Advertisement

News

News

UK gets its first Greek Orthodox school

Britain will be getting its first Greek Orthodox secondary school in September 2013.

News

Ford job losses indicate industry in crisis

Sophie Mirabella slams the government over instability of policy causing a crisis in Australian industry.

News

Western Greece on high alert as fire threatens villages

The western port of Patra was declared to be in a state of emergency as a wildfire stoked by high temperatures and strong winds raged on three fronts.

News

Coalition presents united front

Leaders agree on ‘general direction’ for 11.5 bln euros in savings for 2013-14, no more cuts this year.

News

Smokers pay extra for doc

A medical practice in NSW that charges smokers $10 extra to see a GP have been criticised for discriminating against those that need the care the most.

News

Importing workers for tourism industry jobs

Call to relax immigration laws.

News

Low house prices the new norm

New figures from Commonwealth Bank show the annual average pace of housing appreciation in Australia has been 1.8 per cent since the financial crisis.

News

Sunshine Heights Primary School to hold Olympics Day

If you thought the Olympics lacked a few sports, Sunshine Height Primary school will be showcasing some new events the Olympic committee might like to consider.

News

Greek Australian nutritionist set to change our lifestyle

A Greek Australian health professional has created a new lifestyle program that educates hospital patients of the benefits of a healthy diet to reduce stress and anxiety.

News

Kafenio to get dementia conversation flowing

Alzheimer’s Australia NSW has launched a monthly cafe for dementia patients and their carers to meet in the area of St George, New South Wales.

Advertisement