Dialogue – 14 Dec, 2009
A reflection on Greece in a post-riot environment and its capacity to deal with near economic collapse and entrenched government sector malaise
News – 14 Dec, 2009
New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras has announced who will fill key portfolios in his shadow cabinet.
Police in Nicosia are investigating the theft from a cemetery of the remains of Tassos Papadopoulos, the late president of Cyprus.
Prime Minister George Papandreou last week described the country’s burgeoning debt as a potential threat to “national sovereignty.”
Thousands took part in the three days of protests in Athens and Thessaloniki to mark the one year anniversary of the death of 15-year-old Alexis Grigoropoulos.
Greece’s Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by a bouncer against a lower appeals court ruling indicting him on intentional homicide charges in the death of 20-year-old Australian
The Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne Victoria (GOCMV) elections have been deferred to January 17 as a result of a compromise agreement reached between opposing sides of the GO
Labor aligned Councillors have stirred passions by breaking ranks and being elected to mayoral positions in Moreland and Whittlesea.
An internal La Trobe University staff newsletter has revealed that a Chair in Greek Studies and Director for the new Research Centre for Greek Studies has been appointed and that t
An internal La Trobe University email has announced that the appointment of a new Chair in Greek Studies and Director for the Research Centre for Greek Studies will be announced on