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- Istanbul shaken by airport attack
- Your very own Garden of Eden in Templestowe
- Greek Cafés and Milk Bars of Australia
- My father, Alfredo Kouris
- Greek language programs for preschoolers on the way and no merger of SBS with ABC
- Anarchy in the EU
- Tyler Dorsey goes blue
- Young Greek Australian heads for Hollywood
- Yia mas
- Labor commits $28.3 million to multiculturalism
- 'A disgraceful write-up'
- Drink spiking warning for travellers to Greece
- How a stupid minority colludes with the stupid minority in the media to malign a community
- A mother's crusade against ice
- Michael Nicolaou places fourth in the world in Mathletics
- Soccer hooligans? Hardly
- Nafplion: Greece's best kept secret is out
- Greece taught me how to say 'Thank you'
- Australia's policy on FYROM
- Swisse CEO invests in Jimmy Grants
In the wake of the Orlando shootings, there is one thing we need the most: humanity and acceptance.
An official complaint has been filed at UEFA.
Election 2016: Opposition Leader Bill Shorten responds to NK readers' concerns.
Savvas Grigoropoulos remembers.
The Greek and Gay Support Network's establishment 21 years ago taught us that it takes a lot of courage and nerve to stand against homophobia.
The program aims to train 60 police officers as specialists by October.
State Leagues reach halfway mark.
Triple-threat talent George Missailidis to attend the first Dance Immersive in L.A.
There has been more excitement, upsets, and drama, even before the knockout stage begins.
The crystal clear waters of the Pagasetic Gulf on one side and the Aegean's endless blue on the other will leave you mesmerised.
Thousands attend the Greek capital's first major fine drinking event.
The match has been scheduled to take place in July, the same month Victory take on Italian Series A champions Juventus.
The Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria demands.
Victorian educators to replace Greek taught at schools with Chinese and French.
Donning cocktail wear, the support network will host its first Greek dinner dance.
Europe and the UK move to uncharted territory, as the country decided to Leave the European Union in a historic referendum vote
Major companies announce an avalanche of redundancies across Europe, as lay-offs on the continent hit a seven-year high.
Historian Jim Claven reflects on his travels to Trachila.