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Tsochatzopoulos called for two defense ministers in the New Democracy governments that took over from PASOK from 2004 onward to be questioned
The new law overturns what had been a guarantee of a job for life for workers in Greece's notoriously bloated civil service.
Former Defense Minsiter Akis Tsochatzopoulos is in court over laundering kickbacks from procurement contracts
Round six of Victorian Premier League this weekend brings new coach for Oakleigh Cannons
The businessman hopes to bring international interest to the complex
Award winning Melbourne photographer Bill Gekas talks about his muse, 5-year-old daughter Athena, and pushing boundaries with portrait photography
Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou is suing three newspapers over claims she held a $550 million Swiss bank account
The football legend has won every league title in every country he's played for
The Cook Island-flagged Pirireis sank with 17 crew members on board
crackdown on the self-reporting loophole for illicit drug use
Greek Australian businessman Mark Voyage was one of the first Australians to crack the Chinese market and witnessed historic moments from a local perspective
Is Greek Easter the only time young Greek Australians make it to church? Neos Kosmos investigates what draws young parishioners.
The suspect and three others, who are already in custody, are alleged to have carried out 29 armed robberies in Attica and other parts of the country
Greece has pulled two ancient statues from an ongoing Olympic Games exhibition in Qatar in a dispute over nudity,
An anti-racism bill aimed at reining in the ultra-right Golden Dawn party by imposing tougher penalties on the incitement of racist violence has caused a major rift
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Dr Peter Kambouris says a new generation of robots can transform Australia's manufacturing sector and create safer, more efficient
"I've got another year at the Mariners and I'm very happy here," says Arnold.