Ombudsman concludes inquiry into Brimbank
An inquiry into the dealings of the Brimbank City Council by the Victorian Ombudsman are coming to a close, according to Jeanette Powell, Shadow Minister for Local Government.
Verdict on kids’ abduction
A Family Court ruling for Greek Australian mother challenges international convention on child abduction.
Greek jobless hit by recession
Three Greeks retrenched in the last three months share their experience of being unemployed.
Young Greek of the Week
Name: Fotis Vergopoulos. Your greatest achieve-ment(s)? My greatest achievement so far is that I fell in love with Greek traditional music. Nowadays believe me, it is an achievement. The songs …
Leaders meetings reject consensus
A meeting between Greek Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis and leaders of the major opposition political parties in Greece failed to develop a politcial consensus on dealing with th
Cautious optimism for talks on Cyprus
Cypriot Foreign Minister, Markos Kyprianou, expressed cautious optimism about the directs talks between Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias and Turkish-Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali
Greece attempts to deal with its diversity
A two day conference in Melbourne considered the issues and approaches to migration and cultural diversity confronting Greece and Australia.
The Greek voice of Adelaide
Chris Despotakis shares his experience of running Radio Ena, the first 24 hour Greek station in Australia.
Extension for social security applications
Centrelink has granted Greek pensioners who receive an Australian pension an extension in the deadline for submitting their applications to assess whether they are eligibile for a
The great escape: Two crims and one chopper
A helicopter and willing accomplices is all it took for Vassilis Paleokostas and Alket Rizai to stage a dramatic escape from the Korydallos prison in western Athens.