Greeks honoured in the Multicultural awards
Forty one Greeks and one Greek community organisation were among the more than 200 Victorians whose outstanding service to diversity in Victorian communities were acknowledged at t
Young Greek of the Week
Michael Poupouzas, who loves his Yiayia’s food and describes himself as ambitious, is our Young Greek of the Week.
Our Greek wedding planner
Nicholas Damilatis shares his experience of running Sovereign, a successful event and wedding planning business.
Papandreou: 2010 to be year of major change
The tabling in Parliament of the Greek budget saw the Greek Prime Minister say that 2010 will see major changes in several sectors of the economy, society and Greek institutions, w
Greece slips down graft scale
The annual Transparency International report on corruption has found that there has been a substantial deterioration in the degree of corruption in Greece.
Damanaki wins post as Greek EU Commissioner
One of Greece’s leading female politicians was named as a European Commissioner last week.
Visitors down, predictions bleak
The number of visitors to Greece is down and the prediction for the number of tourists to Greece over the next 12 months are bleak.
36th anniversary of Polytechnic protests
Greece last week commemorated the 36th anniversary of the Polytechnic uprising of 1974 with a series of events in Athens.
Peaceful rally ends with police sweep
More than 270 demonstrators were detained following the demonstration in Athens to mark the Polytechneio uprising.
Church rails against ‘unfair’ tax hit
The Church of Greece said last week that it is not willing to pay for “other people’s mistakes” in response to a recent government decision to impose a one-off property tax on its