PM, president express hope for new year

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said that 2010 will be a “watershed” for Greece in his New Year’s address and expressed confidence that his government can revive the country


Samaras sets out political themes for 2010

Newly elected New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras has said that his party will inspire with its proposals whilst outlining his general themes for 2010 in his first address for th


Graduates happy to seek fortune abroad

Greek graduates are more likely to go overseas for work and to work longer hours when compared to most of their European peers, according to a survey.


EU to consider Growth and Stability Plan

Greece will submit its Growth and Stability Plan to the European Union this week.


Citizens helped catch four-wheel-drive shooter

Police thank Athenian citizens for assisting in stopping Jeep shooter.


Kozonis pledge for debts and new ground

In his first interview to the Greek media since his interest in buying out AEK was announced, Bob Kozonis reveals his plans for the club.


Obama, the Rule of Law and the State Department

Gener Rossides outlines how the State Department’s positions on Turkey have worked to the disadvantage of Greece and Cyprus.


Random Jeep shooter caught in road block

A taxi driver suspected of having randomly shooting five people over the last week while driving his jeep was arrested on Monday.


Archbishop Demetrios calls for US assistance for Ecumenical Patriarch

The head of the Orthodox Church in North America has called on the Obama administration to help in ensuring that the rights of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Istanbul to continue o


Melbourne and Sydney shape-up for a massive New Year’s Eve

Your guide to celebrations in Melbourne and Sydney this New Year’s Eve. It’s going to be big!