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.
College licenses revoked
The Greek Education Minister has revoked the operating licenses for the thirty three private educational providers who teach overseas University courses in Greece.
Somali pirates hijack Greek mega-tanker
Somali pirates hijacked Greek owned mega-tanker Maran Centaurus on its way to the USA.
‘Free’ satellite TV trio caught
Three people have been arrested for breaking the encryption codes used by the Greek digital satellite pay-TV platform Nova and offering free viewing to people around Greece.
All for the king’s rain
The controversial bust of Leonidas was unveiled in Brunswick over the weekend.
The Pan Hellenic spirit shines at games
More than 700 athletes from Australia and New Zealand took part in the three day Pan Hellenic Games which took place in Melbourne over the weekend.
Pan-Mac AMAC rift exposed
A conflict between two stalwarts of the campaign in support of Macedonia have resulted in AMAC and the Pan Macedonian Association being at loggerheads.
Historian examines the lives of war generation
Professor Joy Damousi and Dean Kalimniou were keynote speakers at the open forum organised by the Australian Macedonian Advisory Committee.