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The Australia-Greece solidarity campaign welcomes the resounding decision of the Greek people to say No to further austerity. We publicly thank the ACTU and...

The Australian Associated Press spoke with senior academic Professor Bruce Wilson, director of the European Union Centre at RMIT University in Melbourne, who believes...

Officials in Australia hope that the number of students that study classical Greek as a subject in school will increase once the language is offered...

In a recent article the newspaper The Australian published by Rupert Murdoch is calling for the reinstatement of Greek-Australian politician Arthur Sinodinos, in the...

Greek-Australian Federal Assistant Treasurer, Arthur Sinodinos, finally resigned from office amid rumors of an imminent government reshuffle. Sinodinos announced his decision to the country’s...

In some countries, such as Greece, the deep recession lead to unemployment, while in others there is not enough manpower to staff businesses. Australia belongs to...

This is the first time in the history of Australian politics that the government formed by the new Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, may include...

From January 2013, new measures are going to be imposed on pensioners and those who receive social allowances, who travel abroad. The Australian Government is...