Brilliant idea, poorly executed
The Pan Hellenic Games has attracted a mixed score card from sporting officials who accompanied the sporting teams from across Australia.
Question mark around GOCMV election
A members letter questioning the conduct of the AGM threw the holding of the December 13 election into doubt.
Invest in Greece begins its national tour in Perth
Over 80 people attended the first of a series of Invest in Greece seminars being organised across Australia by the Greek Embassy in Canberra and the Investment Promotion Agency
Jason extends helping hand to people in need
An award winning Ripponlea hairdresser is offering free hairdressing to people in need through the month of December,
Young Greek of the Week
Alli Van Ommen, who loves moussaka and describes herself as stubborn, is our Young Greek of the Week.
Atheists denied by government
Atheists attack Brumby government of ‘ideological bigotry’
Computer logic goes a long way
John Daviskas shares his experience of running Bit Logic, a small but successful computing business in Sydney.
Greek set for key EC post
PASOK MP Maria Damanaki nominated European Union commissioner for maritime affairs and fisheries
Religious icons might go
Greece will have no choice but to remove religious icons from school classrooms and other public buildings if the European Court of Human Rights stands by a ruling it made earlier
Agency to probe police offenses
Greece is setting up an agency to investigate alleged cases of abusive or violent treatment of citizens by police.