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- Dan Coats' stance upsets Greek Americans
- Eggplant rolls
- ECB’s Stournaras says Greek euro exit no option as reform sought
- Lemnos Gallipoli photo exhibition a success
- Alexandra Kamitsis facing 148 new fraud-related charges
- Nightmare on Greek ferry
- Greece fails in bid for early cash release
- Greek defense minister heads to USA after controversy
- Kimisis contemporary Greek opera
- Bank deposits lost another 7.6 billion euros last month
- 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
- Germany's debt to Greece
- The Fat Duck's Greek manager
- 'Brain Drain': The real tragedy for Greece
- Who will stand up for those dead?
South Australia's Chief Justice Chris Kourakis hopes a larger pool of female barristers would lead to more women becoming judges in the future.
NSW Higher School Certificate students honoured for their outstanding achievements in both Modern and Classical Greek.
Germany says Greece should "concentrate on current issues".
The Olyroos play Hong Kong on March 27, Taiwan on March 29 and Myanmar on March 31.
Festival Hellenika's main event will be held this weekend.
The University of Crete's Professor Michalis Damanakis discusses why e-learning is important for Greek language education and how we can motivate children to learn Greek.
Greek, Serbian, Romanian and other Orthodox clergy came together for a special joint service.
Greece falls to 27, while Cyprus climbs to 85.
Dips get pride of place on a Greek table during the Easter fast.
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.
While saying Greece should show sensitivity with the matter, prime minister Alexis Tsipras believes the government should seek war reparations from Germany.
The Hellenic Museum's retrial of Socrates saw both the public and judges find Socrates not guilty of corrupting the youth and impiety.
'Vincenzos Kornaros' run aground off Kassos carrying 282 people.
The US Senator placed a hold on the 30th consecutive passing of a U.S. resolution honoring Greek Independence Day.
Artist Nikolaos Foteinos was inspired by a photograph of the arrival of Australian nurses on Lemnos in August 1915.
MP addresses state parliament in mother tongue.
A 17-day expedition.
Emeritus Prof Ronald Thomas Ridley will give an informative lecture tonight on how Athenian Democracy worked as part of the Greek Community's historical and cultural seminars.