News – 30 Mar, 2009
A survey reveals that Greeks feel that the level of crime has worsened in the last 12 momnth
Fragments of wall paintings stolen from a church in Italy were returned by Greek authorities.
Members of the Greek Government deny media reports that the Greek Prime Minister has an exit strategy.
The Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Robert Doyle, reveals the details and the timelines for the enhancement of the Greek Precinct in the Melbourne cbd.
Contracts were signed for the sale of Olympic Airways to the Marfin Investment Group.
A Melbourne doctor is reprimanded for inadvertently causing the death of a 73 year old Greek male.
Theo Theophanous will appear before the Melbourne Magistrate’s Court in July to face charges of alleged rape.
The ikebana flower display by Emily Karanikolopoulos is one of the highlights of the 2009 Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
News – 23 Mar, 2009
The Brumby Government will spend $3.5 million dollars to rejuvenate Melbourne’s Greek precinct.
The Antipodes Festival on Lonsdale Street was overwhelming success with thousands of Melbournians attending the weekend Festival.