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- 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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The ingredients on Ikaria are very much like the rest of Greece, this recipe features two of the islands main and unique ingredients
In part two, Dean Kalimniou explores the impact of the Crusaders on the Byzantine Empire.
Athens became a sea of rainbows as thousands marched in unison at the 9th Gay Pride Festival.
Journalist unions call media strike to protest ERT closure as employees continue broadcasting
Whilst acknowledging the merits and history Australia's foundations Kostas Karamarkos makes the argument for an Australian republic.
Beachfront lots purchased in the 1960s that were never given building permits has the Wellington Council in hot water.
On the occasion of the Commemoration of 72nd Anniversary of the Battle of Crete, the Deputy Chief of the Hellenic National Defense General Staff (HNDGS)
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
The master of Greek cuisine in Australia, chef George Calombaris is returning to the small screen with the seventh season of MasterChef Australia
Jason Collins' announcement on April 29 2013 that he is gay marked a moment in America's sporting history, explores Steven Vasiliadis in this opinion piece
The club will reportedly gain almost $200,000 for the transfer
From 1 June 2013, the Australian High Commission in Cyprus has stopped accepting all visa applications and enquiries
Award-winning pastry chef Anna Polyviou will be taking over as the new executive pastry chef at Sydney's Shangri-La Hotel
If they can find steady work, Greeks are overworked and underpaid
Year 11 student Maria Anamourlis has been elected as a Youth Parliamentarian in the Greek Parliament.
Australia is in need of improving its energy policies if there is to be any increased investment, according to Andrew Liveris,
Will the decision to close ERT bring down the Samaras government in Greece?
It's make or break for the Socceroos, with favourites Japan just needing a draw to qualify