News – 21 Dec, 2009
George Papandreou appealed for national unity to tackle the financial crisis sparked by the country’s crushing debt, as parliament began debating the 2010 budget.
News – 15 Dec, 2009
Aspiring young journalist Danae Andreopoulos, who loves baklava and describes herself as friendly, is our Young Greek of the Week.
Peter Kokotis shares his experience of being a football player agent.
News – 14 Dec, 2009
New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras has announced who will fill key portfolios in his shadow cabinet.
Police in Nicosia are investigating the theft from a cemetery of the remains of Tassos Papadopoulos, the late president of Cyprus.
Prime Minister George Papandreou last week described the country’s burgeoning debt as a potential threat to “national sovereignty.”
Thousands took part in the three days of protests in Athens and Thessaloniki to mark the one year anniversary of the death of 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos.
Greece’s Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by a bouncer against a lower appeals court ruling indicting him on intentional homicide charges in the death of 20-year-old Australian
The Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne Victoria (GOCMV) elections have been deferred to January 17 as a result of a compromise agreement reached between opposing sides of the GO
Labor aligned Councillors have stirred passions by breaking ranks and being elected to mayoral positions in Moreland and Whittlesea.