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- Victorian election: the Dandenong seat
- Wanders beat Guangzhou Evergrande 1-0
- Kon calls it a day
- Aussie toursits flock to Greece
- Greek lawyers talk families behaving badly
- Calombaris’ businesses under financial pressure
- Love you to Death
- Convert or die
- Bvlgari returns to its Greek roots
- Car smashes through souvlaki shop
- Donated jewellery stolen from Red Hill Church
- Heartbreaking loss for Ada Nicodemou
- Pearson gets her medal despite coach dissaproval
- Reluctant to leave home
- Gazi through time
Rewording of legal obligations raises concerns
Fashion label SCK by Sofia Kapiris launched just nine months ago, and already her designs are walking down the catwalk.
University of Oxford Professor and Director of the Excavations at Lefkandi, Irene Lemos will give her lecture at Macquarie University.
Nick Kyrgios is faced with the world number 21 Mikhail Youzhny in the opening match of the US Grand Slam, while Thanasi Kokkinakis still vies for a spot
Union calls for more funding for training, wages and equipment to be made available.
Outdoor dining in Victoria set to become smoke free - Greek Australian retailers are worried.
Coins dating to 500 B.C. are returned "back home, where they belong" by the New York County district attorney.
Super League returns with Kerkyra and Niki Volos.
The transformation of the Greek economy into a more export and investment oriented one will be facilitated by tourism.
It wasn't until this year that Maria Mercedes recognised the similarities that connected her with Greek opera legend Maria Callas.
William Kontaxis was nominated for the Lawyers Weekly 'Young Gun Award'.
Year 10 student, Elektra Flaskas-Troaditis writes about her journey through a beehive of creativity that addresses the artistic needs of Melbourne's youth.
Greece will receive its next 1-billion-euro sub-tranche from its lenders after bill passes parliament.
Easiest solution is to abolish free agency, says Geelong coach Chris Scott.
Former Monaco manager and new Greece coach Claudio Ranieri says he likes the spirit of the team.
Aris coach Bill Lambropoulos still can't contain himself over the unexpected win in the FFA Cup. Can they keep the fairytale alive for just a little bit longer?
Father Gervasios 83, has helped more than 15,000 inmates secure their freedom over a 40-year period.
After three days of hearings before the Federal Court, judgment is expected within a month