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- Jet rips tourists' boot off its hinges
- Fundraising spurs the young
- Community members honoured by VMC
- Hearts big enough for everyone
- Through Angelos' eyes
- Rise Up Australia launches its Vic election campaign
- Green agenda gains momentum
- Aussie coaching needs a shakeup
- Orthodox icons to be exhibited in Ballarat
- Thessalonian Jews
- From love story to Arabian nightmare
- Tragedy strikes Farlecas family
- Property tax headaches
- Police on the search for Jason Zervoudakis
- Xenophon warns on Iraq
- A piece of sweet history
- Armenia praises Greece for law banning denial of genocide
- Cyprus after the discovery of gas
- Perceptions of Australia in Greece
- 16 years jail for Oakleigh crash killer
Neos Kosmos journalist, Maja Jovic, has been awarded a Multicultural Media Award for a hard-hitting news feature.
Greek American athlete follows in the footsteps of Pheidippides.
The new classes will commence in October.
Psychologist Vicky Manikas says a lack of mental disorder awareness amongst the Greek diaspora is alarming.
A highlight of the exhibition is a group of late fifteenth century icons from Crete, which became a centre of icon painting after the fall of Constantinople in 1453.
MPs are arguing the single property tax is still unfair despite arranged changes to the tax of empty properties.
Industry bodies call on the Victorian government to make mental health a priority in the lead up to the state election.
There were more deaths than births in Greece last year
South Springvale's fairytale has come to an end, after they got knocked out of the FFA Cup. Bentleigh Greens remains the only Greek sponsored team in the quarter finals.
The lecture will look at the social and cultural factors which helped shape the creation of the Homeric epics.
FFA CEO David Gallop says he wants to see more than 10 teams in the A-League, but expansion is still a way off.
Those who still have jobs are paid less for what is often more work, because colleagues have been fired.
Jim and Neda Mangioros have given up their lifestyle and career to help troubled Melbourne youth and needy adults, through their Endless Horizons Kids
Youth and Outreach Centre.
AHEPA's national convention will be held in South Austraila's Barossa Valley.
Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull will not renew licences beyond 2015.
It took just one early goal to seal South Melbourne's fate in the first match of the NPL finals series. Now the Greek sponsored team will host MetroStars SC in the semi finals.
Pantelis Voulgaris' movie submitted for 2015 Academy Awards in the Best Foreign-Language Film category.
The president and managing director of the public broadcaster Antonis Makrydimitris and his deputy Rodolfos Moronis quit