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Greece's prime minister says regional airport deal is possible, TAIPED may live on.
Interactive workshops hosted by the AGWS are available to help people working with Greek individuals, families or carers.
Greek Australians in Sydney have rallied in support of Greece's efforts to renegotiate their debt.
Unemployment sits at 26 per cent.
Sydney author and historian Vrasidas Karalis will launch his latest book The Demons of Athens in Melbourne on Sunday.
Federation makes changes to FFA Cup to benefit semi-professional and grassroots clubs.
Antonis Samaras wants to stay on as party chief of New Democracy.
The annual festival is an open platform for people of any background to showcase Hellenic connections to the arts.
From the get go the Greek sponsored teams are showing they are once again the teams to beat in the Victorian NPL season.
Samaras says coalition stuck with same measures his administration was due to adopt.
German chancellor Angela Merkel has welcomed that they have found a starting point for discussions with the new Greek government.
Russian ships already have made port calls at Limassol, but the new agreement apparently aims to create a more solid legal basis for it.
Margarite Poulos speaks about her former husband, Greece's new finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis.
Four draft laws will be unveiled this week in order to tackle the social impact of the crisis.
92 paintings seized from the homes of two men accused of running an art forgery racket.
Any migrants arrested for illegal entry would be released on the condition that they visit their local police station regularly.
Angela Nicolettou from Angela's kitchen will be offering a special Greek cooking demonstration at Coburg Library