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- Hawke labels Coalition's parental leave plan 'poor policy'
- Eurovision 2013: The kitsch and the high notes
- Kewell dumped by Al Gharafa
- 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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Two buildings owned by Brisbane's Greek community won't be demolished, the Council says, while the plans are underway for the restoration of historic Belvedere House
The competition includes works written in the Greek or English language in the following categories: Poetry, Short Story and One Act Theatrical Play.
"Some kids get their parents' jewellery or record collections as hand-me-downs. Mum gave me this name." Melon Fouraki
The Socceroo has only made six starts for Celtic
Whincup claimed a comfortable victory in the second race
Jim Raptis says he owes the Australian Tax Office no money and will not be paying a $21 million tax bill.
The new series of MasterChef Australia is already in hot water before it's even started
With one of the largest Kytherian populations living in Sydney, the small Greek island has seen a steady flow of Australian tourists visiting its shores
Senator claims Labor's asylum seeker policy is the reason for the government turning a blind eye to the Malaysian election result
A rush of withdrawals would put additional strain on the banks that Cyprus can hardly afford at the moment
The Victorian Premier League returns this weekend with Round Five, and South Melbourne welcome Richmond Eagles, and their new coach, in their first home game this season
The government issued civil mobilisation papers to some 88,000 teachers who face arrest and possible dismissal if they fail to turn up for work this week
Whatever the outcome, the AFL has only one chance to get it right with no room for sentiment.
Cafe owners embrace goodwill scheme for the less fortunate
Greek Australian director Alkinos Tsilimidos play Red recognised
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
Director Oliver Stone wished SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras 'good luck' in leading Greece.
Greek supporters left without Greek derby, as Oakleigh Cannons decide not to enter the FFV Knockout Cup match with South Melbourne