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- Why the ancient Greeks matter
- Roar enter first match without Mulvey
- Greeks want change, but not elections
- Greek 'stache Mo-up
- A close outcome likely in the Victorian election
- Stem cells in breast milk might persist throughout life
- Disabled woman carried off plane after wheelchair bungle
- Aussie's funny take on sex wins in Greece
- Papas dominating the coaching world
- The borders of ancient Macedonia
- Alki David brings battle-rap to the masses
- Goody's sets up shop at Cultural Centre
- In her own image
- Oakleigh Greek Glendi kicks off on weekend
- Through the Athenian eye
- St John's unveils master plan
- Victoria decides
- The mediators of Crete's warring families
- Divorce taking on new meaning
- 'I had that type of soul'
Reverend Father Elpidios collected a large amount of non-perishable food through his food appeal to help the Homeless Connect Project.
The writer of the best seller The Island, Victoria Hislop says she can't find inspiration in England and admits Greece is her muse
Under-utilised and under-developed properties in the hands of Greek community organisations should be harnessed better to meet the needs of our changing community.
Santorini secured seventh place and Crete 12th in the global rankings.
As 'little details' constricted the Socceroos from a win, the team and coach implore Australian fans to keep the faith.
Greek centenarian renews his licence for another three years, becoming one of Europe's oldest drivers.
After only 15 months in production, Nissos is bringing their award winning craft beer to Australia.
St Basil's Greek Orthodox Church in Brunswick will help raise money to fund Father Themi's mission in Sierra Leone.
Paras Bovolos' first piano composition CD launched to the public.
Rather than than thinking about what the Greeks did first, discuss what the Greeks did best says Professor Alastair Blanshard.
Sarah Vosper, passionate raw foodist, surfs us through the benefits of a healthy, unprocessed diet plan.
Started in 1977 by Peter Politakins, the Greek Cypriot Variety Program celebrates another milestone.
Dean Kalimniou gives us a tour of his grandmother's house, focusing on the trinkets the family cherished.
Writer Christos Tsiolkas, along with a number of publishers, poets and writers will headline the West Writers Our Stories forum
According to a friend of Michael Schumacher, the F1 great is paralysed and still has trouble with speech and memory.
Veteran strikers Kostas Mitroglou and Giorgos Samaras not on the list.
Jenny Steiner (nee Halkiadakis), the artist behind the captivating statue of Mary MacKillop at the Sacred Heart Cathedral, talks to Neos Kosmos.
61,000 Australians and 26,000 Greeks died in WWI.