering the squabbling ruling coalition a way out of a political crisis .
He is an artist, diagnosed with autism, whose paintings sell for hundreds of dollars and he's only three. Meet Vinnie Macris.
The Greek economy shrank by a smaller rate than the European Commission had anticipated in the first quarter of the year,
Nine Greek Australian students get top gongs in Premier's VCE Awards
A delicious zucchini flower fritter from the island of Ikaria.
State League leaders West Adelaide Hellas still remain undefeated
The new quarterly magazine The Dura has made a huge impact in the small, sun-kissed town of Mildura. Neos Kosmos talks to its Greek Australian founders
Screening of the Greek movie Roadblocks (Κλειστοί δρόμοι), 2000, 98', will be held by the Greek Film Society Sydney (GFSS).
Minister 'ready and waiting to sign' Working Holiday visa agreement
The closure of ERT has had a definite impact on Australia's media landscape, with SBS now having to source content from Athens based network Antenna Pacific
Over 60 students and teachers were the recipients of Excellence Awards for their contribution in the ongoing education of Greek language history and culture
Hellenic RSL President embarks on the legendary Trail
The number of Victorian students taking up languages has fallen to new lows, according to figures from the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
Socceroo Harry Kewell will play for Melbourne Heart in the 2013/14 A-League season
87-year-old Nicolas Tsiplakidis claims he shot his wife in the face accidentally