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- Clooney and Murray tell Britain: hand back the Elgin Marbles
- Ambassador Dafaranos and the origins of the Greek economic crisis
- Mixed marriages on the up
- Ticket to ride
- Speaking to one's heart
- Australia in the dock
- Tales from the Greek cafe
- Taxation changes in Greece
- Changing landscape for Greek
- Theatre of life
In the crowded theater of the Parliament House of NSW, the Australian Hellenic Educators Association of NSW-ACT-QLD hosted its 19th Annual Hellenic Studies Awards
David O’Hare’s is our bard and he has come to our village, disheveled and worn - he’s been doing this for thousands of years.
Greece's unemployment rate fell slightly in December, with 27.5 per cent of the workforce registered as being out of a job, according to the Hellenic Statistics Authority.
The project aims at the redevelopment and pedestrianisation of a stretch of the city heart centred around Panepistimiou street.
18.5 million tourists will visit Greece this year.
Heavy rain didn't deter revelers from taking part in Patras Carnival yesterday.
Say Fulham Manager of the Greek soccer star
A perfect way to start the Lenten period - stuffed grapevine leaves with rice.
A free public lecture at the University of Melbourne tomorrow.
For Greek schools and communities around Australia, Apokries are a time of feast and celebrations, but above all, of learning the customs and tradition behind them.
Divorce rates in our community increase.
Sydney Olympic have signed Euro 2004 champion Sotirios Kyrgiakos to fill a defensive shortage in the team. Charisteas and Kafes are also still on the books to sign.
The changing geopolitical fortunes of the region force a new push to find a solution now.
Tomorrow PAOK enters the knockout stages of the Europa League, hoping for a quick win at home against Benfica
Seven live Q&A sessions organised by the Department of Human Services have reached more than 1,500 students.
Initiative aims at cutting red tape and corruption in company licensing.
Both the Socceroos and Greece will play in friendlies tonight, getting much needed practise before the Cup
Europe's new Common Agriculture Policy under the microscope.