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- Dawn chorus
- September action begins
- Greek tax evaders told to cough up by ATO
- Astor Theatre will not close
- The rising star of George Perris
- What happened to Anna?
- Greek style yoghurt conquers global markets
- Foreclosures threat pushed back
- Google helping Greek tourism
- Kyrgios demolishes Seppi to progress
- Calombaris’ businesses under financial pressure
- Love you to Death
- Convert or die
- Bvlgari returns to its Greek roots
- Car smashes through souvlaki shop
- Heartbreaking loss for Ada Nicodemou
- Reluctant to leave home
- Gazi through time
- Hatzigiannis to perform in Melbourne
- Hellenic Republic sold, business as usual
The sharp decline of property prices may have a significant impact on the banking sector and thus on the real economy of the country.
Australia's remote population have death rates 1.5 times higher than those in metropolitan areas - largely due to diabetes and transport accidents.
Head down to Double Bay for a Greek Day Out on Sunday.
The Government is preparing to make changes to the levy that should ease the burden on thousands of taxpayers.
Infrastructure Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis says eight public projects are to be completed by the end of the year.
The My Kitchen Rules stars will run a masterclass at the Hellenic Club of Canberra.
Australia is now portrayed as the 'Promised Land' by the Greek Media. The distorted description for the land Down Under has helped create unrealistic expectations.
Greek Australian comedy newcomer nominated for a major Fringe Festival award.
Tennis sensation Nick Kyrgios is through to the third round of the US Open, defeating Andreas Seppi in three sets
The A-League club lost Wednesday night's match 2-1, but advanced to the semi-finals on away goals.
A major investment in Evia that never took off.
The holy day of the mother Mary was celebrated today by Greek Australians all over the country.
Agricultural experts from the European Union’s 28 member states set to gather in Brussels to work out a solution.
Perfect for a wholesome warm meal during the colder months.
All the proceeds from the St John's College Prep-Year 12 Art Show will be donated to the Kids 4 Africa charity and in particular the work of Father Themi in Sierra Leone.
Dutch teenager Max Verstappen is still too young to drive on public roads in his home country
Rome's Colosseum and its surroundings have almost quadruple the number of visitors compared to the Acropolis.
Industry figures see a 10 per cent increase in Australian toursits flying to Greece