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International lawyer Geoffrey Robertson and David Hill might be Greece's best shot at getting the Parthenon Marbles back.
More than 800 people have signed the 'Save Oakleigh Rotary Market' petition in the hopes that the market doesn't have to relocate.
In the days following 28 October 1940, Greece made it to the cover pages of Australian newspapers. How did the Australian media portray Italy's ultimatum to Greece?
Greek swimming star Vaggelis Tsirapidis has just won the Victorian Open Water Championship and is on track for the national title.
Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis says the International Monetary Fund will assist Athens’s project of disengagement from international funding.
The Sydney Dance Company's Louder Than Words season, which is choreographed by Andonis Foniadakis ends on October 18.
Students leave main building but gates locked at Athens philosophy school.
The Coalition will decide what stance the government will take on the biggest issues that need to be settled: pension and labour reform.
Con Kalamaras to launch his new Rebetiko CD in November.
Former world heavyweight champion wrestler, George Gouliovas remembers his koumbaro, Gough Whitlam.
Fresh from his trip to give advice to the Greek government on the Parthenon Marbles, David Hill will be part of a Q&A session after the screening of Greek film Promakhos
Barring some slight damage to the nose, the head is largely intact and belongs to the statue on the eastern side of the entrance.
Greek author Alexandra Symeonidou's autobiography Nightmares in the Saudi Arabian Desert is now available in paperback online.
While Greece is improving.
With Phoebe Panaretos in the leading role of 'Fran', Baz Luhrmann's musical will premiere in Melbourne this January.
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In his new play It's War, Sydney-based writer Alex Lykos encourages us to look at the old adage 'good fences make good neighbours'.
President of the International Association for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures, Australian David Hill talks about what's next for the ongoing deadlock.