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Writer Christos Tsiolkas, along with a number of publishers, poets and writers will headline the West Writers Our Stories forum
The annual dinner dance saw young and old Maniates dance the night away.
Neos Kosmos looks at the people behind the horses and speaks to the Gelagotis family, who have been in the horse training business for more than 20 years
Olympiakos left reeling after Mario Mandžukić's hat trick destroys any chance of the Reds changing their fate.
New campaign launched to help produce culturally sensitive therapeutic resources for children experiencing family violence.
The writer of the best seller The Island, Victoria Hislop says she can't find inspiration in England and admits Greece is her muse
Dr John Voukelatos explains some issues surrounding how ancient artefacts are dealt with by museums.
Only 277 students enrolled this year to study Modern Greek.
Voyage from Kythira to Crete on an reconstructed ancient boat shows the old ways are still the best.
According to a document submitted in court, Golden Dawn members often operated in groups with different names such as Phalanx, Golden Eagles and Attack Squad
The reintroduction of post-game ground access for fans will only apply to the MCG.
Per capita, Melbourne has one of the biggest Greek Orthodox Church ratios and it's steadily growing.
John Paraskevopoulos rubbed shoulders with Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin and Angela Merkel as the G20 official greeter.
Samos conference discusses ways the Aegean archipelago can solve its trash problem.
As their last film of the year, the Brisbane Film Society will be screening the Nikos Koundouros 1956 classic The Ogre of Athens (Ο Δράκος).
Remembrance Day commemorations were soured when FYROM was announced as 'Macedonia'.
Another 5,500 employees are facing the chop.
Aegean will now fly to Paphos in Cyprus, Riyadh in Saudi Arabia and Naples in Italy and increase flights to Naxos, Milos and Paros