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Activity of Voithame Tin Ellada to be raised in parliament.
A very intelligent parrot called Zorba has been reunited with his owner after police heard the bird impersonating his owner’s voice perfectly.
With cheaper tickets for students, young Greek Australians are rushing to see Greek singer Mihalis Hatzigiannis in concert
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou admits his team was "very sloppy" in letting an easy goal through against 96th ranked Qatar.
The mosaic is not fully intact, but does show the god Hermes depicted as the conductor of souls to the afterlife.
Three in every five Greeks were living in poverty or under the threat of poverty in 2013.
The Melbourne photographer will present her artwork in London, as part of the group exhibition at the Four Corners Gallery.
National team drops two points in Helsinki as it draws 1-1 with Finland. It hopes to get back to winning ways against Northern Ireland on Tuesday.
Murderers still run free - George Karalis' mother demands justice.
Alexandra Stratou cookbook - a collection of quintessential Greek recipes - honours family, uncompromised tradition, cooking and life.
Property investor Nik Kondos calls it a day.
After hosting one of its most successful annual balls ever, members of NUGAS Victoria will tour Greek schools to promote teaching Modern Greek at universities and their union.
The event will feature live Macedonian music with Melbourne's best musicians on the Melbourne Cup Eve.
James Hird's fate at the Essendon Football club will be decided on Monday.
Over 100 students took part from year 3 to year 12 and presented their chosen poems before a panel of judges.
Sally Pearson receives coveted 'Don Award', while boxing great Stan Longinidis will become a mentor for rising boxing stars.
A special lunch will be held to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of St Constantine and Helene church in Perth
Rabbitohs chairman Nicholas Pappas, with a whole community behind him, could finally see a long project pay off with the ultimate success.