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Samaras PM as coalition comes together

Antonis Samaras has been sworn in as prime minister of Greece.

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Diaspora up in arms over new Greek tax law

Consul general: “For now, you do not send any documents, until further notice”

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Fine Food delivers for Hellenic producers

Greek and Cypriot exporters get their teeth into the Australian market.

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Greek coalition wins budget vote comfortably, waits for loan tranche

Greece’s government sailed through a vote on the 2013 national budget, with almost all the coalition MPs backing the economic plan after two days of debate.

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Real estate agents say property prices are staying steady despite estimates for 30 per cent slash

COVID-19 has placed immense pressure on the economy of the nation and the personal finances of most people. Projections on the future have been gloomy and yet people have been …

Sport

Home alone? How to stay fit and healthy during coronavirus self-isolation

While self-isolation measures are necessary, our bodies and minds still need exercise to function well, prevent weight gain and keep the spirits up during these challenging times. Exercise can help …

Life

Ten heroes of the Greek Revolution

1. Theodoros Kolokotronis The general and leader of the Greek War of Independence has gone down in history for his great success in the defeat of the Ottoman army under …

Life

Memories of Armenia, a Greek Armenian photographer shows fortune sealed by history

The last developments in the Middle East recalled the memories from 2015 when the Armenians were marking the 1915 Genocide and I was doing my documentary photography project on the …

Dialogue

Turkey wipes out the Christian culture of Occupied Cyprus

“Turkey has been committing two major international crimes against Cyprus. It has invaded and divided a small, weak but modern and independent European state… Turkey has also changed the demographic …

Life

A piece of Greece in Melbourne’s old Greek stomping ground

Meat the Greek is part of a Hellenic resurgence taking place in Melbourne’s west, offering locals traditional souvlaki carved straight off the rotisserie.