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- Eurovision 2013: The kitsch and the high notes
- Kewell dumped by Al Gharafa
- Greeks abroad may help Greece and Cyprus recovery
- Lora Mokbel farewelled
- Director Oliver Stone wishes Tsipras 'good luck'
- Migration intake stays the same
- Triple header match day with Belmore United
- Greek Australian women talk: how to make a succesful career?
- Heristanidis shortlisted for NSW Premier's Literary Award
- Battle of Crete Anniversary to be commemorated at Cenotaph
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Kathy Tsaples has written more than a cook book; Sweet Greek is a celebration of the Greek Australians who migrated to this country, and a lasting legacy for all her children
Kathy Tsaples famous recipe for a spinach pita
Cypriot pole vaulter Marianna Zachariadi, a Commonwealth Games silver medallist, died at the age of 23 on Monday after a battle with cancer, doctors said.
Karithopita was the first cake I made from Mum's new cookbook by Sofia Skoura. It was my mum's new Tselemende and we were all so excited, says chef Kathy Tsaples
Mark Bouris looks at what women really want when it comes to retirement funds and superannuation.
Whatever the outcome, the AFL has only one chance to get it right with no room for sentiment.
Award winning Melbourne photographer Bill Gekas talks about his muse, 5-year-old daughter Athena, and pushing boundaries with portrait photography
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
Urban guerrilla group Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire and a string of armed robberies remain in custody
This hearty dish is perfect for the cold nights of fasting before Easter.
A conversation with three succesful women in finance and banking will give advice on how to succeed in business
Known as Heracleion to the ancient Greeks the town lies 9 meters down the Mediterranean ocean
A winter must in a Greek household
President of GOCMV Bill Papastergiadis sat down with German consul Michael Pearce SC
The Cook Island-flagged Pirireis sank with 17 crew members on board
Lecture on Cultural Heritage Preservation in a Cyber World, by Dora Constantinidis, will be held as part of the exhibition Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures
46 years ago, a military dictatorship took over Greece for seven years. George Zangalis looks at the Greek Australian response to the Junta.
Artist Nick Tsiavos will take the listener on a wild ride, oscillating between a visceral brutalism, a restless stillness and a terrible beauty at his upcoming show