Greeks order ships despite downturn
Greek shipowners charted a course against the current of the international crisis, ordering a relatively high number of new and used vessels last year and despite the considerab
Christofias: Cautious about progress of talks
Cyprus President Demetris Christofias has said he is very cautious to speak about convergences during the first phase of the intensive talks, in the framework of the ongoing dir
Brussels attacks Greece over false data
The European Union’s statistics arm accuses Greece of deliberately misreporting a range of financial and economic data.
Greek PM: Support for quake-devastated Haiti
Earthquake ravaged Haiti, the first nation to recognise 1821 Greek Independence, will be supported by Greece.
Students to amass at Federation Square for tertiary offers
The anxious wait ends tonight for VCE students with the release of the first round University offers.
GOCMV elections proceed smoothly
The GOCMV elections on Sunday saw a strong turnout with more than 2 000 members from across Melbourne turning out to vote.
Greek student sues State Government
The treatment of Christos Wade by schools in Mildura has seen his mother taking the Education Department to court.
Greek day schools hike up fees
The tuition fees for the Greek day schools in Victoria have gone by up by between 6-8.5 percent in 2010.
GOCMV election saga continue
The GOCMV election process is reaching fever pitch as the impenidng elections approach.
Papandreou pushes ahead with major local government reforms
The proposed overhaul of local government in Greece has attracted criticism from the opposition parties as well as from within the ranks of the governing party.