SAE Youth Network global initiative for return of Parthenon Marbles

The Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE) has announced that SAE Youth Network will be undertaking an international campaign to promote the return of the Parthenon Marbles in December.


Minister: Let’s talk labour market reforms

The announcement of a process to bring about labour market reforms in Greece has drawn a strong response from Greek labour unions.


Souflias: home owners to pay to sanction illegally enclosed spaces

Two billion euros will be raised by the proposal to allow property owners to pay a fee to legalise their illegal enclosure of balconies.


Four glittering days of Greek Film in LA

The Los Angeles Greek Film Festival has dazzled with its offering of a veritable smorgasbord of films by Greek film makers.


First week of conference has mixed program of speakers

The first week of the International Conference on Greek Research at Flinders University covered the Hellenic diaspora and Cyprus as part of its public program.


Nine geological wonders of Pindos

Nine geological features of the Pindos Mountains


New tourist ticket for Athens

A new three day public transport pass has been introduced in Athens to encourage tourists to use the public transport system.


Greek bikie denied bail

Peter Zervas has been denied bail following his being charged with riot and affray over a vicious brawl at Sydney Airport in March.


New Board elected for Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia

A new Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia board was elected with the redevelopment of the Olympic Hall site a major priority.


Police appeals for information on Greek’s mystery death on the Peninsula

Victoria Police have made another call for information on the death of Blacky Karpetis at Merricks on Christmas Day last year.