Atheists denied by government
Atheists attack Brumby government of ‘ideological bigotry’
AFL kicks goals for multicultural Australia
Nick Hatzoglou about the AFL’s Multicultural Program and its work in extending aussie rules to culturally diverse communities.
$2 million for cancer clinical trials
John Michailidis leads a company who have been funded to run clinical trials on new cancer treatments over the next two years.
Jordan grinds his Axis
Jordan Raskopoulos, of Axis of Awesome talks (a little only) to NKEE about the new Axis show Infinity of Rock.
Andronas takes major architectural prize
Arthur Andronas has won the prestigious Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage for the his work on conserving St. Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne.
Pan Hellenic Games are set to go
Pan Hellenic Games organisers are expecting between 500 – 600 young athletes to register for the Games in November.
The Apprentice’s wizard
Host of The Apprentice and financial whizz-kid Mark Bouris talks about how a kid from Punchbowl in Sydney became a leading light in the heavyweight world of finance.
Actor blessed with talent
Victoria Haralambidou talks about her role in the Anna Kokkinos movie, Blessed, and about having a career in two countries – Greece and Australia.
Lord Byron: A man of his time
FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS takes on the Lord Byron myth and points to the ironies of Byron’s mythical status in the Hellenic imagination.
Why Aussie bureacracy rocks!
The discovery that his passport had been misplaced allowed Fotis to discover the pleasures of a dealing with Australia’s bureaucracy.