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- 'Australian influence all over me' says Varoufakis
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- The Fat Duck's Greek manager
- Greece's lenders skeptical on new bills
- Inflexible wills leaving older Greeks at odds
- PM denies Greece will seek third bailout
- Festival Hellenika launches in South Australia
- Kyrgios out of Australia's Davis Cup clash
- Panathinaikos deducted three points
- Five-year-old thrown out of church by priest
- Pan-Lemnian Organisations gather in Melbourne
- The 'Aussie' who may save Greece
- Vic police need your help to find missing man
- Food and healing in ancient Greece
- Never on Sunday - always on Saturday
- Tsipras has sights set on Australia
- Grandfather puts up unexpected fight
- Bobolas hoarding house up for land value sale in Bondi
- Four in 10 new pensioners aged under 62
The bomb is being guarded by coast guard officers until bomb disposal experts arrive.
Neos Kosmos' Angela Costanzo reviews the Australian Fat Duck dining experience.
Family affair: PAOK's coach, Soulis Markopoulos, was beaten by his son's team Koroivos Amaliadas.
Eurozone finance ministers are scheduled to discuss the final document during a teleconference late Tuesday (AEST).
Catering to the influx of families living in the neighbouring Docklands, Port Melbourne and Southbank areas, the school will be one of the first in the area.
Turkey had withdrawn its notice reserving an extensive area of air space over the Aegean from March 2 to December 31.
Actor Tony Nikolakopoulos will take on the role of Socrates as he gets a retrial by Australia's greatest legal minds.
Sergio Markarian has been appointed the new Greek national team coach and says he has high hopes for the team.
With one day remaining until the NPLV's new season starts, one questions remains. Are the Greek sponsored teams ready?
The family has now repaid a debt of a $180,000 owed to the local Waverley Council.
Western Sydney Wanderers will be full of hope that a revival is on the cards after their ACL win but Sydney FC is standing in their way.
Artist Costas Theoharidis is looking for a new home to house his two-metre-wide artwork.
A simple dip to make while fasting.
Two Australian playwrights show how Greek tragedy, the House of Atreus, is still relevant in 2015.
South Melbourne assistant coach admits the team could have performed better despite getting its first win of the season.
“Despite steps forward... problems persist, including worrying levels of xenophobia and violence," says the Council of Europe's commission against racism and intolerance.
Greece made a formal request for a loan extension Thursday, offering major concessions.
Last minute objections from finance minister Yanis Varoufakis and deputy prime minister Yiannis Dragasakis, led to the process being abandoned.