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- Tragedy strikes Farlecas family
- Gribilas family set up charity to honour daughter
- Stress over brothel phone calls drove Greek Australian to kill wife
- Xylouris' family affair
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- Aussie shooting victim in Greece assessing options for compensation
- Amphipolis tomb does not contain Alexander the Great remains
- Wake-up call for early birds
Rabbitohs chairman Nicholas Pappas, with a whole community behind him, could finally see a long project pay off with the ultimate success.
Three Greek officials will head to Washington for talks with International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde.
Leftist party, SYRIZA is now 7.5 percentage points ahead of New Democracy according to a new poll
Central Coast Mariners coach Phil Moss has publicly apologised for his comments that implied his old club racially vilified him.
Even Sydney was relatively subdued in September, with dwelling price growth of 0.8 per cent.
In an exclusive interview with Neos Kosmos, head of the excavations at Amphipolis, Katerina Peristeri, says that by Christmas they may know who is buried there.
Australian cycling great Cadel Evans will quit cycling in early 2015.
The Greek Australian Short Film Festival will this year feature a session of international shorts from all around the Greek diaspora.
Alexandra Stratou shares this refreshing recipe.
A 19-year-old Australian tourist caught in the cross fire between fugitive terrorist Nikos Maziotis and police is suing the Greek state for injuries sustained
Entrepreneurs close to the government were gathering money to bribe MPs into backing the coalition’s candidate for crucial presidential elections early next year.
Tributes flow as the community remembers former prime minster Gough Whitlam, who passed away today aged 98.
37-year-old midfielder Giorgos Karagounis would work alongside new national coach Claudio Ranieri.
With the 21st Delphi Bank Greek Film Festival taking off this week, Neos Kosmos looks at this year's repertoire and the movies not to be missed
The Victorian produced film on elder abuse will be screened on Wednesday in an effort to raise even more awareness.
Leon Petrinos nominated for best Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his "Watchful Cheetah" photo.
As Frocktober takes off, Greek community members unite to raise awareness for ovarian cancer research.
Con's Peddlers - all all Greek team - will be taking part in the event for third year in a row.