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Vasy Petros upcoming exhibition A Perfect Place captures landscapes of the Australian outback
Two buildings owned by Brisbane's Greek community won't be demolished, the Council says, while the plans are underway for the restoration of historic Belvedere House
Moving through protests, strikes and tons of graffiti, she finds the embattled capital still shows glimmers of hope.
The Socceroo has only made six starts for Celtic
Internet based sister classes connect Greek classrooms to Australian ones in a way to collaboratively learn the language
Neos Kosmos writer Dora Kitinas-Gogos is in Greece, and gives us her perspective of what's going on in our mother country
A musical passage from the Mediterranean to Mesopotamia
A Greek Australian part of the trucking company at the centre of the alleged fraud, Viking Group, was involved in the 'severe bashing'.
Despite one of the highest unemployment rates in Europe, Greeks won't consider labour jobs primarily staffed by migrants
Cafe owners embrace goodwill scheme for the less fortunate
University Entrance Exams begin today after Greek teachers call off strike
Bank of Sydney customers and guests gathered last week to launch their new Marrickville branch.
The party had consistently spent 30 per cent more than it earned over its time in power
Greek shipowners have chosen Chinese shipyards for the construction of at least 60 percent of the new vessels ordered in the last few years.
A contentious anti-racism bill appeared to be causing an ever-widening rift within the fragile coalition government.
Vevi and Corinth targeted in attempt to locate troops buried anonymously
Whatever the outcome, the AFL has only one chance to get it right with no room for sentiment.
A lecture on Ancient Greek jewellery 'Mycenaean to Hellenistic' will be on this Wednesday at the Greek Community Centre in South Brisbane