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- Ice burning through our youth
- Greek National Day celebrated all around Australia
- British Museum rejects mediation talks on Parthenon Marbles
- The White Rose returns
- The Greek government wants instability in the Balkans
- United breeze through Jets match
- China and Greece look to closer ties
- A Leonidas in Brussels
- Improved Greece draws 0-0 at Hungary
- Melbourne City's Stamboulidis to represent Greece
- New horizons for Helen Kapalos
- Gyros revolution of Sydney
- The (unconventional) good Greek girl
- 'Australian influence all over me' says Varoufakis
- Megalogenis talks Australia's 'longest boom'
- The return of the Greek population of Sydney
- The Fat Duck's Greek manager
- Who will stand up for those dead?
- Speak Greek in March garners more support
- Inflexible wills leaving older Greeks at odds
Public servant and now author Maria Katsonis delves into what it means to be a good Greek girl going through depression and why she is all the stronger for it.
The Hellenic Museum's last summer cinema movie will be the 1948 classic, The Germans Strike Again
An international human-trafficking ring that allegedly earned 8 million euros from smuggling Syrian migrants from Turkey into Greece busted.
Artist Nikolaos Foteinos was inspired by a photograph of the arrival of Australian nurses on Lemnos in August 1915.
A strong campaigner for multiculturalism and a Philhellene, former prime minister Malcolm Fraser has died aged 84.
Archaeological scholarship on offer for students in the field.
Olive oil might be used as a garnish for this dish, but its drastically changes the taste and texture of the ceviche.
Elizabeth Bellhouse gives a fictionalised poetic account of Greek heroine Laskarina Bouboulina.
Both Adelaide United and Western Sydney Wanderers have secured mid week wins before they enter round 21 of the A-League this weekend.
As OFI President Nikos Machlas announced in an unexpected press conference.
The Greek Aussie rules team is carving out wins while still in pre-season.
Australian tennis no.1 Nick Kyrgios will make up for missing Davis Cup by playing in the Indian Wells.
Gesine Schwan, a member of the Social Democrats (SPD) says '“we should make a financial approach to victims and their families'.
George Zacharopoulos, a biochemist turned stand-up comedian, is set to bring the Melbournians to laughter.
Pitch damaged and unusable thanks to a fire attack.
Skateboarding meets art in the historical centre of Athens.
No worker will get less than 654 euros per month.
Owner of the Australian Seafood Fish and Chippery in Coburg, Con Patsiotis is keen to see restaurants and take-away shops introduce country of origin labelling.