Young Greek of the Week
Tiffany Papaemanouil, who loves dolmades and feels that machine is the one word that best describes her, is our Young Greek of the Week.
Educational seminar for Greek teachers
The Victorian School of Languages (VSL) is organising a seminar on December 10 which will see the presentation of the book Text Types in Greek, the practical manual to prepare stud
Old school Greek artisan
Kon Rekaris shares his experience of running Rekaris Shoes, one of Melbourne’s leading makers of handmade shoes.
Greece commits to 65 percent cut in CO2 emissions by 2050
Greece has committed to slash its carbon dioxide emissions 65 percent by 2050 and to putting in place a long-term energy policy.
One in 10 Greek teens hooked on the Net
The results of a new study into use of the Internet by teenagers in Greece suggests that one in 10 are hooked on the net.
UNSG: considerable progress in Cyprus talks
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed that considerable progress has been achieved in the Cyprus UN peace talks in his report to the Security Council.
Man holds school hostages for second time
A man who forced his way into a German school in Greece with explosives and took three people hostage – three years after a similar attack on the same school.
Riots grip Athens on one year anniversary of death
The anniversary of a fatal police shooting triggered a new riot in Greece’s capital, with protesters occupying a university building and throwing rocks and burning garbage at polic
Greece happy with EU response
Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou expressed satisfaction over the understanding shown by European Union leaders towards Athens’ efforts at greater fiscal consolidation
Samaras elected leader of New Democracy
Antonis Samaras took over last week as the leader of New Democracy from Costas Karamanlis after scoring a clear victory in the election two Sundays ago.