Georgiou feels “sense of relief” to see end of Howard’s refugee policies
Opposition member Petro Georgiou and long term advocate for refugee rights felt relief not to have to cross the floor and vote for the government’s abolition of Howard government’s
Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia Elections
The Greek Community of South Australia will be holding elections this Saturday
Greek reporter arrested in Iran
Greek reporter for the Washington Post has been arrested in Iran and his parents are calling for his release.
Walk for harmony
George Lekakis, the chairperson of the Victorian Multicultural Commission calls on all communities to follow the Premier on a Walk for Harmony on July 12 at 1pm.
Defence budget to be cut
The Greek Government has committed to cutting defence spending in 2010 as it tries to decrease government spending to cope with the global financial crisis.
Grave robbers caught
Two Greek grave robbers were arrested in Athens.
Bike network for Athens
A bike path network from Kifissia to Faliro is currently being investigated by the Greek government.
Papandreou supports Papoulias as second-term President
PASOK leader George Papandreou has given qualified support to Greek President, Karolos Papoulias, serving a second term.
Dora Bakoyiannis: FYROM needs different approach to settle ‘name dispute’
Greece urges the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to adopt a more conciliatory approach to resolving the ‘name issue’ as the next round of meetings commence in Geneva.
Alexis steadfast as Alekos quits party
Alekos Alavanos has tendered his resignation from the leadership of the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) following his falling out with the 34-year-old party President Alexis