Advertisement

News

News

Delay on generic drugs scheme

A system requiring doctors to write the active ingredient in drugs they prescribe to patients so they can be issued with cheaper generic medicines as part of a drive to reduce publ

News

Children’s Day: Ancient Greek Myths

The 30th Greek Festival of Sydney proudly presents a day for the kids.

News

Garrett announces $1.9m for Archdiocese

The Gillard Government will provide a $1.9 million grant to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia to help complete the second phase of the Bribie Island Youth Campus, Federal

News

ATO targets overseas income

Income from Greece likely to be under the microscope.

News

Greeks beat Cook to NZ

Ancient Greeks settled in New Zealand before Maoris, claims new book

News

Remembering a great Philhellene, Patrick Leigh Fermor

Paddy, remembering a great Philhellene, Patrick Leigh Fermor (1915-2011) a talk by Anastasia Anastasiadis will take place as part of the 30th Greek Festival of Sydney.

News

Pasok making up lost ground

Support for Greece’s co-ruling socialists is ticking up ahead of an election expected in May, though backing for the country’s biggest parties remains low, an opinion poll showed o

News

Election date to be set in Holy Week

The precise date of the general elections will be confirmed in Holy Week, announced the Greek government.

News

Greece puts pressure on Berlin for war damages

Three ministers briefed MPs on what steps Greece is taking to reclaim Second World War damages from Germany, as 38 deputies asked for a committee to be formed to demand reparations

News

Ionian region promoted in Sydney

Greater trade, tourism and cultural connections sought by Ionian delegation.

Advertisement