Will the ABC meet the fate of ERT?

There are coincidences and then there is this. My social media timeline had barely recovered from the flood of posts commemorating the five-year anniversary of the abrupt closure of the …

Peter Kalos on ‘The Lonesome West’ and the not-so-lucky South

The actor and director talks about his newest theatrical endeavour, Hollywood, teaching, and the struggles his students are faced with in Australia
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Έλα @ Amarillo has now become a thing!

Young chef Ella Mittas is set to conquer Melbourne’s food scene one Greek event at a time. After the recent success of Ela at Amarillo, Ella Mittas is now hosting …

The delights of the Ionian islands

If you are in Sydney this week, Alpha's popular Regional Dinner Series should be on your to-do list
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Exchanging money at the airport could see travellers lose up to 20 per cent of their money

According to a recent study by online currency conversion website ‘The Currency Shop’ commissioned by the Herald Sun, the majority of Australian travellers opt to exchange currency at the airport …


Wines of Greece touring Australia #drinkgreekwine

Greek master of wine, Yiannis Karakasis, is back, marking the Wines of Greece’s fourth visit to Australia. By popular demand, the roadshow is now an annual event, gaining more exposure …


Your guide to Sunday’s Turkish elections, and what they mean for Greece

Since March 2014, Turkish voters have gone to the ballot box five times; two parliamentary elections, one local election, one presidential election and one constitutional referendum. Tomorrow, Turkey is heading …


Oakleigh left cold by the uneventful game between Australia and Denmark

The most vivid, remarkable reactions of the people watching the soccer game between Australia and Denmark last night in Oakleigh are not easy to put on paper. Not only because …


PAOK to face Swiss challenge in Champions League qualifiers

PAOK Thessaloniki will meet Swiss powerhouse FC Basel 1983 in the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round over two legs in late July and early August. At stake is a place …


Angelo Frangopoulos AM: From cub reporter to managing editor of Sky News

Walking through the Sydney headquarters of Sky News on a weekday afternoon it’s not surprising that the offices of the 24-hour news channel are buzzing with activity. To get to …


Van Marwijk ‘disappointed’ with Socceroos’ draw with Denmark

The Socceroos’ hopes of progressing out of the group stage remain alive following the 1-1 draw with Denmark in Samara on Thursday evening. However Australia is no longer the master …


Heidelberg United remains on track to win back to back Dockerty Cup trophies

Heidelberg United remains on track to win back to back Dockerty Cup trophies after defeating Avondale FC 3-2 on Wednesday night in a torrid play-off match at Olympic Village to …


Call for referendum over Greece-FYROM name agreement

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) counterpart Zoran Zaev have made history, with the leaders coming to an agreement over a mutually acceptable name …


SBS gets to broadcast more World Cup games as Optus troubles continue

Optus has allowed SBS to continue to broadcast World Cup soccer matches as the telco grapples with the technical issues that have plagued its streaming of games to its paying …