Moo-ving on up
The grandson of the Greek migrant who opened Australia’s first ever milk bar is using the same recipe for success for his own Moo Gourmet Burgers.
Mining deal is sealed with Qatar
Prime Minister George Papandreou hailed this week an agreement for investment in Greece’s mining sector from Qatar, following talks with visiting Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-T
The creation of the universe
Professor Michael Tsianikas will present the lecture Timaeus: Plato, Cosmogony and the foundation of the western culture as part of the Odyssey Festival in Adelaide.
PASOK MPs disagree with taxi deregulation plan
The ruling PASOK Parliamentary deputies sent a letter to Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Minister Yiannis Ragoussis expressing their disagreement with the proposed plan for
Australian education institutes set to help Greece
AISI and ITHEA are headed to Greece to inform Greeks wanting to migrate to Australia about what they need to do to study here.
Pangalos: I feel the property tax pain
Deputy Prime Minister Theodoros Pangalos sought to empathise with homeowners facing an unpopular property tax passed by parliament this week as part of austerity measures.
Mood upbeat as troika returns
PM thanks cadres for backing property tax as Germany approves bailout fund.
Refugee relief in the Near East
Return to Anatolia and Yarra Plenty Library will host the photographic exhibition Refugee Relief in the Near East.
Cr Helen Patsikatheodorou joins Mayors’ Advisory Panel
The Victorian Minister for Local Government Jeanette Powell has announced the appointment of five mayors for the interim Local Government Ministerial-Mayors’ Advisory Panel.
Alexiou’s sue NSW government over Hawks News house dilemma
Chris and Deborah Alexiou are suing the NSW Government for compensation because of their legal obligation to reveal the gory details of a death that took place at their Hawks News