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- Hawke labels Coalition's parental leave plan 'poor policy'
- Kewell dumped by Al Gharafa
- Eurovision 2013: The kitsch and the high notes
- 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
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- Makris envisions big things for Marina Mirage
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Greece violated the human rights of two immigrants, one of them a minor and the other a woman
The Cook Island-flagged Pirireis sank with 17 crew members on board
Tsochatzopoulos called for two defense ministers in the New Democracy governments that took over from PASOK from 2004 onward to be questioned
Former Defense Minsiter Akis Tsochatzopoulos is in court over laundering kickbacks from procurement contracts
The football legend has won every league title in every country he's played for
A lecture on Ancient Greek jewellery 'Mycenaean to Hellenistic' will be on this Wednesday at the Greek Community Centre in South Brisbane
Community involvement will save dwindling programs like Ancient Greek says Professor K.O Chong-Gossard.
Internet based sister classes connect Greek classrooms to Australian ones in a way to collaboratively learn the language
Senator claims Labor's asylum seeker policy is the reason for the government turning a blind eye to the Malaysian election result
Ex-servicemen in the Greek community honour fallen soldiers in many significant battles
The Eurovision Song Competition still remains the most watched non-sporting event of the year. Greece's entry is unique, but will it win?
Round six of Victorian Premier League this weekend brings new coach for Oakleigh Cannons
The government will have to complete certain structural reforms before the second tranche is released
Mark Bouris looks at what women really want when it comes to retirement funds and superannuation.
Dr Peter Kambouris says a new generation of robots can transform Australia's manufacturing sector and create safer, more efficient
Students from prep to year 10 are asked to get creative and enter the Pascha 2013 Competition organised by the Greek Orthodox Parish and Community schools in Vic
Urban guerrilla group Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire and a string of armed robberies remain in custody
MP Maria Vamvakinou has vowed to stop Golden Dawn opening Australian offices after what she saw in Greece