64 medal haul for Greece in Mediterranean Games
The 2009 Mediterranean Games in Pescara saw Greece mount its best performance ever with a 64 medal haul.
Corruption is thriving in Greek public sector
Corruption is rife in the Greek public sector, according to the annual report of the Greek Auditor General released last week.
Illegal immigration “major threat to the equilibrium of democracy”
EU Vice-President Jacques Barrot warned last week that Greece could be threatened by social unrest from the huge flow of illegal migrants arriving on its shores via Turkey.
Karamanlis: OSCE summit a success for diplomacy
The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe meeting on Corfu was a ‘great success for Greek foreign policy’, according to the Greek Prime Minister.
Smokers in Greece react to new bans
The implementation of smoking restrictions in Greece last week has seen strong reactions from smokers in Athens.
Nimetz: ‘flexibility’ required on the FYROM naming issue
UN mediator, Matthew Nimetz, calls for both Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to be ‘flexible’ on the naming issues.
Theophanous committal hearing this week
Theo Theophanous will be appearing in court today for the first day of his committal hearing on rape charges.
Young Greek of the Week
Noddy Angelakos, who loves Yemista and feels that passionate is the one word that best describes him, is our Young Greek of the Week.
Westall wins funding to support Greek bilingualism
A new Science and Language Centre will be constructed at Westall Secondary College following a $1.97 million grant from the Federal Government.
Councillors oppose push to quit jobs
Greek councillors have opposed the State Government proposal that they be prevented from work as electorate officers or as advisers to State or Federal politicians whilst serving a