News – 16 Nov, 2010
Greece’s ruling PASOK party won the majority of regional run-off elections on Sunday but turnout was a record low across the country.
The Acropolis Museum in Athens has won a prestigious global award as the Best Worldwide Tourism Project for 2010.
Four people were arrested and about 48 kilos of cocaine were seized by authorities in the western port city of Patras and in Athens in a cocaine bust last week.
Greek Orthodox monasteries in the Unuted STates have become embroiled in scandal.
A new section of the Corinth-Tripoli national highway in the Peloponnese opened last week.
The failure of Greek universities to feature on a list of the world’s top 200 universities, compiled by The Times, was greeted with little surprise by academics at several institut
Features – 16 Nov, 2010
Victoria Kyriakopoulos talks to Arthur Sinodinos, the man many attribute with John Howard’s political success
Vivienne Morris’ book, investigating the experiences of first and second generation Greek Australians, was launched on the weekend
CEO and Chairman of Dow Chemical Company, Dr Andrew Liveris, returns to his home town to discuss the future
Sport – 15 Nov, 2010
Panathinaikos, Olympiakos, Aris, PAOK and Panionios won in the weekend round of basketball matches in Greece.