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- The Hellenic Club brings the Greek Presidential Guard to Sydney
- WikiLeaks – in the face of betrayals they remain heroic, guarding a Thermopylae
- Hellenic community marches with the Anzacs who fought in Greece and Crete
- Nick Polites recalls his journey
- Darebin Homemade Food & Wine Festival returns
- Tasmania: the treasure island
- Eat like the Greeks
- Cruise ship with 200 Chinese passengers marks a first for Greek tourism
- The Greek National Guard touched by their Australian welcome
- The death of the 457 visa (FAQ)
- Greek Orthodox Bishop calls on Erdogan to denounce Islam and be baptised
- A Greek fish & chippery tops Herald Sun's crème de la crème
- Athens' little treasure adorning the heart of Plaka
- The world's most impressive building will be Greek
- Travelling to Greece? New Corinth-Patra highway finally open
- The nine Evzones in Australia next week
- The 19 best Greek islands according to international travel experts
- ISIS gunmen open fire at the St. Catherine monastery in Egypt
- 18 Greek establishments amongst the best restaurants in Australia
- Dimitrious Gargasoulas says he is 'the saviour'
Could mass migration be a potential catalyst to forging a common European identity?
Fotis Kapetopoulos and his Easter paradox.
Forget the hype, because the young Frenchman is already burning through it.
Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade Philip Dalidakis says the company's move will create more jobs for Australia's tech sector.
Thousands of faithful congregate at churches around the world on Saturday night to celebrate the resurrection, and with it, love and hope.
As Spinalonga enters the final stage of its nomination as a UNESCO World Heritage site, cast and crew of the iconic Greek show The Island share their memories.
The alleged Bourke street murderer pleaded not guilty and told the court "the Muslim faith is the correct faith according to the whole world".
Ellen Koutsodimitropoulos and her family have once again set out to raise much needed funds for the Good Friday appeal.
The establishment is turning out to be the cosmopolitan venue anticipated, becoming a pin on the map that is attracting thousands.
Direct from Athens, the dramatic play inspired by Maria Callas, Melina Mercouri, and Medea, travels to Adelaide and Sydney this month.
For those who feel left out...
Six and a half thousand Australians went on to serve on Crete as part of the nearly 40,000 Allied defence forces – including 10,000 Greek soldiers in May 1941.
Jews of Greece exhibition: An effort to educate younger generations and bring the fascinating stories of the Greek Jewish Holocaust survivors to light.
A pioneer of Australian Greek welfare services, staunch advocate for wider migrant services, and legendary jazz musician, Nick Polites tells his life story in his own words.
Practitioners come highly qualified with services on offer at a competitive rate.
Writer Alexandros Massavetas and artist Olga Alexopoulou react to the referendum result that threatens to steer the country to a regressive autocracy.
25-year-old Evzonas Konstantinos Lousias speaks to Neos Kosmos.
How running naked through a wheatfield inspired the makeup mogul's latest collaboration.