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- Hawke labels Coalition's parental leave plan 'poor policy'
- Kewell dumped by Al Gharafa
- Eurovision 2013: The kitsch and the high notes
- AEK set for liquidation and third tier
- Ancient Greek should be funded by community
- Greeks abroad may help Greece and Cyprus recovery
- Raptis disputes $21m tax debt
- Thanasi you're a scholar!
- Director Oliver Stone wishes Tsipras 'good luck'
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The Socceroo has only made six starts for Celtic
Students from prep to year 10 are asked to get creative and enter the Pascha 2013 Competition organised by the Greek Orthodox Parish and Community schools in Vic
This soup is a must for the Easter table
From its humble beginnings, telecommunications company Star21 is growing nationally and services big names like Crown Casino and Metricon Homes
Marcos Rojas will join the German team and leave behind his team of two years, Melbourne Victory
With one of the largest Kytherian populations living in Sydney, the small Greek island has seen a steady flow of Australian tourists visiting its shores
The Eurovision Song Competition still remains the most watched non-sporting event of the year. Greece's entry is unique, but will it win?
Coach Graham Arnold still has high hopes for a win next week
Whatever the outcome, the AFL has only one chance to get it right with no room for sentiment.
Director Oliver Stone wished SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras 'good luck' in leading Greece.
The 2013-14 program provides 128,550 places for skilled migrants; 60,885 places for family migration and 565 places for special cases
Is Greek Easter the only time young Greek Australians make it to church? Neos Kosmos investigates what draws young parishioners.
The schemes allowing the owners of properties that breached building regulations to protect their homes from demolition are illegal says the Council of State
Senator claims Labor's asylum seeker policy is the reason for the government turning a blind eye to the Malaysian election result
Final evacuation site of the Anzacs marked for posterity
Central Coast Mariners suffered a 3-0 loss to Kashiwa Reysol in the Asian Champions League but still progress to round 16
Ex-servicemen in the Greek community honour fallen soldiers in many significant battles
A conversation with three succesful women in finance and banking will give advice on how to succeed in business